13 people came and got their hair done last Friday. Camille was so busy and everybody came out looking so good. A haircut can definitely give us a boost sometimes. Next date is Friday 30 August 2019. See you then if you need a "boost"
The clear advantage of an architecturally designed new build, together with this premium location presents both a winning combination and a strong proposition.
Being in a block of three adjoined townhouses designed by Walker Architecture, this apartment occupies the complete top storey and has been carefully designed to give you the best that apartment living has to offer.
The open plan kitchen and dining area features a timber ceiling and skylights with a west-facing balcony. An easy flow through to the light filled living zone creates perfect social synergy and a second balcony encourages the outdoors inside. A study nook with built in joinery creates the ideal work or hobby space.
Both bedrooms are spacious and the master features its own balcony, separate toilet and vanity. A full-sized bathroom complete with a tiled shower services the rest of the home.
The creative design and materials make this home a stand out. Seven skylights throughout invite in a large amount of light and this teamed with angled ceilings, timber accents, and neutral tones make for a pristine property you will appreciate.
Downstairs, the single garage houses the laundry and the dual access driveway is convenient.
Another of the many advantages of this location is the close proximity to Merivale Mall, Hagley Park, Victoria Street, and the Central City. In excellent school zones - Girls' and Boys' High Schools, Heaton Intermediate, Elmwood Normal and our finest private schools are all nearby.
With our owners now being located elsewhere, this is your opportunity to move into this exceptional apartment everything on offer.
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Auction: To be held 11am, 11 October 2019 at Ray White City Office, 76 Hereford Street, City Centre, Christchurch (unless sold prior)
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