Rangiora Property for Sale

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Canterbury Area
Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
PGG Wrightson Real Estate Ltd
Forget the Cliche's, this Property is Unique
Located in North Loburn, this 8.3501 hectare property was first settled and established in 1880. Over the following 100 years the land was extensively planted in trees and shrubs, both exotic and natives. The variety of flora encountered on this property is impressive to say the least and would most certainly be hard to beat in North Canterbury. The productive fruit and nut varieties include but are not limited to, Walnuts, Almonds, Pistachios, Hazelnuts, Olives, Plum Peaches, Nectarines, Figs, Quinces, Feijoas and Persimmons. Some of these varieties would be unheard of in Canterbury, or possibly the south island however the micro-climate created by the grand specimen trees and mature plantings allow the lucky new owner to share their own 'Garden of Eden' with those they hold most dear. The home has received a number of updates over the years while retaining its charming character. Two heat pumps, some double glazing, insulation and some underfloor heating will ensure you're comfortable all year round. The master bedroom comes complete with an ensuite and walk-in-wardrobe. A second double bedroom plus a single are serviced by a family sized bathroom. A third double bedroom is ideal for guests being away from the other bedrooms and has access to a shower and toilet. The modern kitchen looks out to a dedicated and fully fenced dog area and the garden beyond. The main living room features exquisite windows providing plenty of natural light. A separate lounge can be shut off and is heated by a log burner. Families will appreciate the rumpus/pool room and workshop with access to the outdoors. Hosting family and friends is a breeze with a patio, spa and recently installed in-ground swimming pool. This is an opportunity not to be missed with modern conveniences and character all wrapped into one. Be proud to call this place home, get in touch with Paul or Nick today.
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