Sydenham Real Estate

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SOLD

Canterbury Area
3
2
N/A
N/Asqm
731sqm
Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Heather Blennerhassett
AJ McPherson & Associates Ltd
Something Spectacularly Special
This could be the home you and yourfamily have been waiting for! Come and have a look at this spectacular and beautiful 3 bedroom home where you will find something very special and unexpected outside as the section is so spacious and you will have plenty of room for all the kids and pets to run around on. You can also leisurely walk to Champagne & Little Oaks Reserves and Broomfield Common with its 8 hectares, Playground and Sports Park and also a BestStart and Swim School close too. The fully fenced 731 m2, TC1 section is zoned for Gilberthorpe, Hornby High, and St Thomas of Canterbury College schools and the home is pristine and palatable for every taste. A double internal access garaging with off-street parking provides security and privacy for family and friends. Live inside out effortlessly through the multiple ranch sliders in the kitchen, living/dining, and the main bedroom flowing out onto green space and paved living areas. The open plan living brings everyone together and has underfloor heating in the modern kitchen and family bathroom and a heat pump that guarantees warmth or cooling if needed throughout. The main bedroom enjoys a walk-through closet into an ensuite with a glassed shower and underfloor heating as well. The second bathroom (both have toilets) has a separate glassed shower and bathtub configuration, so everyone is catered for completing the perfect home. To avoid disappointment bestnot delay and make your Pre-Auction offer today! Auction: From 11am, 08 February 2022 at Ray White City Office, 76 Hereford Street, City Centre, Christchurch (unless sold prior) Want to watch or bid on the auction online? Go to https://bit.ly/3A70Odi If you would like to receive a Property Alert for similar properties, please click on my email below and put 'please add me toProperty Alerts' in the subject line. Thank you.
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