•3 Bed 1Bath
•1 Garage OSP
Tourism is a contender for the top spot as New Zealand's number one export. Rural towns are embracing the change from traditional farming communities to hot spots for national and international visitors and the delightful village of Martinborough is no exception.
At Martinborough's heart is Memorial Square, also known as The Square. Property speculator, Irishman John Martin (1822-1892), created the township with the streets radiating out from The Square to form a Union Jack pattern. The streets were named after places he visited on his world tour. Off the north corner is Kansas St and number 4, the old Postmasters house, has scope to maximise the frontage facing The Square.
The traditional 1940s house has solid bones and could be relocated or renovated to reflect today's lifestyle preferences. The large 1020m2 section is fully fenced and gated and has scope for development.
Because there is currently forward thinking private enterprise and public developments are happening in The Square, realise your plans for this premium site.
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