Kapiti Observer : May 19th 2011
35 THURSDAY, MAY 19, 2011 Mahara Real Estate Limited MREINZ 9 Mahara Place, Waikanae Licensed Agent REAA 2008 www.kapitiproperty.co.nz 04 902 7800 PERFECTLY POSITIONED 7 MANU GROVE, WAIKANAE Prepare to be impressed! Generous proportions greet you from the moment you open the front door. Wide welcoming entrance opening to a spacious living area which extends to a cosy private patio. 3 bedrooms, spacious dining opening into a sunny conservatory, light bright kitchen, 2 bathrooms, double garage with extensive storage & internal access. A fully fenced 609m2 section. Located in a private, well established quiet cul-de-sac in the heart of central Waikanae. Tender Closes Wednesday 25th May 2011 @ 2.00pm Viewing Sunday 3.30 - 4.00pm Contact Maria Longstaff Mobile 027 565 6598 firstname.lastname@example.org Web www.kapitiproperty.co.nz 1627550 www.open2view.com 245243 OPEN HOME OPEN HOME PRICED TO SELL! - 382 TE MOANA ROAD, WAIKANAE This solidly built 1970's affordable family home is positioned in a popular location. Offering 3 bedrooms, spacious living with cosy woodburner. Dining, sep kitchen & sunny conservatory which is warm & bright. Carport with sep workshop/storage area. Wonderful fully fenced section, great for kids & pets, complete with playhouse & tree fort. Better take a look! Price $345,000 Open Home Sunday 11.00 - 11.30am Web www.kapitiproperty.co.nz 1615257 Contact Maria Longstaff Mobile 027 565 6598 email@example.com Email SLEEK EXECUTIVE STYLE - 3 MCGREGOR PLACE, PARAPARAUMU Brand new & ready to be loved. 3 spacious bedrooms, very stylish bathrooms. The kitchen is positioned close to the dining & family room, very open & roomy, a good sized lounge with gas heating. Wide hallways & a computer cupboard as a compact office. This home has low decks from the living areas which open to the restful lake & peaceful views. Well crafted with good styling & excellent colours - this home would tick all the boxes for any family. Price $630,000 Web www.kapitiproperty.co.nz 1638540 Contact Ingrid Chew Mobile 027 442 9610 Email firstname.lastname@example.org S O OLDE BEACH CHARACTER - 63 WAIMEA ROAD, WAIKANAE BEACH 1930's character cottage preserved in time & tradition of beach holidays. Lovingly maintained, reroofed & rewired. Single garage plus 2 bunkrooms. Gorgeous garden full of fruit trees, natives & spring bulbs. Beach & cafes close by. First time on the market in 30yrs. Secure a piece of history. Tender Closes Friday 3rd June 2011 @ 5pm Viewing Sunday 1.30 - 2.00pm Web www.kapitiproperty.co.nz 3557 Contact Bretta Jarden M 027 231 7310 H 04 293 7654 E email@example.com 04 902 7800 HANDIEST TOWNHHOUSE AROUND - 18A NGAIO ROAD, WAIKANAE Motivated Vendor has found another & is willing to look at reasonable offers. Tastefully modernised throughout, repainted inside & out. Spacious kitchen, 2 bedrooms, sunny living & private deck. Small easy care section for convenience. A short stroll to local shops, rail & cafes. Price $275,000 - what's your offer? Viewing Sunday 11.00 - 11.30pm Web www.kapitiproperty.co.nz 3556 Contact M 027 H04 E firstname.lastname@example.org Bretta Jarden 231 7310 293 7654 Mahara Real Estate Ltd MREINZ Licensed Agent REAA 2008 www.kapitiproperty.co.nz OPEN HOME OPEN HOME Kapiti experience: Teachers and students from Number 57 School in Beijing with some of their Kapiti College hosts outside the Kapiti Coast District Council offices. The college has hosted four teachers and 20 students from its sister school for the past fortnight. The tourists visited attractions such as Nga Manu as well as heading into Wellington to visit Te Papa. On Friday the contingent met Kapiti mayor Jenny Rowan at the Kapiti Coast District Council. Students from Kapiti College will visit the Beijing school in October. Youths speak out By KAROLINE TUCKEY Young speakers will be putting the final touches on their words of inspi- ration for tomorrow's regional Nga Manu Korero speech competition. The speech contest for secondary school students has been run since 1966, and gives students the oppor- tunity to enter in Maori or English. This year's event is being held in Porirua, with students from Kapiti College and Otaki College among those competing. Kapiti College head of Maori studies Paora Trim, the regional org- aniser for the Te Whanganui a Tara ki Otaki area, between Wellington and Otaki, says the competition has always been a good evening for spectators, with outstanding talent on display. It's very entertaining. You get a real wide range of types of speeches, from those who like to incorporate a little bit of comedy to those who have done a lot of research to those who have drawn on the experience of his- tory and are out to inspire. There's a lot of very inspiring young people amongst those speakers.'' The competition is from 9am till 5.30pm tomorrow at Te Rauparaha Arena, Porirua. Winners go to the nationals in Tauranga in September.
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