687 days ago

Just Listed in Your Neighbourhood

LJ Hooker Palmerston North

🏡 New to the Market in Palmerston North
📬 10 Purdie Place, Milson
🛏️ 2 Bedrooms | 🚿 1 Bathroom | 🚘 Double garage

Tucked away for privacy in this convenient Milson location stands proudly this good looking low maintenance townhouse.

Prepare to be super impressed as this house has the most extra generous open plan living area possible for a townhouse of this size with heaps of room for furniture, a large dining table PLUS the kitchen area is a great size too.

The master bedroom is a GIANT with brilliant double wardrobes and the second bedroom again very generous.

Double internal access garage, a separate, bathroom, plus separate toilet area.

Afternoons and evenings spent outside in the courtyard area will be lovely for relaxing or entertaining and the garden area easy to manage. If you are looking to scale down but, still require amazing living areas to accommodate furnishings and family this home is for you.

Situated in a lovely quiet cul-de-sac area with plenty of parking and only a couple of minutes walk to the local shopping centre for everything you need.

Please be quick or you will be disappointed, this is a fabulous property.

Contact Karen Humphrey - LJ Hooker Today!

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Ladies Motorcycle Clothing

John from Feilding

Good afternoon neighbours.

I seem to remember a lady selling some woman’s motorcycle clothing a few weeks back but I can’t find the post anymore. Would anyone know the lady selling the items and if they are still available?

Many thanks.

1 day ago


Gordon from Roslyn - Terrace End

Anyone list a lion found in car park near Kears coffee on the terrace

9 hours ago

Our Rural Environs - an exhibition by Manawatu artist Graham Christensen

Natasha from Ashhurst - Pohangina

Exhibition opening: 3pm Sunday 30th Jan
Please join us at the Feilding and District Art Society (104 Manchester St, Feilding) to celebrate Graham's latest work at the opening of this exciting exhibition. Wine and light refreshments will be served. No need to book, there is no charge. Everyone is welcome.

About the Artist:
Graham Christensen lives on a farm near Palmerston North and paints from a large, light-filled studio – a converted room at the back of the barn.

He regularly exhibits throughout the Manawatu/Rangitikei region, including opening his studio annually for the Art Trail Manawatu.

Graham’s paintings depict his life-long love of farming and the unique landscape that New Zealand offers. His latest works are captured moments, many from his son’s beef farm in Pohangina Valley, that illustrate the peaceful beauty that surrounds us - if we take the time to look for it.

Graham was searching for a form of relaxation when he picked up a paint brush in his early 60’s - what he found was a life changing improvement in his mental health. Graham say’s “Painting is so peaceful, to me it’s like meditation. You are very mindful when you paint, you are concentrating on the paint and the movement of the brush. You’re not thinking about anything else and that makes my mind feel very still and spacious.”

Another benefit that he found, is that he now sees beauty in places he previously saw as ordinary. He’s always on the look out for inspiration or a new scene to paint and has learnt that by just taking a moment to stop and really look around, there is beauty everywhere. A mob of cows with their calves peacefully chewing their cud on a sunny afternoon, the contrast of light and the shadows along the fern-lined bank of a meandering stream, even a friendly conversation being held between farmers at the local sock yards invokes in the viewer a memory or a sense that you instinctively know that very scene - and are somehow part of the story.

A charity that is close to Graham’s heart is the Manawatu Rural Support Service, an organisation that specialises in supporting the stability and wellbeing of our local farmers and their families. The proceeds of the sale of ‘Ready for Shearing’ - included in this exhibition, will be donated to this wonderful and very essential, rural service.

Exhibition runs 31st Jan - 18th Feb.
Opening hours: Weekdays 10am - 4pm, Saturdays 10am - 1pm.

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