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Canterbury Area
Canterbury Area
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Bayleys Whalan & Partners Ltd - Rangiora
Holiday feel with a township address
Price by Negotiation Searching for that special home that can tick lots of the boxes? Then this may be it. Number 15 is on the market for the first time ever and has a charm and personality all of its own. Set on an enviable 2524sqm corner section, this home has a feeling of space and solidity ready to be enjoyed and cherished. Built of the Fraemohs design, this home is full of character and with a sensible layout offers a comfortable and practical feel with uniqueness all of its own. Boasting three double bedrooms and open plan living areas making it so convivial for everyone to spread out in. The quaintest of snugs is the perfect spot to snuggle up and enjoy a book or a relaxing drink on a cool day and up the stairs is a space aligned for an office or hobby area. Outside living is accessible by the sliding doors leading on to the sunny verandah area offering views of the established gardens which have been lovingly created and give a parklike, peaceful feel to this home. Spacious lawns offer fantastic room for the children to play or pets to roam. Those with green fingers can work till their hearts content in the raised vegetable beds with garden sheds for storage. If you are contemplating working from home or possible BnB option, this address has a fantastic double garage with a separate room ideal for visitors/rumpus room or work area. Privacy and space are evident at this property but the convenience of all the township amenities is just a short stroll out the front gate with supermarket, cafes, library, shops, school and so much more close by. Cheviot is a thriving rural township located in the heart of the stunning Hurunui district and is an easy 80-minute drive north of Christchurch (www.cheviotnz.com). Decisions have been made and this lovely home must be sold - enquire today. Note: Floor areas are sourced from Property Guru - this has not been verified and purchasers should make their own independent enquiries.
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