12 MILITARY ROAD, LOWER HUTT : SECTIONS FOR SALE - ALL SECTIONS NOW SOLD


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The Pathway to Luxury...

In a quiet, secluded street, there is a long tree-lined drive that leads to the opportunity of a lifetime.

Military Road is one of Lower Hutt's most sought after streets and an enviable location for your brand new modern home.

In this exclusive setting, seven sections have been created on the grounds of the old Frederic Wallis House. Each section comprises more than 780m² and offers the space and privacy your family requires.



A quite place in the city...

To build the home of your dreams. Take advantage of this extraordinary opportunity, as homes on military road are rarely available to the market.

Never before and perhaps never again will there be an occasion to build a modern home in such a coveted and private area.

We have gone to extraordinary lengths to maintain the mature trees established here including a 90-year-old Tulip Tree. Enveloped by a peaceful green background, this sunny and spacious area is already home to native birds such as tuis, fantails, wood pigeons and waxeyes.

Your dream awaits...

Live the life you’ve always wanted, surrounded by the modern comforts of a contemporary home while enjoying the convenience of a superior location. Military Road is just minutes to the central business district including Les Mills gym and the new Westfield Queensgate which has Sky City Cinemas and outstanding shopping possibilities.

Plus, you can leave the car at home and enjoy a round of golf at the Hutt Golf Club or a game of tennis at Mitchell Park.

 

 

For more information contact:

City Living Group Ltd

Telephone: 
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Email:

+64 4 570 3310
+64 4 570 3317
graeme@CityLivingNZ.com or
peter@CityLivingNZ.com

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