Sold - 16.05.2018
Jean Baptiste Pompallier, a Frenchman and the first New Zealand Catholic bishop was regarded as both a man of dignity and old world charm. That same charm extended to 44 Pompallier Terrace, an early 1900's Victorian workingman's cottage, positioned in the street named in honour of the Bishop.
One family has loved living here for more than 40 years, but the time has now come for new custodians to make this home. Well positioned on a flat 283m2 (more or less) section and lying almost untouched for decades, this is a unique and incredibly rare opportunity for a redesign, recreation or perhaps even a start from scratch (subject to Council consent).
Enjoy being part of a neighbourhood that has it all, with Ponsonby Intermediate across the street, the local kindy around the corner and popular Ponsonby Primary just a walking school bus' away. With great coffee and so many dining options on nearby Ponsonby Road, Three Lamps and Herne Bay, your biggest challenge will be deciding where to go! No matter which direction, you'll also enjoy the convenience of great motorway access as well as local public bus routes into the CBD and beyond.
One of the last of its kind.
See you at the open homes starting this weekend Saturday and Sunday 1pm-1.30pm or please give us a call to arrange viewing by appointment.
Property ID PON25505
Close To Schools, Close To Shops, Close To Transport
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