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84 Watkins Drive

Canterbury Area
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182sqm
600sqm
84 Watkins Drive Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Harcourts Grenadier Halswell
Motivated Move, Motivated Sale
Eager to settle into their newly purchased home, the vendors of this modern and exceptionally practical home are highly motivated to sell, presenting lock-and-leave ease only minutes from central Rangiora. Please Ignore all previous marketing. We are selling! **Download Property Files including LIM Report and Building Report from www.agentsend.com/84Watkins Settled within a modern community upon a 600m2 section, this home is classically formed but embraces the countless comforts of its 2017 construction. A contemporary palette decorates the 182m2 interior, creating universally appealing spaces complemented by the year-round comfort offered by a heat pump. Upon entry, you're welcomed by the open-plan living and dining room, which centres its attention around a modern kitchen with an island set atop tiled floors. Two sets of sliding doors unveil a spacious wraparound deck and low-maintenance grounds, providing ample room for outdoor entertaining and family enjoyment. Three bedrooms are thoughtfully assisted by two tiled bathrooms, with the master bedroom elevated by an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe. The internal access double garage incorporates the laundry, while outside, a garden shed puts the practical finishing touch on the property. Enjoy the convenience of being a three-minute drive from Rangiora's heart and just a 10-minute journey to both Kaiapoi and Pegasus while having easy access to the area's beaches within a comfortable 30-minute drive of Christchurch's inner city. The vendors' circumstance necessitates a sale on or before auction day. *Please be aware that this information may have been sourced from third parties including REINZ/Property Smarts/Land Information New Zealand/ The relevant local authority/Cera and we have not been able to verify the accuracy of the same.
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