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86 Barkers Road

Canterbury Area
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130sqm
40473sqm
86 Barkers Road Canterbury Area
Openhome
Sunday
1pm - 1.30pm
Sunday
1pm - 1.30pm
proudly marketed by
Property Brokers Rangiora
Priced to sell!
This delightful 1945 character cottage is located on 4 hectares of land, nestled in the serene landscape of Ohoka, just 25km from the central city. This rare find offers a beautiful, recently renovated home with a blend of modern comforts with timeless charm. It's unique features will capture your heart, with paneling and vintage style windows adding to the cottage aesthetic. The master bedroom features double wardrobes, while the second bedroom, bathed in northern light, opens through French doors onto a deck. The spacious third bedroom offers stunning views of the surrounding land. The kitchen is a sympathetic blend of modern convenience and vintage charm. Adjacent to the kitchen, you'll find a handy scullery and laundry. A separate coffee room opens seamlessly onto a large deck, perfect for entertaining and enjoying the tranquil setting. The newly renovated family bathroom, new carpet and vinyl throughout, and quality drapes add to the comfort and appeal of this charming home. A cozy log burner and heat pump ensures warmth during the cooler months. Sustainability and self-sufficiency are at the heart of this property, with a 26,000L water tank and five self-feeding chicken coops. Additional features include a double garage with a workshop space, a separate insulated studio that can serve as a craft room or office, and a separate single storage shed. The beautiful property also boasts Wattle Dell and walking tracks, a spring-fed creek, and a pond, enhancing its natural beauty. The house paddocks are sheep fenced and the family garden is full of roses. This charming cottage is a rare opportunity that won't last long. Don't miss your chance to own this beautiful property. Schedule your viewing today and fall in love with your new home!
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