Papanui Real Estate

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SOLD

Canterbury
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200sqm
872sqm
Canterbury
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<b>PROMISING TOMORROWS...</b>
<b>PROMISING TOMORROWS...</b> Today's reality offers you this unique entry level opportunity to reap the benefits of this decorators dream. The solid bones of this 1970s home have reflected its solidity. The summerhill stone construction has shed its brick veneer and now awaits a full face lift. Our owners price expectations absolutely reflect this. With a full assessment from EQC and engineers report available this is your chance to reap the benefits and be involved with your choice of redecoration including new exterior cladding and aluminium windows. Our owners have reroofed the home including new spouting and have installed a cosy warm diesel heater. On the upper level there are three double bedrooms, toilet, bathroom and a separate shower room. The views from the bedrooms are spectacular. The lower level offers a spacious living area with stunning views over the Pacific Ocean to the Kaikouras and Pegasus Bay. The north facing sheltered position attracts all day sun from the moment it rises from our mighty Pacific Ocean until it sets over the west of the Southern Alps. The 870m² site is located on the mid to upper slopes of Mt Pleasant and offers flat to sloping outdoor living areas while framed by native trees. Gardening will be a joy with the sound of Bellbirds to keep you company. There is easy drive on access to the larger than normal double internal access garage with workshop space. This home has further unlimited potential and scope to add value, these types of properties in this price range simply don't last. Our owners have appreciated this magnificent position however, this property will be SOLD, on or before auction day, so don't delay. FIND IT... KEEP IT. Open Homes: Saturday and Sunday 2:00-2:45pm, Thursday 5.30 to 6.30pm or by appointment.
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