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142 Bishop Street

Canterbury Area
142 Bishop Street Canterbury Area
Thursday 28th October - 12:00PM
proudly marketed by
Harcourts City Christchurch | Grenadier Real Estate Ltd
Suburban Simplicity on the City-Fringe
To download all information please copy and paste the following link into your browser: Positioned to please in perennially popular Bishop Street, this extremely easy-care townhouse delivers an effortless lifestyle in St Albans, being only moments from innumerable conveniences. Exhibiting the hallmarks of modern design, this exceptionally functional townhouse was constructed in the 2000s and features three double bedrooms with in-built wardrobes that are serviced by two sleek bathrooms. The open-plan living area sits centrally on the ground floor and provides an attractive haven for daily routines, showcasing contemporary style and a free-flowing arrangement that eases out to the courtyard. The outdoor furniture makes a striking statement and is ideally included in the sale, meaning it'll continue to provide the backdrop for alfresco meals and summertime gatherings. Ideally facing North-west for optimum afternoon sunshine, the 123sqm (approx.) floor plan also includes a gas fire and heat pump for heightened comfort. Proportioned for undeniable ease, the 156sqm site is perfectly formed, requiring very little maintenance and playing host to an internal access single garage for enhanced convenience. Located in a desirable tree-lined setting on the fringe of both Edgeware village and the four avenues, this neighbourhood also includes brilliant schooling options, with zoning for St Albans School and Heaton Intermediate being another bonus. High on lifestyle and low in maintenance, this townhouse urges your earliest viewing. Contact me for more information. Please be aware that this information may have been sourced from REINZ/Property Smarts/Land Information New Zealand/ The relevant local authority/Cera and we have not been able to verify the accuracy of the same.
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