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SOLD

Canterbury Area
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1
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80sqm
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Canterbury Area
Auction
Wednesday 10th November - 4:00PM
Ray White, Conway Building, Level 1, 188 High Street, Rangiora
proudly marketed by
Ray White Kaiapoi - Morris & Co Real Estate Ltd Licensed (REAA 2008)
Practicality, Privacy & Potential!
Solidly built and superbly positioned, this low-maintenance 1990's home will draw interest from a wide range of prospective purchasers, with first home buyers, downsizers and investors alike being attracted to its practical, popular location and its inherently durable nature. Well-appointed and equally well maintained, the sun-soaked townhouse features three double bedrooms with built-in robes, a bathroom with separate bath & shower, and an open plan kitchen/living/dining area. A heatpump contributes to the warm and inviting ambience, while a ranch slider off the living area promotes easy access outside. Afforded a sense of peace and tranquility by its position on a back section, the property boasts a detached double garage and a low maintenance yard with plenty of scope to enhance and make your own sanctuary. A veritable haven for educational opportunities, with Kaiapoi High School, and Kaiapoi Borough School all within walking distance, the area is assured of consistent popularity and growth. Whilst perfectly comfortable, there is still plenty of potential to enhance this warm and inviting home, increasing its value in the process. Our vendors are determined to sell, and a change of ownership on, if not before, auction day is inevitable. Immediate action is recommended. Seller Supplied: Building Report, LIM and title, please enquire online for your copy. We will be following stringent COVID-19 safe protocols, please note it is a requirement for anyone over the age of 12 to bring and wear their own face covering at any viewings and open homes. Auction: 4pm, Wednesday 10th November 2021 at Ray White, Conway Building, Level 1, 188 High Street, Rangiora (unless sold prior)
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