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62 Holliss Avenue

Canterbury Area
62 Holliss Avenue Canterbury Area
Thursday 16th December - 11:00AM
proudly marketed by
Harcourts City Christchurch | Grenadier Real Estate Ltd
The Tree House
To download all information please copy and paste the following link into your browser: Peaceful seclusion and tranquillity abound at this uniquely designed 1980s residence that sits effortlessly against a picturesque bush-clad backdrop upon Cashmere's hillside. Offering a spectacular vantage point across three levels with multiple balconies, you are nestled amid the treetops to not only absorb undeniable privacy but sensational sunsets and elevated suburban views. The 240m2 floor plan is spacious and highly logical, with the ground floor double garage offering easy drive-in access and secure storage. The second floor revolves around everyday activities and entertaining, with the open-plan kitchen and dining area delivering the perfect balance of form and function, while the lounge represents an attractive haven for unwinding. A toilet, laundry and the first bedroom are also located on this level and the added bonus of a study, while upstairs, you'll find the family bathroom and another three bedrooms, including the master with its ensuite. Timeless hints of timber punctuate a monochrome colour scheme to offer visual appeal throughout, while the presence of heat pumps assures seasonal comfort. Families will thrive thanks to superb in-zone schooling, including Thorrington School, Christchurch South Intermediate and Cashmere High School, while recreational opportunities and local amenities are also abundant in the area. Conveniently situated only 12 minutes from the inner city, this idyllic escape will undoubtedly attract significant attention. Contact me for more information. Please be aware that this information may have been sourced from REINZ/Property Smarts/Land Information New Zealand/ The relevant local authority/Cera and we have not been able to verify the accuracy of the same.
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