Rangiora Property for Sale

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3 Meadow Street

Canterbury Area
3 Meadow Street Canterbury Area
proudly marketed by
Susan Mullink
Mike Pero Real Estate Ltd Licensed REAA (2008)
Own your Piece of History!
Step back in time and embrace the charm of yesteryears with this well-kept historic gem. Built in the late 1870's by a local storekeeper, called William Campbell as a rental cottage, this property has been around for a long time. It is a testament to New Zealand's rich heritage, offering a glimpse into the past while presenting heaps of potential for the new owners to add their stamp. When walking towards the property, you will instantly fall in love with the white painted picket fence and the verandah at the front, offering the perfect spot for relaxing while watching the world go by. Inside you will be welcomed by a spacious kitchen and dining area, with a log fire to make it even more cozy during the colder days. A second separate lounge offers extra space to spread out. French doors opening to the private BBQ area offer a fantastic indoor-outdoor flow and provide the perfect spot for gatherings of any size with views over, west facing garden. The property has several garden sheds, great for storing all the tools and toys or for doing some tinkering. With 3 bedrooms this property is the perfect size for a family or for having guests staying over. Situated in a sought-after location, opposite the Food Forest and within walking distance of a variety of amenities, this property offers convenience at your doorstep. This building is not heritage listed, giving you freedom to update or renovate the property to add value. Don't miss out on this opportunity to own a piece of New Zealand's past while shaping its future. Contact Susan or Natarsha today! Property Files available via this link: https://mikepero.com/RX3836958/ Please be aware that this information has been sourced from third parties. View our property information disclaimer here: mikepero.com/property-disclaimer/
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