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5/9 Haast Street

Canterbury Area
5/9 Haast Street Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Harcourts City Christchurch | Grenadier Real Estate Ltd
Don't Bypass Haast! Buy 1 or buy 2.
To download all information please copy and paste the following link into your browser: Buyers in search of an affordable ticket onto the property merry-go-round are advised to explore this sturdy two-bedroom townhouse which partners time-tested 1980's durability with surprising space to serve up optimal city-fringe living. Add in the availability of the adjoining unit (6/9 Haast Street), and the rewards multiply for those looking to secure a profitable pair, however an individual sale is equally attractive to our seller. Enjoying a welcome sense of privacy, the fully fenced property has been tastefully enhanced with a neutral palette of fresh hues, but scope remains to add further value by upgrading the original bathroom. A fortuitous north-facing aspect emphasizes the dwelling's solar saturation and a heat pump in the centralized living zone regulates seasonal excesses. The neatly landscaped gardens can be appreciated from the kitchen's sunny box window, with sliding doors off the living room leading to a paved courtyard which provides an outdoor option for entertaining family and friends. The property's single garage and rear setting are further advantages, as is the tranquillity of neighbouring Beverley Park across the back fence. Steps from the Four Aves, local cafes and bars ensure the locality is rich in hospitality, with cycleways and riverside paths ensuring you are never far from an array of parks and green spaces. Purchasers who value convenience will find themselves right at home in this ever-popular area, meaning buyers who hesitate may miss out. 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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