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5 Borana Place

Canterbury Area
5 Borana Place Canterbury Area
Wednesday 31st August - 1:00PM
proudly marketed by
James Abell
First National Progressive Realty
If space, entertaining and multiple living options are at the top of your 'must have' list then we would encourage you to visit 5 Borana Place, Templeton. Situated at the end of a small & very quiet residential cul-de-sac, in this always-popular suburb that combines both rural & residential lifestyles, we have this spacious and modern 220m2 home with options and extras aplenty. This home lends itself to easy inside and outside entertaining too - from a family bbq all the way through to a special event or party that will take advantage of the generous living areas plus the private & expansive 715m2 section complete with your very own covered spa! Here is just a partial list of the features of this stunning property: • 3 large double bedrooms with built in robes (master has walk in robe) • 2 bathrooms (including ensuite to master) • Separate dining room / playroom / 4th bedroom • 2 huge living areas both of which open onto the outdoor entertaining space • Separate home office • Family kitchen with all the necessary appliances • 2 heatpumps & Heat Transfer System • Brand new carpet • Outdoor covered spa area (spa included!) • Double internal access garage • Separate laundry • TC1 land If you'd like to see the rest of what this home has to offer then please contact James for an appointed viewing or come along to one of our open homes. Our vendors have thoroughly enjoyed living here but have now made the decision that a more rural lifestyle awaits. So, this Borana Beauty is now looking for its next lucky family! Deadline Sale. All offers to be received by 1pm 31st August 2022 (unless sold prior) "Please be aware that this information has been sourced from third parties including PropertySmarts/ Property-Guru/ Christchurch City Council/ CERA and we have not been able to independently verify the accuracy of the same. Land and Floor area measurements are approximate and boundary lines are indicative only".
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