55 days ago

Your Lifestyle Community - Without the Fish-Hooks

The Team from Neighbourly Property

Come and Check out Keston Mews... where the community of "over 55's" enjoy a free life without all the fish-hooks attached. You own your home "outright"... they are freehold unit titles... just a 1% sell-back goes back into the body corp ($58 per week) when you decide to sell... other than that.... all the capital gain is yours. You'll really want to move here. The current owners say its like being on holiday 24/7. You own your home outright... when you go to sell - just 1% goes back into the bodycorp. They are situated on freehold unit titles, and at $58 per week for your body corp fee, you'll be happy (the fee covers lawns mowed, gardens, long term maintenance, house insurance - making for an easy lifestyle).
2 Eskdale Lane features: Set right in the heart of Keston Mews where you'll have a great outlook over the comings and goings of the life around you. 2 bedrooms plus a study, double garage, ensuite, and a very good size with plenty of windows. The exterior cladding is a combination of Integra Panel, and Hardies Linear weatherboard. You'll love how sunny and spacious this home is. Comes with dishwasher, heatpump, alarm, fully insulated, double glazing, lush carpets and clean lines - you'll be smiling every day.
Buying is as simple as 1.2.3.4
1. Choose the new townhouse you would like
2. Submit an offer and put your home on the market
3. Once your home has sold... then the deposit is paid
4. Move in
Make sure you don't miss out, as these are selling fast. Some are already under offer. Come along to our open homes on a Thursday 11-12, Saturday and Sunday 12-2. Lisa Sigley will answer any questions you have. A relaxed place to live...free up time. Free up money. Pick up the phone and call Lisa Sigley on 021722281 today.

More messages from your neighbours
2 hours ago

Poll: Do you support a sugar tax? What should NZ do about its high child obesity rate?

Brittany Keogh Reporter from Central Leader

Hi neighbours, an international report has ranked NZ's child obesity rate second-worst in the OECD with 39 per cent of Kiwi kids overweight or obese. Unicef is now calling for the Government to introduce a sugar tax to curb the problem. Would you support this? What do you think needs to be done about child obesity? Read the full story here: www.stuff.co.nz...

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Do you support a sugar tax? What should NZ do about its high child obesity rate?
  • 50% Yes, I would support a sugar tax
    50% Complete
  • 16.7% No, the Government shouldn't police people's eating habits
    16.7% Complete
  • 33.3% No, education would be more effective than a tax
    33.3% Complete
  • 0% Other (I'll tell you in the comments)
    0% Complete
36 votes
16 minutes ago

What's On: Matakana Hall Market

Lynda from Manly

Another beautiful selection of local craft, Vintage collectibles etc. Designer clothing, produce and plants. Come along to see something unique and different. All enquires welcome. ph 0272522194.
Matakana Hall Market
  • Matakana Hall
29 minutes ago

When bags move like ballerinas

The Team from Auckland Museum

Ballerinas twist, turn and move so gracefully that they often seem other-worldly, but would you ever compare a ballerina to a bag?

In our Carried Away: Bags Unpacked exhibition, artist Isaac Katzoff’s glass bag got itself a nickname of just that: the ballerina. The nickname was given after the bag hinted at graceful movement while it was under the spotlight in the photography studio - it's inner performer was at the ready.

Although the Museum holds many objet d’art (art objects), the beautiful photography and images of the collection are themselves works of art, as this image of Katzoff's bag here is. Museum photographers work behind the scenes to create images of objects that act as both documentation and art.

As Artweek Auckland comes to a close this weekend, we wanted to showcase just one of many of the wonderful objet d'art from within our Applied Arts & Design collection.

Come and see 'the ballerina' for yourself, alongside many other wonderful works of art at Carried Away: Bags Unpacked, on now and free with Museum entry.

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