Spreydon Real Estate

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166 Lyttleton Street

Canterbury Area
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190sqm
555sqm
166 Lyttleton Street Canterbury Area
Auction
Thursday 23rd September - 12:00PM
proudly marketed by
Grenadier Real Estate Ltd MREINZ
Owner operator, home base business.
**Under the REA COVID-19 Level 3 rules, every property is limited to 2 appointments per day. Please contact the agent to book in a day/time. The front bedroom room has its own separate access from the footpath and was being used as a Beauty Therapy clinic. However it would suit a variety of home based businesses, or medium term accommodation options. It even has a small waiting room. Some 190 sqm of generous sun drenched living spaces, with four super sized bedrooms and two well appointed bathrooms. This sunny well proportioned home provides for so many mixed uses. Investors should inspect, (please note the home has not been inspected for healthy homes at this stage) and young families will love the proximity to the school, shops and everything this stunning location has to offer, including the city being within easy reach. The rear courtyard has a good flow out from the main lounge and offers privacy and a great place to entertain on those long summer evenings. Generally a well maintained home situated in the ever popular suburb of Spreydon, it will undoubtedly impress everyone. Our vendor has loved living here and has now reluctantly made the decision to sell and move overseas to be with family. This home will be sold on or before Auction day. Please contact me and arrange a viewing time, as no open homes can be held at Level 3. Appointment times a filling fast, please consider a quick drive past before calling to arrange viewing. To download property files, copy and paste the following link into your browser: https://www.propertyfiles.co.nz/property/RN6917 Please be aware that this information may have been sourced from RPNZ / Property Smarts / Land Information New Zealand / Christchurch City Council / CERA and we have not been able to verify the accuracy of the same.
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