Million dollar properties take off in Christchurch

Tuesday 23 March 2004

What is believed to be Christchurch's most expensive residential property is on the market with a price-tag of $5 million.

By The Landlord

Turawai – meaning running water – at 53 Fendalton Road, is set on 2376sq m of land, bordered by the Avon River and Mona Vale gardens.

The house dates from the early 1900s and has a group four heritage listing with the Christchurch City Council. It has been renovated twice, most recently by the present owners.

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