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47 Aotea Terrace

Canterbury Area
47 Aotea Terrace Canterbury Area
Thursday 22nd July - 12:00PM
proudly marketed by
Grenadier Real Estate Ltd (City)
Entry-Level Elevation
To download all information please copy and paste the following link into your browser: Soaking up spectacular citywide vistas from the Port Hills, this superbly refreshed Huntsbury home offers an appealing entry-level opportunity to one of Christchurch's desirable hillside neighbourhoods. Exhibiting versatility across two levels, the home's upper floor is thoroughly conventional and captures views from the hillside across to the city centre. The kitchen and dining area is open plan for everyday ease, while the lounge is generously proportioned and warmed by a log burner. An attractively appointed bathroom is shared by each of the three bedrooms, which also occupy the top floor. A balcony streams across the front of the home and is accessed off both the master bedroom and lounge to provide you with an elevated alfresco setting which maximises the property's outstanding urban outlook. A dedicated area with its own access inhabits the lower level and would be well suited as a studio, home office or potentially a fourth bedroom should you require additional accommodation. The sloping grounds are planted for privacy and include a ground-level patio that acts as an alternative hub for summertime get-togethers. While the tastefully executed renovation has introduced modern comforts and desirable decor throughout, scope still exists for buyers wanting to personalise certain aspects and ultimately make this home their own. Growing families will appreciate the proximity to local amenities, including excellent in-zone schooling options, which come in the form of St Martins School and Cashmere High School. Picturesque walking tracks are also within easy reach, which is another advantage to those living on the hills. Widespread interest is anticipated. Contact Jonny or Rhys for further information.
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