If you are looking for a home situated on a quiet cul-de-sac and close to the many amenities on offer around the vibrant suburb of Hornby, then come and see what we have found for you! Lomax Place has been constructed around Lomax Reserve and number 2a is perfectly positioned to fully enjoy the park.
This solid 1970s block constructed home is a must see with a lot to offer those starting out, as it is well priced, well maintained and enjoys a corner location designed for full use and private enjoyment. A labour of love by our vendors has transformed the gardens to an oasis of bounty and beauty with the entire section given over to providing the household with an abundance of quality fruit & veggies. All the hard work has been done here for you with raised beds, irrigation, patios & a great selection of established fruiting trees and bushes.
A sun drenched front porch frames the main entry that leads directly to the inviting living area which is well-appointed and contains a wall mounted heatpump & a newly laid carpet. The dcor here is fresh & contemporary and continues throughout the home, adding much to the underlying feel-good ambience.
The bright & spacious kitchen has excellent storage and counter spaces, with a new stove, trendy vinyl planking flooring & ample room for family dining.
Direct street access to the single attached garage that has a rear door to the private courtyard & into the separate large laundry.
Both double bedrooms are side-by side, are generous, tastefully decorated and have built in robes. The sleeping quarters are serviced by a separate bathroom, WC and have both a heatpump & nitestore to ensure maximum warmth.
Zoned TC1 with all EQC cosmetic works complete, this is a must view property that will have broad appeal so viewing is highly recommended.
Please be aware that this information has been sourced from third parties including Property-Guru/ Christchurch City Council/ CERA and we have not been able to independently verify the accuracy of the same. Land and Floor area measurements are approximate and boundary lines are indicative only.