18 Olliver Grove, Waikanae Beach

Property Type: House
4 Beds 3 Baths 701 Square metres 2 car spaces 315 Square metres



The ultimate family home on offer in the highly sought after Waikanae Beach area.

Architecturally designed and just moments from the beach sits this rendered block and weatherboard, 4 bedroom and 3 bathroom home in a quiet cul-de-sac.

Split over two levels with a bathroom, kitchen, lounge and 2 bedrooms on the top floor. As well as a private balcony providing views of the sea and hills.

The ground floor is grand and offers a chef's kitchen with 2 ovens including an induction and gas cooktop.

There is also 2 further living spaces, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and multiple large doors to the outdoor entertaining area making this spot hard to beat.

All of this in a modern home offering private family beach living.

Features include:
- Chefs kitchen with 2 ovens and both induction and gas cooktops
- 4 double bedrooms, 3 living areas and 3 bathrooms
- Gas fireplace and heat pump
- Underfloor heating (in all 3 bathrooms)
- Family-friendly layout
- Double internal access garage
- Concrete staircase
- Architecturally designed
- Multiple outdoor living areas
- Private with views of the hills and ocean
- Double glazing

Waikanae Beach is always popular, and for good reason. At 18 Olliver Grove, you are just moments from the beach with a beach access path on your street!

For more information please call Karl from Sold On Kapiti Real Estate on 021 025 46031

FLOOR AREA: 315m2 Property Smarts (REINZ)
LAND AREA: 701m2 - Land Information New Zealand (LINZ)


Heating & Cooling

  • Air Conditioning
  • Gas Heating

Outdoor Features

  • Balcony
  • Courtyard
  • Deck
  • Fully Fenced
  • Outdoor Entertainment Area
  • Remote Garage
  • Secure Parking

Indoor Features

  • Alarm System
  • Broadband Internet Available
  • Built-in Wardrobes
  • Dishwasher
  • Rumpus Room
  • Study
  • Workshop


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