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14 Good Street

Canterbury Area
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571sqm
14 Good Street Canterbury Area
Auction
Wednesday 27th October - 2:00PM
proudly marketed by
Harcourts Rangiora - Four Seasons Realty 2017 Ltd
Location Like No Other
What an opportunity for first time home buyers and investors looking for future potential. Positioned on a corner site so close to Rangiora's town centre, this Art Deco styled home offers quite a unique opportunity for an astute purchaser. Solid concrete cladding with a stucco plaster finish and natural timber features inside, along with high ceilings and aluminium double glazed windows are all highlights. The house is well-sited on the section allowing plenty of space for off-street parking and the property would be enhanced with further landscaping. This is a fantastic entry level opportunity in the most convenient location. Currently tenanted and on a periodic tenancy. Any amount of future investment in this property would be well rewarded in the years to come. Viewing by open home - I look forward to meeting with you then. To download the property information copy & paste the link into your browser: https://harcourts.co.nz/Property/961412/RG9558/14-Good-Street Auction: From 2pm, Wednesday 27th October 2021 @ Harcourts Auction Room, Russley Golf Club, 428 Memorial Avenue, Christchurch (unless sold prior). To view the livestream for this auction, copy and paste the following link into your web browser: www.harcourtsauctions.co.nz Please be aware that this information has been supplied by the vendor and/or sourced from: Property Guru, Property Smarts, Land Information NZ, Local Councils, ECAN, CERA and other organisations. Additionally, the property may or may not comply with the Healthy Homes Standards. Harcourts Four Seasons Realty 2017 Ltd is merely passing over this information as supplied to us. We cannot guarantee its accuracy or reliability and recommend purchasers undertake their own due diligence regarding these items.
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Canterbury