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41 Birchs Road

Canterbury Area
41 Birchs Road Canterbury Area
Thursday 25th August - 11:00AM
proudly marketed by
Harcourts City Christchurch | Grenadier Real Estate Ltd
Family Is the Word, Location Is Superb
To download all information please copy and paste the following link into your browser: A family-minded layout and generous dimensions are the focus of this four-bedroom sanctuary that prioritises relaxed living and effortless entertaining. Situated upon an expansive 1,179sqm section in the heart of Prebbleton, this property serves up ample space in a desirable community, making it the perfect fit for growing families. Constructed in the early 2000s, the home is classic in design and features statement exterior stone pillars and a crisp white interior palette, creating a great base for an array of furnishings. The dining area and lounge are well-positioned and unfold out to decking, a patio and the backyard for ultimate everyday ease and alfresco enjoyment. Four double bedrooms are assisted by a family bathroom, with the master enjoying the added convenience of a walk-in robe and ensuite. An appealing northwest orientation offers plentiful sunlight and is accompanied by two heat pumps and a wood fire to promote excellent comfort levels. Generous triple car garaging is another drawcard with a double and single option providing secure space for multiple vehicles or practical room for hobbies and DIY. Prebbleton has become a magnet for residents looking to escape the city for a gentler pace of life, with local amenities and schooling options in the area, while the likes of Halswell, Lincoln and Hornby are all within a 10-minute drive. Families are expected to flock to this listing, and interested buyers are encouraged to act quickly. 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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