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166 Main St

Canterbury Area
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121sqm
1109sqm
166 Main St Canterbury Area
Auction
Wednesday 4th August - 2:00PM
proudly marketed by
Harcourts Rangiora - Four Seasons Realty 2017 Ltd
Timeless Appeal
As you step through the front gate, this pre-1920's cottage is sure to captivate. Tastefully and extensively refurbished yet holding the charm of its original design, with sensible additions adding even more comfort and warmth. The well-equipped, modernised kitchen will impress the keen cook. Accentuated by open plan living that flows seamlessly out to the generous, covered entertaining area. When living this close to the mountains, warmth is paramount and obtained via wood burner, heat pump, heat transfer, underfloor heating, and good insulation. Fully fenced with the addition of an electric gate, brilliant dog run and free-standing double garage. Private and mature gardens - one that looks this good mid-winter will only exceed expectations every other session. A home offering all the above will be going, going - gone at auction on the 4th of August. Do not hesitate. Call now for more information, an auction booklet and your exclusive appointment to view. Auction - 2pm, Wednesday 4th August 2021 (unless sold prior), Harcourts Sales Room, Russley Golf Club, 428 Memorial Avenue, Christchurch. To view the livestream for this auction, copy and paste the following link into your web browser: https://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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