First home or investment? EQC cashback


142 Yaldhurst Road, Avonhead

Offers/Enquiries Over NZD $399,000

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First home or investment? EQC cashback


This is a great opportunity to acquire a four-bedroom home on a good-sized freehold section, plus, it's positioned in a popular spot being just down from the Bush Inn Centre and close to many other useful amenities! Originally built in the 1940s, the house has been practically laid out and is at an advantage thanks to several upgrades and renovations.

Opportunist buyers will appreciate that the EQC funds are to be passed over at time of settlement, a sum of approximately $16,000 will be assigned to complete cosmetic repairs.

The living space is well proportioned, boasting plenty of natural light and has superb outdoor flow through double sliding doors to the north. Modern kitchen with good storage and bench space and being open plan, it interacts well with the living area. The bathroom is well spaced and has just recently been put in. Separate laundry and toilet. Year-round comfort is ensured with a heat pump and double glazing throughout.

Outside, a north-facing deck wraps the back of the house and is accessed from the sliding doors off the lounge. The house is delightfully surrounded in well-established plantings and offers space to make your mark. Good-sized single garage with additional space, plus, there is a second single garage at the rear of the property which could be used for extra storage or as a hobby room. There is also a huge amount of parking space at the front of the property, fit for multiple cars, a boat or caravan.

Situated in a convenient and popular location. Just a short stroll from Church Corner and the Bush Inn Centre, Canterbury University and Villa Maria College.

Homes like this sell quickly and aren't often available, contact us for more information or to arrange a time to view.

142 Yaldhurst Road, Avonhead

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