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SOLD

Canterbury Area
4
2
N/A
N/Asqm
9864sqm
Canterbury Area
Auction
Wednesday 23rd August - 2:00PM
proudly marketed by
Four Seasons Realty 2017 Ltd
Unforeseen Changes, Unparalleled Opportunities in Tai Tapu
A Change in plans unveils a unique lifestyle opportunity at 351 Tai Tapu Road. Brought to the market in as-is, where-is condition, this is an exclusive chance for buyers to re-vitalise a charming 4 bedroom dwelling, or build their dream home in a rarely available parcel of land close to the city. Encompassing 9864 square metres, including 4 fenced paddocks, the possibilities are immense. Among the property's offerings are several outbuildings, stables, and a 5 Bay Barn, providing ample space for cars, trucks, and all the toys of modern life. Integral to this proposition is the private access to the tranquil Halswell River at the rear of the property, lined with mature Willow Trees. Noteably, this property is not in the Selwyn Flood Management area. This hidden gem offers the chance to craft your own paradise in a uniquely serene setting. Whether you envision a modern oasis or a charming country retreat, this property allows you to turn your visions into reality. Bring your gumboots and imagination - unlock the potential at 351 Tai Tapu Road! Auction: Wednesday 23rd August 2023 from 2.00pm, Russley Golf Club (unless sold prior). To view the livestream for this auction, copy and paste the following link into your web browser: www.harcourtsauctions.co.nz Please be aware that this information has been supplied by the vendor and/or sourced from: Property Guru, Property Smarts, Land Information NZ, Local Councils, ECAN, CERA and other organisations. Additionally, the property may or may not comply with the Healthy Homes Standards. Harcourts Four Seasons Realty 2017 Ltd is merely passing over this information as supplied to us. We cannot guarantee its accuracy or reliability and recommend purchasers undertake their own due diligence regarding these items.
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