Cashmere Real Estate

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Canterbury Area
Canterbury Area
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Ray White - Oxford
Nothing to do but Enjoy the View
FIRST VIEWING SAT 15TH OF MAY Comprehensively redecorated and superbly positioned in the heart of Huntsbury, this charming Hebel clad home represents wonderful buying in one of Christchurch's true blue-chip locations. The home is sunny and warm, with an abundance of glass bathing the communal areas in natural light. The modern kitchen comes with a central island with solid Rimu top, Butler's pantry, and open plan dining/living. Double bi-folding doors provide you seamless indoor-outdoor flow to the wraparound deck and multiple entertaining areas. The home boasts 3 generous bedrooms all with robes and two bathrooms including an ensuite off the master. The highlights continue outside with the 1439m2 (Approx) section with a separate dwelling for a spacious office/studio. The large terraced garden offers a range of flat spaces for both relaxation and family fun. Plenty of off-street parking completes the appeal, while the peaceful rural outlook contributes to the eminently restful ambience. The location is superb, with zoning for premium schools such as St Martins and Cashmere High underpinning your investment, and the proximity to both the Huntsbury shops and the bustling St Martins precinct provide unparalleled convenience. Only ten minutes' drive to the central city in one direction, and with easy access to a range of biking and hiking tracks in the playground of the Port Hills in the other. Walkthrough: For all property information, please copy and paste the link below into your web browser: *Source: Please be aware that this information may have been sourced from third parties including Owners, Vendors Lawyer, Core Logic, Land Information New Zealand, Regional Councils, Environment Canterbury, EQC, RPNZ, ARCGIS, REINZ Property Smarts, 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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