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946 Colombo Street

Canterbury Area
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176sqm
275sqm
946 Colombo Street Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Total Realty MREINZ
Absolutely Lovely
This stunning contemporary townhouse is now awaiting a new owner. Built to all the latest codes and well thought out in design, will give any discerning buyer peace of mind. Spacious and highly spec'd two-story townhouse consisting of three generous double bedrooms, all with designer built in wardrobes, plus study or separate sitting area. The exquisite bathrooms have tiled showers and under tile heating offering luxury and appeal. There is also the benefit of a third, separate toilet downstairs. The well-appointed kitchen is fantastic for those who love to entertain and offers Bosch appliances, induction cooktop, soft closing drawers and ample counter space. From the kitchen area is an easy flow to generous dining and living areas. Outside is also of high standard with sheltered courtyard, well gated and keyless entry. A double, internal access garage completes the picture. A great advantage is that this stunning home is stand-alone and sits on a freehold, slightly elevated title. Location speaks volumes and being just a short stroll to our every changing city, high array of restaurants, Hagley Park and Edgeware village and handy to the very sought after Christchurch Boys' High, Christchurch Girls' High and Heaton Intermediate Schools make this a very desirable place to live. Quality properties like this are extremely sought after and coupled with the excellent location will mean that if you are interested in securing this smart investment you had better act now! Please be aware that this information has been sourced from third parties including Property-Guru, RPNZ, regional councils, 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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