Saint Albans Real Estate

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Canterbury Area
Canterbury Area
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Total Realty MREINZ
Outstanding Location
Situated in a small, community spirited cul de sac in well regarded Regents Park, this one owner property is perfect for couples and families alike. Key points; Versatility of 4 Bedrooms consisting of 3 double bedrooms and an office / guest bedroom. Master bedroom with ensuite, walk in robe and outlook to the garden / lawn. Spacious open plan living with adjacent family sized lounge. Both living areas have French doors to the sun drenched sizable NW aspect patio. The open plan living area effortlessly invites the outdoors in, with the patio and fully fenced, landscaped rear garden providing a low-maintenance backdrop to alfresco occasions. An ideal setting for keen entertainers and summer BBQ's. Light filled kitchen with large picture window affording an outlook to the beautiful landscaped yard. Double glazed throughout with a gas fire in the living room, as well as an HRV ventilation system. Tiled foyer entrance, with the tiles extending through to the separate laundry and kitchen. Larger than average 7x7 garage, with a high stud and insulated auto door. Built in shelving further adds to the appeal. Fully fenced and gated backyard, ensuring a secure environment for your children / pets. Walking enthusiasts will appreciate the nearby Styx Mill Conservation Reserve, as well as the myriad of interconnecting paths/greenbelts throughout Regents Park.The local reserve within Regents Park has a playground and lake, a perfect setting for a summer picnic or feeding the ducks. Please call for a viewing or pop along to my open home. # Northwood # Glasnevin # Redwood Springs #Harewood # Styxmill Please be aware that this information has been sourced from third parties including Property-Guru, RPNZ, regional councils, 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.
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