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35 Falcon Street

Canterbury Area
35 Falcon Street Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Ray White New Brighton
Your Affordable TC2 Beachside Cottage
Please copy and paste to download files: In a family friendly area close to popular schools, safe parks and convenient public transport routes, this spacious home is presented to the market by vendors who have cherished their time here, but who are now determined to embark on the next chapter in their lives. This warm and inviting home boasts three bedrooms, a tidy kitchen and bathroom with a shower over the bath and an added convenience of a separate laundry. An abundance of glass throughout the house bathes each room in natural light. The separate living area completes the appeal, while sliding doors give easy access outside, perfect for entertaining. Simplicity is the key outside, with the sun-soaked deck and the manicured lawn creating an environment where families of all shapes and sizes can thrive. The sturdy garage is an added bonus, while an abundance of off-street parking checks all the boxes. 35 Falcon Street offers: Tidy kitchen combined with dining area Separate living area which flows out to deck through sliding doors Three bedrooms with built in wardrobes Additional office space Bathroom with combined bath and shower Pellet fire for warmth in the cooler months External access garage with plenty of off street parking Fully fenced with a spacious deck and manicured lawn TC2 Land In zone for Avonside Girls' and Shirley Boys' High The location is another plus, with everything from public transport and the motorway to parks, the Avon River and beach within easy reach. Oh, did we mention zoning for Avonside Girls' High and Shirley Boys' High?! Affordable properties in this incredibly convenient pocket of the city are always in demand, and prospective purchasers are urged to act quickly. Call Team Holly Jones to learn more. Deadline Sale | 14th of October 2020 by 4pm (If not sold prior).
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