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2/167A Union Street

Canterbury Area
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2/167A Union Street Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Ray White New Brighton
Snuggly and Secure
Please download the property files here: https://filefling.co.nz/property/2-167aunions0 Are you a first home buyer? An investor? Maybe a retiree? Suitable for any number of circumstances, this property is positioned close to quality amenities, schools and public transport routes. This compact, easy-care home boasts two bedrooms and a tidy, spacious kitchen. A laundry room as well as an immaculate bathroom leading to your separate toilet ensures a home with everything you need! With a heat pump to warm the generous living area in winter, while sliding doors that provide easy access outside to the deck for warmer days. Outside, the fully fenced backyard was designed to minimise upkeep and maximise enjoyment, with entertaining areas offering plenty of room to relax and unwind. With so many amazing highlights you wouldn't expect another however, to add to the appeal of this home is your very own single car garage. This home is the perfect place for you to snuggle up in winter, or relax in in Summer. Do not miss out! 2/167A Union Street offers: Tidy kitchen with plenty of storage Open plan living area that flows out to the deck Two double bedrooms. Bathroom with separate toilet Heat pump for warmth in the cooler months External access single garage Fully fenced backyard Blocks away from the beach, estuary and hot pools If you're looking for a great work/life balance you can start your day with an early morning beach walk, grab a coffee and you'll still be in the CBD by 9am! Not to mention just blocks away from the new Hot Pools and the beach, every amenity you could want. Additionally, you will love the close proximity to the estuary, perfect for night strolls. The only thing that is missing is you! Deadline Sale: Wednesday 9th June 2021, 1.00 pm (Unless Sold Prior)
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