Colonial grace in Marton
Step inside and be enchanted by this beautiful illustration of a circa 1880 villa set on a quarter acre section.
Steeped in rich Rangitikei history, the stately home was originally built as a church Manse, later to be the residence of former well respected mayor, and now a renovated family home. Sitting centre stage on an elevated section and offering commanding views, the home is well appointed, discreet from the road and convenient to the heart of Marton.
Set across two distinct levels, the home bestows an inviting and comfortable environment. Multiple living spaces unfold on the entrance level and offer the perfect recipe for family living. The refurbished kitchen offers a french country farmhouse feel, complete with quality chattels, walk-in pantry and connects to the dining room for modern-day hospitality.
The separate lounge is spacious and extends to the outdoors through french doors, enhancing your entertainment options where you can simply enjoy the indoor/outdoor flow to the covered deck, your own private bar room and spa area.
A grand wooden staircase leads to the five bedrooms, providing each member of the family with their own private retreat. All bedrooms are serviced by a family bathroom complete with his and hers vanity, double headed shower, toilet and a deep bath.
The 20th century charismas of high-stud ceilings, native timber flooring, chandeliers, large windows and character detailing provide the charming backdrop to the spacious living areas and generously proportioned accommodation, enriched with modern aesthetic updating, including a soothing neutral palette throughout.
Homes of this era are highly sought-after yet rarely come to the market, presenting a unique opportunity for large families, executives and history makers to enjoy sensational villa living. Your inspection of this prestigious colonial residence is invited, come along to the open home or book your exclusive viewing.