A hidden treasure


285 Kingsbury Avenue, Rangiora

Private Treaty

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A hidden treasure


Deadline Sale

12pm, Thursday 6 June 2019 (unless sold prior)

More exterior and interior photos to come.

With so many attractive features, you must come inside to not only appreciate this home but to feel its welcoming ambience and wonderful design for families. Built by well-respected local builder, Alan Dwyer, in the late 1980s, you will note timeless, practical features here.

The teens will enjoy their space with three large double bedroom upstairs and their own bathroom. Downstairs, the master bedroom has doors to the private outdoors - ideal for a morning/evening 'cuppa'. Both bathrooms are stylish and the kitchen (modernised approximately four years ago), overlooks the road and is perfect for watching the world go by when preparing meals. Family times are encouraged with great granite bench top/breakfast bar area and dining room. The lounge is inviting for the winter with the log burner and perfect for the summer with heat pump. The outdoor living with solar lights complements this beautifully. When its chillier outside, how about a rest in the conservatory - just perfect!

Enjoy a generous section of 655sqm - plenty of room for entertaining, and vege garden and with two garden sheds. The location speaks for itself - just down the road is Ashgrove School, and Rangiora High is an easy walk. With desiring now to 'downsize' my vendor comes to the market reluctantly having had many happy days in this home, but she welcomes another family to enjoy all that this home and location has to offer.

Recent Registered valuation available on request for genuine interested parties.

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Note: Floor areas are sourced from Property Guru - this has not been

verified and purchasers should make their own independent enquiries.