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7 Girvan Street

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7 Girvan Street Canterbury Area
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On Riccarton Bush’s Doorstep
A rear position on a cul-de-sac, yet just across the river from the Riccarton House and a stone's throw from Christchurch Boys' High School. Would this not be the ultimate location for a single-level, post-quake home? Are you shopping for the school zone, the location convenience, a city retreat or need to future-proof for your golden years? This is your answer. Featuring: • 3 bedrooms plus a study for added functionality (or 4th single bedroom) • 2 bathrooms, including a master ensuite with a walk-in robe for comfort & convenience • Post-quake construction for peace of mind • Enjoy year-round comfort with ducted heat pumps & double glazing • positioned down a long driveway, providing peace and privacy • Cul-de-sac location, free from through traffic • Bask in the sun on your north-facing, low-maintenance section • Girls' & Boys' High, Burnside High, Ilam School zones • Excellent storage with additional garage attic space • Double internal access garage and abundant off-street parking Location has always been the key and 7a Girvan Street resides within the catchment zones of some of Christchurch's esteemed schools, while being a stone's throw away from essential amenities and conveniences for your family's daily needs. On weekends, indulge in the vibrant atmosphere of Riccarton Bush markets, just a leisurely stroll from your doorstep. With the overflow of Birdlife from the bush, the modern construction and the enviable position; it's a lifestyle of comfort and convenience. Our owner has loved their time here but has committed to their next move. Don't delay, this home is on offer by Auction on the 8th of June 2024 (Unless sold prior). Auction: 2.00pm, Saturday 8th June 2024 onsite (unless sold prior) To download the property file, please copy & paste the following link: https://www.propertyfiles.co.nz/property/RX4073757
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