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8 Short Street, Waltham, Christchurch City, Canterbury 8011
Enquiries Over $399,000
This delightful property has been recently built to modern building standards, giving you the benefit of new building materials and technologies, including rib raft foundation.
Built in 2014, this stylish property offers the benefits of modern family living, with the light and airy open plan living dining and kitchen offering wonderful family space. The living space extends outside through large sliding doors, which also allow for plenty of light and a peaceful outlook across the raised back garden. The kitchen offers great bench and cupboard space, and perfect positioning so that the chef can remain part of the goings on.
The two large double bedrooms and one smaller sized double are all well positioned to capture great sun, and the double glazing, heat pump and heat transfer system, as well as the modern standard of insulation offer further peace of mind for a cosy home.
Stylishly decorated using a neutral palette with tasteful accents, this wonderful home offers the benefits of modern living and keeps the best aspects of a traditional family home, including a fully fenced backyard, perfect for the kids to run around in. With all of this to offer, along with a cul de sac location which offers the benefits of a quiet community, right on the doorstep to the city, this is sure to be a popular property, so get in quick to view at the open home, or call Erin to discuss.
Key features include;
– Three double bedrooms
– Open plan living dining and kitchen
– Well-appointed family bathroom with shower over bath
– Great storage with tucked away laundry and attic space
– Heat pump, heat transfer system and double glazing
– Built in 2014 to modern building specifications
Source: Christchurch City Council, RPNZ, LINZ, landcheck.org.nz, Vendor, Vendor’s Agents
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