With two bedrooms and an office (or three bedrooms) the Ponsonby offers plenty of flexibility and the option to duplex for investment. The galley kitchen is instantly appealing, while seamless indoor/outdoor flow means alfresco dining is always an option.
From the minimalist interior to the raking ceiling in the spacious living area, the architectural influence is strong in this contemporary, pavilion-style home. Three equal-size bedrooms and a large family bathroom add further appeal.
Great for small sites, the Cashel features plenty of communal space, with an open-plan living area downstairs and a large lounge/flexi space on the upper level. Excellent indoor/outdoor flow is the icing on the cake.
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