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32B Church Street

Canterbury Area
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100sqm
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32B Church Street Canterbury Area
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Tuesday
12pm - 12.30pm
proudly marketed by
Vaunt NZ Limited TA Proppy
A Piece Of Paradise
DEADLINE SALE: July 7th at 4pm (unless sold prior) Exquisitely decorated with some recent renovations, this delightful home will thrill those who take the opportunity to view. With an open plan dining/kitchen/living area, two double bedrooms with ample wardrobes in each, a stunningly presented and spacious main bathroom with shower, luxurious bath and basin, plus both a separate toilet and laundry. • Open plan living/dining/kitchen with a north facing aspect • Two spacious bedrooms, very tastefully decorated • Heat Pump plus HRV system • Fabulous outdoor entertaining area • Single garage plus off-street parking This charmingly presented garden setting with a sizeable north facing deck is accessible from both the living area and main bedroom sliders. Enjoy that peaceful morning coffee, entertain family and friends plus have peace of mind that the children and pets are safe in this secure setting. In such a convenient location you can enjoy many activities such as the Dudley indoor pool, take advantage of the retail shopping precinct, catch up with friends for a coffee or stroll to the Town Hall for a night at the movies after dining in one of the numerous choices for eateries. They are all certainly within walking distance. This wonderful buying opportunity awaits first home buyers, downsizers and those who are retired or investors. If you are looking for a little piece of paradise... then this could well be the one for you. Earliest viewing is most certainly recommended. Disclaimer: Information contained on any marketing material, website or other portal should not be relied upon. You should make your own enquiries and seek your own independent advice with respect to any property advertised or the information about the property.
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