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SOLD

Canterbury Area
3
1
N/A
100sqm
732sqm
Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Total Realty MREINZ
A Winner In Wigram
Auction, Wednesday 17th February 2021, at 6pm, On Site (unless sold prior). Attention all home buyers seeking to purchase a well maintained and beautifully presented property in the South West of Christchurch. The location is simply fantastic and represents an incredible opportunity to own your own home in a neighbourhood that is rapidly growing in popularity. You will love all that this property has to offer. It boasts a separate living room with double doors opening to a sunny deck and front garden. The kitchen has been tastefully updated and has the appliances you would expect to find in any modern home. There are three double bedrooms, double glazing, a log burner and heat pump, and the bathroom has been updated. Outdoors you'll find an abundance of space for outdoor entertaining, your very own vegetable patch, a shed, a green house, single car garaging, plus plenty of options for off street parking! Featuring: • 3 Double bedrooms • Separate living room • Combined kitchen and dining • Heat pump, log burner and double glazing • Updated bathroom and separate toilet • Separate laundry • Newly installed Colorsteel gutter and down-pipes • Single car garaging and off street parking • Fully fenced section 732m2 (approx) • TC1 Land • LIM and Building Report available Close to the Hub Hornby and Wigrams 'The Landing' which has a selection of shops, restaurants, supermarket and a brand new cinema nearing completion. Schools, shops, amenities, parks and public transport are all within easy reach. There is no time to waste, properties like this are in hot demand and viewing is a must! Contact me today. Please be aware that this information has been sourced from third parties including Property-Guru, RPNZ, regional councils, and other sources and we have not been able to independently verify the accuracy of the same. Land and Floor area measurements are approximate and boundary lines as indicative only.
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