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This stately five-bedroom home is one of Manawatu’s hallmark residences

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Originally built in 1934 as the All Saints Vicarage, this stately homestead has been completely restored and could be your significant family home


  • Address: 20 Homestead Lane, Fitzherbert, Palmerston North
  • Land Size: 3711sqm
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • Parking: 2 Garage

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A significant family home

20 Homestead Lane is one of Manawatu’s hallmark residences. Built in 1934 as the All Saints Vicarage, it was moved to its current park-like setting and completely restored in 2003. This stately five-bedroom home combines sympathetic renovation with up to date alterations perfectly in keeping with its original style. Attention to detail is apparent throughout the house from the imported wallpaper through to the exquisite fabrics and light fittings.

Designed with family living and entertaining in mind, this home now boasts grand formal and informal living areas, with a country farmhouse kitchen and dining area forming the heart of the home. French doors open out onto a sheltered patio with picturesque vistas over the garden- perfectly positioned for alfresco dining or coffee with a friend.

There are four generous sized bedrooms and a fifth single or hobby room. With three bathrooms, and three separate living areas, this home is the ideal choice for family living. An oversized double garage with internal access completes this delightful family home. Gracious and completely liveable, the current owners say that they comfortably live in and use this entire amazing house.

Set on nearly an acre of land, this property is a delight for the gardening enthusiast with established trees, raised vegetable beds and a variety of shrubs and roses. Zoned for PNBHS and PNGHS and within a short commute of the CBD, this special property awaits your inspection.

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