About this property
In a tree lined street, nestled upon an established section, in a popular pocket of the city, this potential-packed property is offered to the market with real commitment and resolve by vendors who have already purchased another home.
Built early last century this pretty character bungalow has stood the test of time, a testament to the quality of the workmanship in the character era. Wood panelling in the entryway provides a real feature as do the lead light windows and doors.
Over its life there have been improvements made and a superb connection to the garden established, with the addition of French doors off the living area. Electrical wiring has been upgraded, a log burner installed, and double glazing has been fitted to all but a couple of windows, creating a warm and quiet environment all the while maintaining the character of the home.
Three good sized bedrooms with built in wardrobes provide the sleeping accommodation, while sun-soaked, open-plan living areas and a, highly-functional galley-style kitchen are afforded year-round comfort by the presence of a wood-burner and heat pump.
Outside, the expansive grounds offer plenty of space for families of all shapes and sizes, with sun-drenched entertaining areas for the adults and manicured lawns for the kids (and the pets!)
Zoning for St Albans Primary and the proximity to Edgeware, and the central city adds strength and credibility to any investment, while the TC2 land is another bonus.
There's plenty to fall in love with here, and purchasers looking to establish themselves on the property ladder and in the area are sure to be impressed. With all EQC repairs completed and our owners determined to move on to the next phase of their lives a change of ownership is inevitable, and interested parties are advised to act quickly. Contact me now for further details.
Auction: To be held 11am, 30 November 2018 at Ray White City Office, 76 Hereford Street, City Centre, Christchurch (unless sold prior)