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12 Joyce Crescent

Canterbury Area
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210sqm
1206sqm
12 Joyce Crescent Canterbury Area
Openhome
Saturday
1.30pm - 2.30pm
Sunday
1.30pm - 2.30pm
Auction
Wednesday 8th July - 2:00PM
Russley Golf Course, 428 Memorial Avenue, Burnside, Christchurch
proudly marketed by
Allen Gunn (Licensed Property Consultant REAA 2008)
Harcourts - Vision Real Estate Ltd
The Decision has been made...
After many years of happy ownership, our vendors are moving. They're going country. What they leave can only be described as exceptional real estate and all discerning buyers will see a need to take action...to try and secure ownership. It's that problem solver for families who have both general and specific needs and wants. Down the drive is the unexpected...that ultimate combination of accommodation and land size...a spacious, private, semi low maintenance single level home, plus standalone studio nestled on and into an established and beautifully landscaped 1206m2 TC2 section that will see you zoned for Christchurch Boys' & Girls' High Schools as well as Burnside High. Immediately upon entering the dwelling you experience that "feels good" factor. Achieved undoubtedly by a labour of love, high energy levels, hard work and a clear vision of what is needed to transfer a 1960's home into a modern masterpiece that will accommodate all occasions. Features include; four bedrooms, three bathrooms, three toilets, two living rooms, an open plan kitchen with three ovens plus scullery, multiple heating sources, solar panels, relaxing outdoor entertaining areas, water features, north/west aspect and a double garage with workshop. The time is Right...right now...to give yourself permission to forge a long relationship with new ownership and build fun filled future memories. There's no better choice than Joyce. *Please be aware that the approximate floor area has been sourced from Property Guru and its accuracy or reliability is not guaranteed.*
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Canterbury