New Brighton Real Estate

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SOLD

Canterbury Area
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2
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N/Asqm
610sqm
Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Total Realty MREINZ
Love A Spectacular View?
AUCTION: On Site, Wednesday, 26 April 2023 at 2.00pm (Unless sold prior). Nestled in peace and tranquility on the lower slopes of the Cashmere Hills this mid century modern architecturally designed brick home within a cul de sac comes with a view that expands from the city to the snow covered Alps. This unique home has a distinct European influence, the generous chalet styled living areas come with a choice of heating options - underfloor, heat pump and a feature wall open fire that although no longer complies with today's clean air regulations would readily convert to a gas fire or the installation of a clean air burner thus creating a wonderful ambience on cold winter nights. Come summer these spacious living areas open out to a sunny sheltered balcony with adjustable overhead louvres and a view you will never tire of. A large modern kitchen with copious storage adjoins the living area and also opens to a small patio and boxed herb gardens so handy for the dedicated cook/chef. Each of the 2 main bedrooms feature walk-in-robes and access to their own balconies and bathrooms. The 3rd bedroom also gives you the option of a spacious home office. Set within a mature garden the 610sqm section offers a flat aspect (so important on hill sites) off street parking along with an internal access double garage. * In zone for excellent schools * Outdoor playground of the Port Hills on your doorstep * A short drive to the CBD This is a fabulous opportunity for the astute buyer as circumstances dictate this unique home is for definite sale! 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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