Prime Position To Do-Up Or Develop
Successfully operated as a thriving and highly-desirable BNB holiday experience, this quintessential Kiwi 1940s weatherboard bach sits equidistant between Mount Main beach and Pilot Bay. Wake up on a Saturday morning check the forecast and then point your feet in the right direction for a swim. Fringing the town centre and level access from Bounty Lane also, this rare piece of Mount history will be an opportunity for developers to transform, investors to land bank or for out-of-towners to recapture their halcyon days in this comfortably casual beach bach. All on one level with open plan living and separate dining room, relaxing on the front deck around the Weber may be your preferred go to for dinner. An updated kitchen comprises plenty of cabinetry and there's a breakfast bar for the troops to gather around. The three double bedrooms are spacious with master having a heat pump and the main bathroom, also modernised with glassed in shower, vanity and a second separate toilet and laundry. In the back yard, legend has it that the quaint little storage studio was a barber shop back in the day and the single garage has room to store surf boards in the rafters. At some stage a water bore was sunk and the workings are above ground to investigate its revival whilst beside this a hot water outdoor shower keeps the sand outside where it belongs. The location is the star of this seaside show. In a Mount minute you'll be clasping a cold beverage at any one of the superb bars and restaurants that proliferate the main street. Past guests have stayed for a fortnight and never used their car keys - the only thing you might be in danger of is wearing out your jandals.