Serenity and bustle seem like opposing words. How could it be possible to have both? Actually it's easy! Come along to the open homes to experience this delightful paradox yourself!
This wonderful two bedroom home offers peace and serenity, yet boasts a quick stroll to the bustle of St Heliers Beach and Village. You truly have the best of both worlds right here! Let's add in Tamaki Drive and all the buses that travel to the city! No need to spend stressful, unproductive time in Auckland's tedious traffic!
This charming, lock-up-and-leave apartment, on one level has three inviting outdoor areas. The entrance to your new home is private and inviting. Through the front door there is a large storage area already plumbed for a separate laundry. Walking up the stairs you enter the spacious, sun-drenched lounge, open plan dining, and adjoining kitchen. Discover an unexpected treat with breathtaking north-facing views of Rangitoto and Waitemata harbour. Sun is your heater, however there is a gorgeous Italian Ravelli Pellet fireplace to ensure you are kept warm and cozy, creating a Winter ambience you won't want to retreat from. The floor plan has been thoughtfully designed for easy living and relaxing.
There are two outdoor retreats, the perfect way to enjoy lunch and cocktails with friends or quiet reflection time. At the back of the home there is a beautiful green area ready for a BBQ or playing with the kids. It truly is a stunning way to live!
This is one of the most surprising homes you will have the pleasure of viewing. We know you will love this one, so come along to our open homes and soak up this multifaceted oasis. This is a home that is sure to appeal to many, but can only have one new owner! Fingers crossed, it's YOU!
Does anyone have a cat trap they can lend me? An unknown cat has just ruined five or six new seedlings in my garden and I am not happy. I intend to treat the cat kindly and transport it to the SPCA. This has been going on for weeks. Today's disaster is the final straw. It's not the cat's fault but I am sick of neighbour's cats using my garden to shit in and make a mess. Needless to say they will also be hunting birds.
Auckland Council has alerted beach-goers to 39 city spots that have a "high risk" of illness from swimming.
The warnings come after yesterday's deluge of rain that overloaded parts of the storm and wastewater networks. A black alert indicating a very high risk of illness from swimming was issued for Castor Bay just after 3pm yesterday.
It's recommended that people do not enter the water while the warnings are in place.
Check here to see where's safe to swim.
Source: NZ Herald
It’s a beautiful day to get outdoors and have some fun. Come along to St Heliers Bowling Club and try your hand at Lawn bowls? All welcome from 1pm today.