27 days ago

Immaculate On Ararata

The Team from Neighbourly Property

Seldom Available I present to you this ohhh so tidy home situated about 10 minutes drive from Hawera and with mountain to sea views that are simply amazing.

The home has been mostly renovated and features spacious open plan living, with a logfire, new kitchen and indoor/outdoor flow to the deck that's perfectly positioned for daytime sun.

There are 3 double bedrooms, plus an office, a sunny sun room at the front that's light and bright. Separate toilet at the rear as is the bathroom which is also home to the laundry.

The section is fully fenced with a single garage, and 2 garden sheds.

Other features include:
Ceiling insulation
Rewired
Reroofed approx 3 years ago
Water is roof water
Septic tank

More messages from your neighbours
19 hours ago

Dripping with Charm!

The Team from Neighbourly Property

Elegant, romantic, timeless .... Villa lovers be quick. Floorplan options for all with the main dwelling offering two living (one formal), 2 bed OR 3 bed, one living. Often sought but seldom found also a self contained double room with toilet and shower to cater as an additional bedroom, office or "work from home"!

Clever design incorporates secluded outdoor inter-connecting covered patio to relax, entertain and admire the peaceful backyard. The character can't fail to delight and ohhhhh that wallpaper! Choose between 1 gas fire, 2 open fireplaces or a heatpump.

"Love character"? .... Come and experience the charm today.

M L
22 hours ago

What's On: OPEN DAY

Michelle from Stratford

Discover what Te Wera Valley Lodge can offer your school, business, team or family occasion.
OPEN DAY
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3 days ago

Menzshed Hawera

Geoffrey Coubrough from Menzshed Hawera

South Taranaki’s first Mens Shed proposed
A meeting last Saturday afternoon in the Hawera Club attracted thirty members of the public, interested in establishing a Mens Shed in the town.
Welcomed by Geoff Coubrough who, along with Peter Gulliver, has been exploring the possibilities of creating a shed in Hawera. After a period of researching the concept and visiting the Whanganui and New Plymouth sheds they had concluded the time was right to convene a meeting of interested parties to try and get a shed up and running.
Mr Coubrough, then introduced Murray Campbell, a member of the Henley Mens Shed in Masterton, to explain the background of the movement and how Mens Sheds operated. Mr Campbell opened his address by showing a video, filmed in his shed, promoting the benefits such a shed generated to not only its members, but the wider community.
He then went on to explain how, in the mid nineties in rural Australia it was realised that men over the age of 65 were committing suicide at an alarming rate. Research showed that these men, following retirement, became isolated, lonely, depressed and ultimately suicidal. They had a mental health problem. The idea was born that if a building with tools in it was made available, men came, and by working together, created new friendships, passed on and learned new skills and generally enjoyed the camaraderie which improved their health and well being.
Since then the phenomenon has spread worldwide with around 130 sheds operating in New Zealand. Murray described some of the challenges which presented themselves each day, from broken chairs to kindergartens requiring toys and equipment to be made or repaired and requests from individuals and organisations for assistance. Mens sheds are busy places.
The meeting finally elected a steering committee, headed by Geoff Coubrough, to form a Mens shed and seek a suitable building to base it in.