Kapiti Observer : January 10th 2013
19 KAPITI OBSERVER, JANUARY 10, 2013 REGIONAL OUTLOOK G.B.R. Realty Ltd Licensed Under REAA 2008 238 Main Highway Otaki www.otakiproperty.co.nz 364 8350 ONE UNIT OF VALUE! OTAKI 1/234 Mill Road, OTAKI This classic low maintenance 70's 2 bedroom unit is spacious and tidy! The bathroom, toilet and kitchen are all in good working order and the auto opening garage has shelving in place. Rates of $1774 P.A. Handy to all amenities. Good morning and afternoon sun. RV $155,000. Listed at 'Offers around $165,000'. OPEN HOME: SUNDAY 13th JANUARY 2 - 2.45 pm www.otakiproperty.co.nz ID# 2256242 Contact: JOANNE SAUNDERS 027 890 2271 BANK SAYS SELL!! 16 Duncans Way, OTAKI BEACH Views to the Tararua Ranges & glimpses of sea. Quality elevated, 683m2 beach section in Duncans Way. Easy walk to beach & dairy. On bus route. RV $140,000 now asking $99,900. All offers considered - so put your best offer forward! www.otakiproperty.co.nz ID# #2156214 Contact: JOANNE SAUNDERS 027 890 2271 ENJOY THE SUMMERS!! 19 Karaka St, OTAKI BEACH Low maintenance 2 bedroom beach bach, with newly renovated kitchen. Easy care 701m2 section, just a short stroll to the beach. Imagine those summer BBQ's & family holidays. Are you ready to move in and enjoy?Offers around $210,000 (adjoining 597m2 section also available for sale) OPEN HOME: SUNDAY 13th JANUARY 1 - 1.45pm www.otakiproperty.co.nz ID# 2234687 Contact: JOANNE SAUNDERS 027 890 2271 FAMILY GARDEN HAVEN 98 Ringwhati Rd, OTAKI Your 2ac+ of quality, elevated land gives all day sun, views, and the basis of a wonderful garden and orchard. Sheltering & nurturing the 4 bedroom home with several generous formal and informal, indoor and outdoor living spaces, seeing is believing! Garage, workshop,storage is a plus!! Well fenced and private, stylish and relaxed, this could be just the haven you seek?? Offers around $660,000 www.otakiproperty.co.nz ID# 2208850 Contact: GRANT ROBERTSON 021 660 113 BEST VALUE BARE LAND LOT 9 Hanawera Ridge Road, MANAKAU This 1.8HA quality soil, located in a quiet cul de sac, close to Manakau village. Brilliant rural views from the gently sloping site. A spring fed stream rises on the property, and a communal water scheme is also available. will not last - this quality - this price. Offers around $235,000 www.otakiproperty.co.nz ID# 2124095 Contact: GRANT ROBERTSON 021 660 113 IDYLLIC LIFESTYLE - TE HORO 205 Old Hautere Rd, TE HORO 'Just Right' just got better! Your 3 bedroom, 170m2 home is situated in one of Te Horo's most preferred roads, in a delightful mature setting, and with excellent indoor/ outdoor areas. The hobby Olive block of leading varieties is balanced with pastures for your pets. A generous triple garage and office complement the lifestyle. At the new reduced asking price, you can be in place to start the new school year at Te Horo. School bus at gate. Offers around $550,000 could make it yours. www.otakiproperty.co.nz ID# #2075792 Contact: GRANT ROBERTSON 021 660 113 Outstanding agents. Outstanding results. KAPITI --- HOROWHENUA NOBODY IN THE WORLD SELLS MORE REAL ESTATE THAN RE/MAX.* NORTHSIDE REALTY LIMITED MREINZ (Licensed Agent under REAA 2008) WWW.REMAX.CO.NZ LEVIN TRACKSIDE VILLAS - A WINNING DOUBLE RJ Ker Contractors Ltd is now constructing Levin's newest lifestyle village.With a unique rural outlook these 2 bedroom villas have options of 7 floor plans and double garages. With unit title, any capital gain is yours. The village has a resident caretaker which means you can lock up and travel or just enjoy the benefits of living in Horowhenua including Levin's beaches, aquatic centre, library and many clubs. Come and view our showhome, Villa 6,Thursdays, Saturdays & Sundays 1-2pm from 10 January 2013 or call Katie on 0800 600 096 for an information pack. Priced from $195,000 www.remax.co.nz ID # 46957 VIEW 10, 12 & 13 JAN 1.00-2.00PM KATIE MILES 0800 6000 96 0274 515-044 Vibrant: The Festival of the Elements can be relied on to bring a splash of colour and creativity to Porirua each Waitangi Day. Festival expanding Porirua's Festival of the Elements just keeps growing, says its organising committee chairman Bob Cater, as prepara- tions continue towards its 22nd incarnation next month. In fact, it's outgrown itself on several occasions . . . and still seems to be getting bigger and bigger.'' Last Waitangi Day the festi- val attracted more than 30,000 people to Te Rauparaha Park, the biggest number since its comparatively modest beginning at Aotea Lagoon in 1992. Back then, we thought we wouldgetabitofacrowd-- several hundred, maybe. But it was several thousand. We were overwhelmed and parking became our biggest problem. Aotea Lagoon was the ideal venue except for coping with the crowds. Unfortunately, it just wasn't big enough for the numbers.'' Mr Cater says the festival began with the idea that Waitangi Day should celebrate diversity and unity -- a coming together in harmony of many cultures. We felt we all had something great to celebrate and that Waitangi Day was the most fitting occasion. We're happy to say that thousands of people agree with us, obviously, and thousands are continuing to give their support.'' The Festival of the Elements also uses the concept of creative power, each year emphasising a different theme from the ele- ments of fire, water, earth and air. This year the theme is air. There is plenty of scope for artistic expression, movement and colour,'' Mr Cater says. And there is plenty of opportunity and freedom for individuals and groups to display the uniqueness of their cultures.'' Programme organiser Marga- ret Armour says next month's festival is set to be the biggest held in Porirua. We have a line-up of top entertainers, performers and exhibitors along with a wide variety of stalls, workshops and displays.'' There are changes from previous festivals. Some of the entertainment and acts are new and unusual,'' Ms Armour says. Some shows will be longer. It's an exciting opportunity to share and enjoy our diverse cultures. All made possible by the Treaty signing.''
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