Deadline Sale (will not be sold prior) 4pm, Wed 13…
To be sold by deadline sale (by 13 Jul)
135 Rocking Horse Rd, Southshore, Christchurch 8062, New Zealand
After a spur of the moment purchase, the owners have decided to sell their much-loved family home. With only a handful of properties this size selling in Southshore in the past two years, this proves a rare opportunity to you.
The home has been loved by its family for twenty years, beautifully manicured and maintained grounds pitch the perfect setting for the 300sqm home and the only way you will understand the term “private sanctuary” is upon an inspection.
The home spreads across three levels where you will find four bedrooms, two living areas, two bathrooms and a triple garage. The master bedroom with ensuite and the second bedroom are in their own private wing above the garage. This wing is connected to the main house by a glass filled walkway. The additional two bedrooms, family bathroom, living/sitting areas make up the second wing of the home. The cherry on top is the views of the estuary and port hills from your kitchen window
The floor plan has been thoughtfully designed with separation between bedrooms and living spaces. Entertainers will be immediately drawn to the main outdoor area, which is immaculately paved and landscaped to maximise privacy and provide shelter on those long summer afternoons. This is enhanced further by private direct access to the beach. The living area is able to be opened up and turned into a beautiful open plan area with access to the balcony, perfect for those large family gatherings.
The owners started the repair process spending over and above what was needed with the intention of staying in their much-loved property. With evidence of all these repairs, there is now an opportunity for someone to finish the repairs to their own liking and make this private sanctuary their own.
If you’re even slightly intrigued, this needs to be at the top of your shopping list!
Owning a home is a keystone of wealth… both financial affluence and emotional security.Suze Orman