Kaiapoi Real Estate

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556 Rangiora Leithfield Road

Canterbury Area
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556 Rangiora Leithfield Road Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Harcourts Kaiapoi - Four Seasons Realty 2017 Ltd
Plans Have Changed, Lifestyle Block on Offer!
Sefton, what a lovely community to live in, 35 minutes from Christchurch, a local pub close by and 10 minutes to Rangiora township. On offer is a 4 ha block, with a brand new Colorsteel shed ready to go. No ordinary shed though, this has been purposely built with insulation, double glazing, heat pump, plumbing and electricity (two phase), to enable the owner to use as either storage or a base to plan the build of the new home that will be. (Please note consented as a shed only, no septic system). Three phase power is at the gate, the land is fully fenced with an impressive entrance of timber fencing and gabions, and the boundary fencing is sheep/deer fencing and posts. Rangiora Leithfield Road is a sealed road with easy access to State Highway 1. Water is provided by the local scheme and the water tank is already installed. Tunnel house, chook run and dog kennel will be left for the new owner as well as other chattels. On a very slight elevation, you will be able to build your dream home and take advantage of the stunning vista, views directly of Mount Grey and Christchurch's Port Hills. Do not miss this opportunity to secure this gorgeous block, call me now to book your private tour. Deadline Treaty Thursday 20 Sep 12:00 p.m. (Unless Sold Prior) Please be aware that this information has been supplied by the vendor and/or sourced from: Property Guru, Property Smarts, Land Information NZ, Local Councils, ECAN, CERA and other organisations. Additionally, the property may or may not comply with the Healthy Homes Standards. Harcourts Four Seasons Realty 2017 Ltd is merely passing over this information as supplied to us. We cannot guarantee its accuracy or reliability and recommend purchasers undertake their own due diligence regarding these items.
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