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97 Winters Road

Canterbury Area
97 Winters Road Canterbury Area
Tuesday 6th September - 2:00PM
proudly marketed by
James Abell
First National Progressive Realty
Whether you are actively looking for your very first home, or even searching the market for an excellent investment opportunity, then 97 Winters Road has so very much to tempt you. Offering 3 generous double bedrooms plus an extended & super-sized living extension with access to the sunny decking area - there is certainly no lack of room here! Situated in a quiet, residential part of ever-popular Redwood, this home is still within easy reach of Northlands shopping centre and just an easy stroll to plenty of local restaurants and shops! Here is just a part of what is on offer at this property: • Substantial 130m2 home - plus double garage • 3 double bedrooms - all with built-in robes • Open plan kitchen & dining • A simply huge step-down living area • North facing and very private deck & seating area off the living • Underfloor & ceiling insulation plus new heatpump • Nearly new carpet & vinyl • Family bathroom & separate toilet • Fully Healthy Homes compliant (report available) • Rental assessment completed • 2019 Building Inspection report available • EQC work completed (paperwork available) We have a comprehensive 'Property Information Pack' prepared for you - please contact James for a copy of this to be emailed straight out to you. With a new chapter of their lives about to begin, our committed vendors are primed and ready to go. Settlement can be flexible. Add this to your list and we look forward to seeing you at one of the open homes. Or contact James for a private viewing appointment. Deadline Sale All offers to be received by 1pm on Tuesday 6th September 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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