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12 Westenra Terrace

Canterbury Area
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12 Westenra Terrace Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Shane Langman
Ray White Cashmere - Next Step Realty
Panoramic Views and Character in a Top Location
They don't make them like they used to, and this 1920's home built 100 years ago has certainly stood the test of time. Nestled high in the Cashmere Hills with captivating views from the coast, across the city towards the alps. Oozing with character, this is a property you can't help but fall in love with. Original timber panelling and polished hardwood flooring give a feeling of comfort and quality. More than meets the eye, boasting four bedrooms (plus a study or additional bedroom). The living and dining room faces north, soaking in the sun and stunning outlook. Ample storage including a single garage, plus a large workshop under the house which includes an additional toilet. Find a quiet spot to read a book under one of the trees on your generous 1,118m2 private section, or watch the kids run free! You'll just love the sense of space. Take advantage of everything this popular location has to offer. Cashmere Primary is just a short walk down the road, and yes you're in zone for Cashmere High School. Those who enjoy walking, running or mountain biking will love having Victoria Park and the Harry Ell Walkway close by. Meet your friends for a bite to eat, coffee or even a glass of wine with Sign of the Takahe, Emperor's New Clothes and Dusk all within close proximity. Christchurch CBD is a 10-15 minute drive away, or an easy commute via the #1 bus route. Whether it's recreation or relaxation, living in Cashmere really does offer it all. To download the property files, please copy this link into your web browser: https://www.propertyfiles.co.nz/property/UCH30673 Source: Please be aware this information may have been sourced from third parties. We have not been able to independently verify the accuracy of the same. Land & Floor area measurements are approx. & boundary lines are indicative only. We highly recommend you to complete your own research & seek independent legal &/or technical advice.
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