Nestled away in a beautiful garden setting, just a short distance from Oamaru township, is a private residence available for the first time in more than 30 years. Well suited for all day sun, this sizable home is sure to impress with its modern easy living feeling. There is a generous open plan living and dining space, which is heated with a wood burner, and optional heat pump for comfort and warmth. The stylish Rimu kitchen (with additional walk in pantry) is light, very functional and boasts a breakfast bar. Space for the whole family consists of 4 bedrooms all with double wardrobes, the master bedroom (including en suite) is north facing and has views of the paddocks making it a tranquil space. The full-size family bathroom with spa bath and shower, is modern and the home has additional storage throughout. There's an array of outdoor areas including gardens, paddocks, a double garage with workshop, large double caravan shed, a utility shed and 4-bay shed. A shearing shed, sheep yards and chicken coup are sure to please, as are the 5 well-fenced paddocks with a lane to run stock up to the yards, and established shelter belts. The vendors instructions are to sell and a quick possession is available.
Buyer Enquiry Over $745,000
Contact Sue Newton Gaze on 022 691 4795
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Come and view the extensive range of headstones at Avenal Park Funeral Home.
We have a variety of shapes, sizes and colours - black, grey, green, blues and reds and some unique designs. We work with you - from your ideas, through to the layout and design process and onto the installation stage.
Avenal Park Funeral Home are registered Monumental Masons and we are available to work in cemeteries throughout Southland and Otago.
We also offer a cleaning and restoration service for existing headstones.
Please phone us on 03 218 9021 to arrange a time for you to discuss your requirements and to look through our showroom at Avenal Park Funeral Home, 75 Fox Street, Invercargill.
The Melbourne Cup can be seen as an excuse for people to dress to the nines and get so drunk that they often miss seeing the races.
The physical and psychological pain these horses suffer is immense, with the movement against horse racing growing as animal welfare advocates call for change. What do you think? Should horse racing be banned? Vote in the poll below.
29.7% Definitely - it’s inhumane29.7% Complete
14.9% No - it’s a bit of harmless fun14.9% Complete
4.1% I don’t have an opinion4.1% Complete
51.2% Only for those found guilty of abuse51.2% Complete