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23 Tulett Street

Canterbury Area
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100sqm
677sqm
23 Tulett Street Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Total Realty MREINZ
In Zone In 2022
COVID-19 Traffic Light Framework - Vaccine Passes are not required for this Open Home. This Open Home may have people with and without Vaccine Passes in attendance. We ask that people follow the salespersons guidelines if you are planning to attend the Open Home as your health and safety is extremely important to us. Auction: Onsite, Monday 20th December 2021, at 1:00pm. (Unless sold prior) Situated in the heart of Bishopdale and in Zone for Burnside High School in 2022 this appealing entry level property is a renovators dream, and is now on the market for the first time in a long time! Nicely situated on a 677 m2 (approx) section bordering Armitage reserve. Separate living room with log burner and access to a sunny conservatory that you can utilise as you please. The kitchen and dining are combined, there is a family bathroom, a separate laundry and 3 bedrooms. Outside you'll find double car garaging and established gardens where children and pets can romp and play. Featuring: • Separate living with conservatory • Combined kitchen and dining • 3 Bedrooms • Log burner to keep you cosy and warm in the winter months • Family bathroom • Separate laundry • Double garage and plenty of off-street parking • Established gardens Situated in a fabulous location with Bishopdale Mall only minutes away and Northlands Mall just a short drive away. Jellie Park Recreation & Sports Centre, parks, amenities and public transport are all within easy reach. PLUS in zone for Burnside High School in 2022! Building and LIM Report available upon request. Don't delay enquire today! Please be aware that this information has been sourced from third parties including Property-Guru, RPNZ, regional councils, and other sources and we have not been able to independently verify the accuracy of the same. Land and Floor area measurements are approximate and boundary lines as indicative only.
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