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1a Country Palms Drive

Canterbury Area
1a Country Palms Drive Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Harcourts Grenadier Halswell
When being 60 never looked better
Heading towards retirement and looking for a home that will give you everything you had but On a scale that is more manageable without loosing any of the comforts you have enjoyed - then stop look no further - we have found it. Beautifully appointed and quality constructed this premium 'over 60's' home is now available. Once you step inside, immediately able to feel the spacious layout of the home, space has been very well utilised through clever design. Featuring: - The living area designed like a conservatory to catch all day sun to keep toasty warm and creates an inviting ambiance to soak in whilst enjoying views to your garden and beyond - Open plan and seamlessly opens to the north and west onto a private sun filled courtyard giving you private, sheltered, secure outdoor rooms - The courtyard is surrounded by green luscious plantings and fruit trees producing peaches, nectarines, plums, apple and even a fejoa hedge - Full size very well equipped kitchen to enjoy entertaining with friends and family - Underfloor heating for those colder days in the well appointed bathroom - Two large bedrooms big enough that they both hold king size beds - Good size internal access garage and plenty of off-street parking - Generously sized - Stand-a-lone at nearly 100sqm - Post quake build with alarm system - Heat pump for year-round comfort - Meticulously maintained with a neutral décor Surrounded by other quality properties in this sought after area will make this a popular consideration, so I would advise immediate action to come and view, call me now for your private viewing :) *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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