Shirley Real Estate

powered by

Canterbury Area
Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Ray White Next Step Realty Ltd
Affordable Abode on Ashwood
Please download the property files here: BUYER ENQUIRY OVER $625,000 - DEADLINE SALE ENDING TUESDAY 31 MAY @ 4 PM (UNLESS SOLD PRIOR) It's an absolute pleasure presenting this well-maintained three double bedroom and one bathroom home that's just been freshly painted throughout. The kitchen and dining areas flow through to a good size living room and covered patio which leads out to a fully fenced, safe, and secure backyard. The family bathroom has a shower and bath and there is a separate toilet. This welcoming home also has a butler's pantry that houses the laundry as well. The home is heated with a log burner and a heat pump. There is a double stand-alone garage plus great off-street parking space as well as two additional closed-in sheds for further storage. The section is fully fenced and fitted with an electric sliding gate for security. 63 Ashwood Street offers: Three double bedrooms One family bathroom Open plan kitchen/dining and living areas with butlers pantry Wood burner Good size private and secure backyard Double garage plus off-street parking and two additional sheds Electric gate Fully fenced section This fantastic first home is situated close to golf clubs, reserves, Bottle Lake Forest Park and so much more. In zone for Queenspark School, Avonside Girls High, and Shirley Boys High Schools. BUYER ENQUIRY OVER $625,000 - DEADLINE SALE ENDING TUESDAY 31 MAY @ 4 PM (UNLESS SOLD PRIOR) Please call Elpi or Rebecca for further information or to arrange a private viewing. *Source: Please be aware that this information may have been sourced from third parties including Owners, Vendors Lawyer, Core Logic, Land Information New Zealand, Regional Councils, Environment Canterbury, EQC, RPNZ, ARCGIS, REINZ Property Smarts, and other sources, and we have not been able to independently verify the accuracy of the same. Land and Floor area measurements are approximate and boundary lines as indicative only.
Upload by Veronica Wedlake