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77 Halberg Street

Canterbury Area
77 Halberg Street Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Grenadier Real Estate Ltd MREINZ
Owner's Relocation = Real Motivation
To download all information please copy and paste the following link into your browser - Welcome to your new home at 77 Halberg Street, Dallington! Whether it's a first-home, investment or downsizing opportunity, this home will cater for all! Located down a quiet and private street, this three-bedroom residence offers the perfect blend of comfort and convenience. Constructed with sturdy permanent materials, durability and longevity are ensured, giving you peace of mind for the next chapter of your home ownership. Step inside to discover a tidy interior, which will provide to your needs. The interior layout connects the living, dining, and kitchen areas, providing a versatile space for entertaining guests or simply unwinding after a long day. One of the standout features of this property is its fully fenced outdoor area. Whether you're hosting a barbecue with friends, playing backyard cricket, or enjoying a quiet morning coffee, this private oasis provides the perfect backdrop for outdoor living and entertainment. Meticulously maintained and cared for, this space is sure to impress. A bonus of a large, electric double garage will ensure all the toys are stored away safely and out of sight, while there is ample parking on the drive to ensure there is space for all to park. Conveniently located, you'll enjoy easy access to a range of amenities including parks, shopping centres, and public transport links, ensuring that everything you need is right at your fingertips. With my vendors move away imminent, Don't miss out on the opportunity to make this house your home. Call Connor today to avoid disappointment. 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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