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Canterbury Area
Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Bayleys Whalan & Partners Ltd - Rangiora
Motivation is high so the price has fallen..
For Sale $520,000 View by appointment A change in the price will give you ownership of this holiday home with a position that is enviable in an area that is amazing. Seriously on the market and needing to be sold, the owner of this holiday home is ready to hand the keys over to an astute buyer who sees the benefits of owning a place such as this. The east facing deck has stunning sea vistas and views you will never get bored looking at and be excited to indulge in. Along with superb views this home boasts a fantastic floorplan consisting of three double bedrooms (one with ensuite) with open plan living/kitchen area leading directly onto the outdoor entertaining areas. A sheltered west deck gives you room to BBQ and find some peace and quiet. This holiday home is able to be enjoyed all year round with an efficient log burner to enhance the relaxed feel of this place and with further potential for you to put your mark on what is already here. Downstairs the double garage offers potential space for further expansion of this home for a forward-thinking owner. The benefits of getting away from the rat race and allowing yourself time to recharge is well known and the easy travel time from Christchurch (approximately 90 minutes) to this secluded piece of coastal Kiwiana will reward you with that chance. Gore Bay offers so much for those who enjoy the beach, surfing, walking and relaxing. It is a magic spot and well known to those who seek solace in beautiful destinations. The settlement has the benefit of Cheviot township nearby (8km sealed road www.cheviotnz.com) offering all amenities necessary for those enjoying holiday time at the Bay. Secure yourself this address for the future. Family and friends will all be excited by your smart decision making. Call today to view. 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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