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148A Huxley Street

Canterbury Area
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160sqm
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148A Huxley Street Canterbury Area
Auction
Thursday 29th April - 12:00PM
proudly marketed by
Jill Allison
Grenadier Real Estate Ltd (City)
Funky & Freehold - Must Be Sold!
* To download the Information Pack , copy and paste the URL into your web browser-http://www.propertyfiles.co.nz/property/573480001 This funky Freehold townhouse is ready and waiting for its new owner. Set on three levels, there are many different options for living. On the ground floor is a bedroom with an ensuite, as well as a living area. To finish off this area there is a lovely courtyard to drink your morning coffee. Head up to the next level to find two bedrooms and a brand-new bathroom. The large living is open plan with a modern kitchen with brand new oven and rangehood. Going up to the top level you have another bedroom/study and a fantastic outdoor area, under cover. Currently set up with a large couch and a tv on the wall, this is a great 'time out' space for both adults and children, with lovely views. A double garage with good off-street parking finishes off this property perfectly. And being surrounded by wonderful neighbours on either side, makes this a safe and happy place to live. If you are looking for great school zones look no further. Cashmere High School and South Intermediate are in zone, and there is the added bonus of the bus route being on Huxley street, for easy commute anywhere, whether it be to the Colombo Mall, Ara Institute, to the city, or the two morning and after school bus runs. Our instructions are clear. Our vendor is currently building so this must be sold on or before auction day. Call Jill to organise a viewing or check for open home times. Please be aware that this information may have been sourced from REINZ/Property Smarts/Land Information New Zealand/ The relevant local authority/Cera and we have not been able to verify the accuracy of the same.
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