House for rent in papakura, auckland - 485 nz$



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To see this property, please book in at http://www.harcourtspapakura.viewingtracker.com (please copy and paste this link). please note you must register to view this property or you may not be able to gain access on the viewing day. please note our viewing times are only during our office hours which is monday to friday between 8:30am to 5:00pm. thank you. this tidy home is searching for tenants that would treat it as if it were their own. offering plenty of outdoor space for parking, children and outside pets this home is sure to please. step inside the covered conservatory and be greeted by one living space which could be a formal dining area or small second living space, which flows to the kitchen and open plan dining room to one side, and to the other is the cosy formal living room (note fireplace pictured is excluded from the tenancy). down the hall are the three double bedrooms with wardrobes, a separate laundry with a toilet, separate toilet, bathroom complete with shower over the bath, and a small decking area off the master bedroom. this property is located within close walking distance to local high school and a short stroll from papakura town centre, train station and bus stop. the rent includes lawn maintenance and an outside dog with references maybe considered. added features are a double garage, heat pump, hrv system and an alarm. move in costs: 1st weeks rent: $485.00, letting fee: $557.75, 4 weeks bond: $1940.00, total: $2982.75. please do not enter the property, view from the roadside only. please do not enter the property, view from the roadside only and book a viewing through the link provided above.





Type of deal: For rent
Zip Code:: Nz
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Result 5 Estrellas 1 votes for House for rent in papakura, auckland - 485 nz$

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485.00 NZ$
NZ, Auckland
Papakura,
31 edmund hillary ave


Published: May 19, 2017

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