Sold under the hammer


1 Armil Place, Lincoln

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Sold under the hammer


Occupying a generous corner site in a quiet, family-friendly Lincoln neighbourhood, this solidly constructed brick and tile home possesses all the credentials for an extremely comfortable lifestyle.

The well-considered single-level layout incorporates four bedrooms with excellent storage, including a walk-in wardrobe for the master, which also enjoys the luxury of an ensuite. A spacious family bathroom, plus a separate toilet, supports the remaining bedrooms.

Living spaces are interconnected and plentiful, with an open-plan kitchen, dining and family living space providing for relaxed everyday living, while an adjacent separate lounge offers a quiet retreat for the adults.

Sliders from the living spaces and master suite ensure seamless connections with the outdoors, where the living options are equally abundant with two paved patios for outdoor entertaining, established easy-care gardens, and plenty of space for children and pets to play within the securely fenced backyard.

Well-positioned on an 824sqm (approximately) corner section, this desirably located home is within a 500-metre stroll of Lincolns favourite brew bar, The Laboratory, and the local New World supermarket, and within easy reach of a host of amenities. Growing families have numerous schooling options in the area with zoning for Ararira Springs Primary School, Lincoln High School, and Lincoln University is just a short walk away.

Superbly located, this is a home with infinite appeal offering its new owners relaxed, family living. Contact us for more information.

Urszula Bedggood

Christchurch

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Tim Dyer

Christchurch

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1 Armil Place, Lincoln

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Urszula Bedggood

Christchurch

Licensed under the REA Act 2008

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Tim Dyer

Christchurch

Licensed under the REA Act 2008

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