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25 Chrystal Street

Canterbury Area
25 Chrystal Street Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Caleb Griffioen
Modern Comfort Meets 1920s Charm
Deadline Sale Thursday 16th November at 3.00pm (unless sold prior) Download reports and sale particulars at Welcome to 24 Chrystal Street, where history meets modernity in the heart of Richmond. This renovated 1920s bungalow marries character with convenience, giving you the perfect abode to set down your roots. With over 140 square meters- there's no shortage of space. Step inside and you'll find a brand new kitchen that's not just for show"it's for living. Durable countertops and barely used appliances make the heart of the home both functional and inviting. An open plan living kitchen, dining and lounge will appeal to those keen on entertaining. You'll also discover a luxurious new bathroom with European tiles that screams 'self-care.' With three spacious bedrooms, including an oversized master"there's room for everyone. And with two bathrooms, the morning rush just got a whole lot easier. Staying cozy or cool is no challenge here. Two heat pumps coupled with a ventilation system ensure that your comfort is a year-round affair. And let's not forget the ceiling and underfloor insulation, ensuring that warm stays in and cold stays out. Step out back to a fully fenced secure, landscaped haven. Get your green thumbs ready for the glass house and raised garden beds"your summer salads will thank you. When it's time to unwind, the north-facing deck off the lounge is your stage for summer barbies and late-night chats under the stars. Location? We've got that covered too. With the central city just a short commute away and riverside walks and parks at your doorstep, you can balance work and play like never before. So if you're a first-home buyer or a young family looking to elevate your lifestyle, 24 Chrystal Street is more than a house"it's your next home. Don't let this gem slip through your fingers. Attend an open home or reach out to schedule a viewing.
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