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The Classic VillaCanterbury, Christchurch, Christchurch City
The Classic Villa has a unique location in Christchurch city centre, on a very quiet and relaxed one-way pedestrian boulevard directly opposite the Christchurch Arts Centre and only minutes from Christchurch city-centre's major attractions. The property is a late 1800s Victorian Townhouse that has been extensively renovated and tastefully refurbished with the new owner's flair.
Only steps away for an early morning stroll through the park are the Christchurch Botanic Gardens. Breakfast can be taken in the luxury dining room or alfresco in the private paved courtyard with open gas fire. A shared lounge and outdoor barbecue area are available for guests to share their experiences over a glass of wine, coffee or tea.
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- Walking distance to: Christchurch Arts Centre, Museum, Art Gallery, BotanicGardens, Town Hall, Cathedral Square, Court Theatre, movies and casino
- punting on Avon River
- central city shops, cafés, restaurants, bars and craft stalls
- Inner City Tram stops opposite
- Christchurch airport, 20 mins
- Antarctic Centre
- Aoraki Balloon Safaris
- Christchurch Gondola
- TranzAlpine Express
- Christchurch Botanic Gardens
- Punting on the River Avon
- show Friars listed activities in a radius of 5Km., 30Km., or 60Km. of The Classic Villa
contact detailsPeter Morrison and Jan Clarke
17 Worcester Boulevard
(region: Canterbury, Christchurch, Christchurch City)
Phone +64-3-377 7905
Fax +64-9-377 0210
Directions: From airport, take main route to city. Follow Park Tce into Rolleston Ave. Turn left into Worcester Boulevard to the Classic Villa on the left.
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