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Canterbury Area
Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Heather Blennerhassett
AJ McPherson & Associates Ltd
Attention Investors & Developers
A nice mature lady with modern legs, well suited for singles, couples of all ages and small families on this super sunny 506 m2, TC2 section zoned for Addington Te Kura Taumatua, Wharenui, and Hillmorton High schools. Such a convenient location on a No exit street, walking distance to Addington Raceway and Horncastle Arena, multiple bus stops, restaurants, cafes and so close to malls, the hospital and to town. Enjoy having fewer neighbours and a better outlook being on a corner section with the separate garage currently a studio on one side which you could look to reinstate back to a double garage if preferred. Plenty of green space surrounds the home with a mature fan palm, a bountiful passionfruit, multitude of berries, herbs, grapes, figs and apples and veggie gardens in place. Modern where it counts with a pristine tiled kitchen, easy clean stove top, built-in oven, rangehood and a bathroom with a wet floor shower that benefits the young and older alike. Large lounge, open plan dining and two sun-filled full size bedrooms, one with a bay window, separate study nook area and a mud room entrance to keep things tidy. Combine a log burner and a heat pump for warmth and ambiance, unique lighting throughout the home and neutral grey carpet for comfort. Come snap this one up to live in yourself or purchase as a rental or landbank looking to redevelop in the future as opportunities like this are rare at present! This vendor is committed to their next move and adventure, so make your Pre-Auction offer now before someone else beats you to it! Auction: To be held 11am, 23 September 2021 at Ray White City Office, 76 Hereford Street, City Centre, Christchurch (unless sold prior) If you would like to receive a Property Alert for similar properties, please click on my email below and put 'please add me to Property Alerts' in the subject line. Thank you.
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