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SOLD

Canterbury Area
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80sqm
582sqm
Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Total Realty MREINZ
Stylishly Renovated Charmer
Auction: Thursday 3rd June 2021 at 6.00pm (Unless sold prior) Auction Location: Total Realty, Unit O, 199 Marshland Road, Shirley, Christchurch Attention all home buyers seeking to purchase a property in this fantastic location. This renovated cottage is just gorgeous! And presents an incredible opportunity to own your own home in this popular area. You will love all that this property has to offer. Open plan living and dining with french doors opening to a sunny deck. The updated kitchen is bathed in natural light and has plenty of storage, the renovated bathroom has a tiled shower and a tiled floor, and the laundry has been thoughtful concealed behind sliding doors. Outdoors you'll find a fabulous outdoor entertaining area that has a sun drenched north facing deck, a covered pergola, built in seating and your very own fire pit for those cooler evenings. The fully fenced section has been nicely landscaped, has well established fruit trees, and a large garden shed for storage. Featuring: • 3 Bedrooms • Open plan living and dining with indoor outdoor flow • Heat pump for all year-round comfort • Updated kitchen with plenty of storage • Fabulous outdoor entertaining area • Updated bathroom with tiled shower and floor • Concealed laundry • Fully fenced section with off-street parking Zoned for Shirley Boys' High and Avonside Girls' High Schools. Within easy reach of QE2 Recreation and Sports Centre, just down the road from the beach, close to shops, parks, and public transport. This property definitely needs to be seen to be appreciated. Phone today for further information. 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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