🏡 New to the Market in Palmerston North
📬 231 Grey Street, Palmerston North Central
🛏️ 3 Bedrooms | 🚿 1 Bathroom | 🚘 Single garage
This hot affordable three-bedroom home will appeal to all home buyers, investors or anyone looking for a fantastic warm inviting home centrally located in the city.
The light and open plan kitchen has loads of storage, which overlooks the dining area flowing through to the separate lounge, this can be closed off from the rest of the house when desired.
Three sunny double bedrooms.
Plenty of heating here with a heat pump, gas and a night store heater.
Bonus features include aluminium windows, new infinity gas water system and security doors.
A family bathroom with a shower and bath, and a separate toilet through to the laundry.
A single garage with an electric opening door.
Enjoy your own private fully fenced back yard - plenty of space for the kids and pets to play safely.
All of this within close proximity to Melody's New world, Terrace End shops, Bus stops, the Hospital, and only a few minutes' walk to the CBD - all this completes this delightful package.
Call Tracie Van Rysewyk to view this beauty on 021 143 7683.
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MX5 stolen this morning from Grey Street.
Personalised plates 'EVLMX5'
Silver hard top currently on it, but may now have black soft top up.
Please contact the police or 0274953666
The Feilding and District Art Society presents Our Rural Environs: an exhibition by Manawatu artist Graham Christensen.
Graham Christensen did not pick up an artist’s brush until his early 60’s but quickly showed a natural talent with oils and a great affinity with the rural landscape. He lives on a farm near Palmerston North in the Manawatu region and works from a large, light-filled studio – a converted room at the back of the barn.
Graham’s paintings depict his life-long love of farming and the rugged landscape that New Zealand offers. His latest works are a reminiscence of rural life and moments in time that make up the rich tapestry of our farming communities and their significant place in our country’s history.
The official opening of this event will be taking place at the Feilding Art Centre on Sunday 30th of January from 3pm.