Kapiti Observer : September 15th 2011
17 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2011 SUNDAY 1.15pm RAUMATI BEACH Park the Boat, Bus, Cars, Camper... and you! After securing all your recreational vehicles behind the gate there's still space to roll in and out of the internal access double garage, and a great sized garden for outdoor living too. Yes this near new home is fabulously laid out on its site and is perfect if you need the extra space. The home, with master builders warranty displays quality throughout with Hinuera stone exterior, double glazing, roomy open plan living, 3 good size bedrooms, plus bonus features like the double shower fittings in the ensuite. Call Mike today 0800 88 73 62. 4 BECKETT LANE BEO $510,000 WWW.OPEN2VIEW.COM/236362 SUNDAY 12.30pm PARAPARAUMU Rejuvenated Fifties Family Delight! Centred on a sunny and expansive 975m2 section you'll find this solidly built and fully renovated 3 bedroom fifties home with so much to offer. At nearly a quarter acre your family can fill the outdoor spaces with fun and laughter in this safe and secure, fully fenced and pet friendly property which has beautifully landscaped gardens. Inside you'll immediately see and feel the extensive renovations throughout, a powerful heat- pump, insulation above and below, a dream kitchen and spacious living finished in modern colour schemes all with a touch of glamour. Both lounge and kitchen flow beautifully to outdoor living and decks east and west perfect for your families alfresco dining and BBQ'S. Situated in tree lined street, easy walking distance to rail, the local sports domain, kindys, schools and Coastlands. Make your appointment today Call Mike on 0800 88 73 62. 68 AORANGI ROAD BEO $355,000 WWW.OPEN2VIEW.COM/251842 SUNDAY 2.00pm Sunrise to Sunset! Step to another world presenting 360 degree views. This sophisticated 3 bedroom & study home will reward its owners with spectacular sunsets to unwind from the daily stresses of life. Elevated, in premier cul-de-sac and built in brick with a master-build warranty, you'll love the sense of security here. A warming palate of colours contrasted by crisp, contemporary, composite bench-tops create a comfortable environment that's both stylish and serene. Centrally heated throughout, double glazed, two toilets plus two spacious living areas each with remarkable framed views. Outdoors there's total landscaping, plus bonus seating area to grandstand coastal views. Even better, you are only a few minutes stroll to Raumati Village, with its cafes, shops, schools and beach. Few new homes offer these views this close to the village. Call Mike asap to avoid disappointment 0800 88 73 62. 9 BECKETT LANE BEO $575,000 WWW.OPEN2VIEW.COM/247655 RAUMATI BEACH SUNDAY 3.30pm PARAPARAUMU WWW.OPEN2VIEW.COM/251417 Walking on Sunshine! This happy 4 bedroom home captures heaps of sun and has excellent outdoor living and elevation. From the deck theres a lovely outlook to Kapiti, while inside you'll find the rooms nicely decorated, two spacious living areas, a quality bathroom with spa bath, and two toilets too. 94 AORANGI ROAD PRICE BY NEGOTIATION 55 CALLENDER TERRACE, PARAPARAUMU BEACH 3 bed family home with direct access to golf course. www.remax.co.nz/84192 OPEN HOME SUNDAY 2.45pm Villa Real Estate Ltd - Licensed REAA 2008 MREINZ 4034239AA A less salubrious history By PRIYANKA BHONSULE Back for more: Te Radar, pondering New Zealand history on Petone Foreshore, is back with his show Eating the Dog. With the entire country crossing their fingers for an All Black win in the Rugby World Cup, com- edian Te Radar is turning his attention to the less successful endeavours of Kiwis. Te Radar is back in Wellington with Eating the Dog, a show com- plete with photographs, maps and stuffed animals. The show's eclectic audiences surprised him last year, with a dreadlocked and pierced young couple sitting next to an elderly lady wearing pearls. It was good to see lots of famil- ies, too, which I'm trying to encourage, because there aren't a lot of comedy theatre shows for younger audiences. This is for anyone from nine to 99 -- a celebration of New Zealand and her many stories.'' Te Radar says Downstage Theatre wanted something New Zealand-related to put on during the Rugby World Cup. Eating the Dog is great for its Kiwi stories, and it might give tourists an idea of where to travel around New Zealand. He admits that there are two very small anecdotes about rugby. Eating the Dog is a reminder that even when things go com- pletely, utterly and irretrievably pear-shaped . . . she'll be right. Eating the Dog, Downstage Theatre, Wellington.
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