177 Edgeware Road
St Albans
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177 Edgeware Road St Albans
proundy marketed by
Bayleys Whalan & Partners Ltd - Christchurch
Trendsetting Design – Under Construction
Pre-completion price of $695,000 is only available for the sale of townhouse one or four. Estimated completion: Unit Four - Late June 2018 and Unit One - Late August 2018. This stylish townhouse development is brought to you by Offset Developments and is now under construction. Offering exceptional value for money combined with quality and everyday convenience. This location has experienced vast growth over the last few years with a large variety of cafes, restaurants, shops and Christchurch's thriving inner City all nearby. This exciting project comprises of four Peter Dunbar designed standalone townhouses that have unique floor plans ranging from approximately 174sqm - 186sqm in size. The exterior of the properties looks stunning with lightweight aerated concrete AAC panel, warm cedar and cleverly positioned gallery windows. Each townhouse has its own freehold title, double internal access garage, three bedrooms and exquisite finishes throughout. The master bedrooms have walk-in-wardrobes and tiled ensuites. Generous proportions are very evident with light filled open plan living spaces that feature quality focused kitchens and large outdoor decks for entertaining and relaxing. The sections range from 330sqm - 344sqm in size and come with luscious yet low maintenance landscaping. Completion of the first townhouse is expected mid-2018 and you can secure your preferred property today with just a 10% deposit and the balance upon completion. Please contact Adam Heazlewood for more information including plans, specs and pricing details. Find out more about us at www.ahteam.co.nz To download the information pack for this property, please copy the below link into your web browser: http://www.propertyfiles.co.nz/property/556451
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