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135 High St

Canterbury Area
135 High St Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Ray White - Oxford
Timeless style - time to sell!
Boasting plenty of potential, this large home holds massive appeal for families, first home buyers and investors alike. And, with the property already vacant, it's ready to be lived in or rented straight away! Originally built in the 1920's, the home has been modernized in recent years, creating a warm and inviting environment for families of all shapes and sizes. The large, country-style kitchen is the hub of the home, with storage and ample bench space. A blend of open-plan and separate living spaces offers plenty of flexibility, with a heat pump, a heat transfer unit, and ceiling insulation promising year-round comfort. Of course, there are also 3 generous bedrooms, 1 large bathroom. And then there's the self-contained flat, for family members, complete with generous living space and full kitchen and bathroom facilities. The 859m2 grounds also play host to a garden shed and wood storage area, with plenty of additional off-street parking space. There is no garaging or carport. Everything you could ever need is within walking distance, including the local supermarket and an assortment of shops and amenities. Currently sitting vacant, this lovingly maintained home is ready and awaiting its new owners. But be warned - homes in this ever-popular pocket of Oxford are always in demand, and interest is sure to be high. Immediate action is advised - You could be in before Christmas. - contact me now for further details. For property information please visit https://www.propertyfiles.co.nz/highst (Copy & Paste) Auction: 9/12/21 From 6pm (Not selling prior) *Source: Please be aware that this information may have been sourced from third parties including Core Logic / Land Information New Zealand / Regional Councils / CERA, owners and other sources, and we have not been able to independently verify the accuracy of the same. Land and Floor area measurements are approximate and boundary lines as indicative only.
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