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57 Prestons Road

Canterbury Area
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150sqm
900sqm
57 Prestons Road Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Full Circle Real Estate Ltd
Opportunity to Enhance on 900m² (approx) section!
57 Prestons Road offers: 3 Double bedrooms Living/Dining/Kitchen Bathroom with a bathtub and a separate shower Separate Toilet Separate laundry 2 Heat pumps Gas fire Calling all families, investors and land bankers! Motivated owners no longer require this property so it has got to go! Located in the popular and sought after suburb of Redwood, this 150m2 (approx) home is sited on a family sized 900m2 (approx) north facing section. The open plan living and dining is kept warm and cosy in winter with a Gas fire. A heat pump is located in the hallway to heat the three double bedrooms and an additional heat pump in the separate lounge. The Cathedral-style timber ceiling with exposed beams gives that nice character look to this home. This property is literally a stones throw from Redwood School. There is ample room for your pets and children to play in the spacious secured backyard. There is a carport located in the entrance of the house and plenty of storage rooms at the back of the property. Full of happy memories and now available to make this yours by adding your own flare. This home suits buyers wanting more space for their family, those wanting to work from home or investors. Seize the opportunity and please ACT FAST! Auction from 11am 7 October 2021 (unless sold prior) at Ray White Auction Rooms - Level 2/76 Hereford Street. Call Karan Shevde on 021 106 9769 for more information and an appointment to view! Property documents can be downloaded from the following site: https://vltre.co/Beegyy This property is being sold without a price and therefore a price guide cannot be provided. The website may have filtered the property into a price bracket for website functionality purposes. Any estimates on this page are not provided by the agent and are not a price guide
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