Deadline Sale (will not be sold prior) 4pm, Wed 13…
To be sold by deadline sale (by 13 Jul)
126 Effingham Street, North New Brighton, Christchurch 8083, New Zealand
Price by Negotiation
Large families looking for a quality family home in an up and coming beachside community. Take note 126 Effingham Street is a rare opportunity for you to snare the complete package. The current owners have poured their heart and soul into this home but with the decision made to take on a new project their loss is your gain.
The home itself is impressive in all respects boasting five double bedrooms and two generous living spaces which provide space and separation when required. On the ground floor the main living area opens out onto an attractive outdoor entertaining area on one side and an impressive open-plan kitchen on the other. The kitchen has undergone recent renovations and offers all of the modern conveniences. Newly painted, new carpet throughout and a consented fireplace as well as a heat pump means this space is easy to heat and cool all year round. In addition to the three well sized bedrooms on the first floor the second storey has two further large bedrooms one of which is the master bedroom complete with ample storage and a stylish ensuite. A huge second living space provides the perfect space for a teenagers hangout or a games or rumpus room. Fully fenced, complete with a new driveway, loads of off street car parking, a double garage and even a partially heated in ground pool complete this already enticing package.
Located in popular North Beach, within walking distance to Waimairi Beach and in zone for SBHS and AGHS means that you will have everything you require at your doorstep. Quality family homes such as this are a timeless find and present and enviable lifestyle for one fortunate family for many years to come. Interest will be swift so do not delay and contact Shaun, Liam or Kieren of Bayleys Prestons to arrange a time to view.
Owning a home is a keystone of wealth… both financial affluence and emotional security.Suze Orman