Listed: Thu, 7 Apr
2 Cypress Place, Aramoho, Whanganui
Enquiries over $420,000
Bayleys Wanganui, (Licensed: REAA 2008)
1 off street carpark
Agency reference #
Fibre, ADSL, VDSL, Wireless
Move straight in to this recently renovated, beautifully presented home. The kitchen is modernized with new appliances and opens into a spacious open plan dining/living area. There are three large bedrooms that have wardrobes and wall heaters for the occasional chilly day. The house is complete with a modern bathroom and shower. There is new carpet and flooring, with neutral colours throughout. The house is fully fenced and includes a carport and a garden shed on an easy-to-maintain section. The current owners have already done the hard work for you! The above description is by Whanganui Mansions and may or may not be a fair description of this property, which is marketed by Bayleys Wanganui. Bayleys has no association with Whanganui Mansions. Whanganui Mansions have included the above information because we want to offer buyers a comprehensive list of properties for sale in this area.
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