Something Special -X factor in Fendalton


11 Otara Street, Fendalton

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Something Special -X factor in Fendalton


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1pm, Thurs 3 Dec 2015

(unless sold prior)

3 Deans Ave, Chch

Nestled in the heart of Fendalton, this much loved, four bedroom family home definitely has the 'X' factor. Packed with traditional touches but blending tradition and modernity, this immaculately presented 1940s property is all about character and comfort. The appealing versatile layout ensures that space is maximised while offering multiple living options.

A soft interior colour palette is given life and warmth through exposed wood panelling, while detailing in the windows add to the charm on offer. The kitchen is large and functional and flows readily to the well-proportioned living room. A separate sunroom offers a second living space and french doors provide effortless flow to the deck and gorgeous cottage style garden.

Built in wardrobes in three of the four bedrooms ensure storage has been considered, while a family bathroom offers all the required amenities. The separate laundry has external access.

Off-street parking for up to three vehicles provides a touch of functionality to the exterior of the home, while the manicured garden offers a colourful welcome to visitors year round. Tucked on a 470sqm section, the house and garden set the scene for sunny, sheltered summer afternoons.

While aspects will ignite excitement for those with an eye for design and renovation, the bones of this home ensure it can easily be enjoyed as it is for many years to come.

Close proximity to all that Fendalton Mall has to offer, as well as its location within desirable school zones including CBHS, Burnside High, Cobham Intermediate and Fendalton Open Air School, leaves no doubt that this will be a highly sought after abode.

For those seeking a home with a heart, this is it.

11 Otara Street, Fendalton

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