26 Goodwin Avenue, Oneroa Auckland 1081

Property Details

26 Goodwin Avenue, Oneroa Auckland 1081


Captain's Cottage

House Sold - Oneroa Auckland

An idyllic abode beckoning those with a penchant for coastal living and maritime charm. This immaculate three-bedroom treasure awaits its next captain to steer it into a new era of joy and tranquility.

Nestled amidst lush greenery, this property boasts ample usable land, offering the opportunity to expand with a potential garden studio-an ideal retreat for guests or budding sailors seeking solace. Enveloped by surrounding trees, the cottage becomes a haven for avian visitors, with majestic kowhai trees at the forefront, serenading you with the melodic tunes of Tui birds in full bloom.

Situated a mere 300 meters from the north-facing shores of Little Oneroa Beach, this haven provides easy access to sun-drenched sands and the family-friendly playground, ensuring endless days of seaside bliss. Nearby amenities such as the charming Little O Dairy and the renowned Little O Takeaway offer the perfect spot for a classic fish and chip feast. Wander a little further and you’re treated to all that Oneroa offers including our favourite The Oyster Inn.
Convenience meets comfort with a bus stop conveniently located outside the property, catering to commuters and providing potential rental opportunities for investors. Entertainment decks at the front and rear of the house invite social gatherings and leisurely moments, while recent updates, including the introduction of natural gas for cooking and unlimited hot water, elevate the living experience.

A spacious powered garage and ample off-road parking further enhance the allure of this coastal gem, offering endless possibilities for customization and expansion. “Captain’s Cottage” awaits its next captain-chart your course to coastal serenity and make this maritime haven your own.

Property Features
  • House
  • 3 bed
  • 1 bath
  • 1 Parking Spaces
  • Land is 1,045 m²
  • Floor Area is 101 m²
  • Garage
  • 3 Open Parking Spaces