Deadline Sale (will not be sold prior) 4pm, Wed 13…
To be sold by deadline sale (by 13 Jul)
4, Millpond Place, Parklands, Christchurch, Coastal-Burwood Community, Christchurch City, Canterbury, 8083, New Zealand
SOLD for $920,000
A stunning home in an equally impressive setting, 4 Millpond Place in Waitikiri epitomises quality and certainly does not disappoint. Architecturally designed by NZIA Gold Medal recipient Peter Beaven and built by House of the Year award firm Honeybone Builders, the home is immediately striking from the street and this continues throughout.
A private and sheltered courtyard with an expansive decking area greets you upon arrival and is the perfect location for entertaining or enjoying some quiet time. Downstairs comprises of the master bedroom with a generous walk-in-wardrobe that continues through to the tiled and sleek ensuite. The living area encompasses views to both the outdoor courtyard as well as the reserve with a focal point toward the stunning gas fire.
The well-appointed kitchen flows seamlessly through to the dining area which, whilst is open-plan, provides a feeling of privacy and an intimate space. Upstairs, two further bedrooms are complemented by the stylish bathroom. The sunny and warm area at the top of the stairs offers the perfect spot to relax and read a book. Throughout the home, the feeling of space is continuous with the cathedral-like ceilings providing a further element of grandeur to a very special home. Light, bright and bathed in sunlight, the home is naturally warm throughout the year.
Accompanying the home is the communal lawn which is used by the residents of Millpond Village and just adds to the strong sense of community that is evident throughout Waitikiri. With the owner on the move, this gorgeous home is sure to make the very top of your shopping list so call Shaun or Liam today to enquire.
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