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Upper Hutt Leader : August 17th 2011
39 UPPER HUTT LEADER, AUGUST 17, 2011 NEWS www.leaders.co.nz Nobody in the world sells more real estate than Each office independently owned and operated ® Leaders Licensed REA Act (2008) View www.open2view.com ID#250118 OPEN HOME SUN 1.00-1.30PM PANORAMIC VALLEY VIEWS * 4 Double Bedrooms ( Master with Ensuite & Walk in Wardrobe ) * Study or Office * Secure Internal access Double Garage * 2 Heat pumps & Cosy woodburner * Ir rigation garden system * RV $520,000. Absorb the Valley and native bush views from this spacious two level, four bedroom home on a 781 sqm section. Tucked away in a quiet grove in Riverstone te rraces, this stylish property offers a perfect opportunity for those who have busy lives a nd need to come home to relax and unwind. 3 bedrooms, separate living, entertainers kitchen and dining room on the lower level flow into the courtyard and garden setting overlooking native bu sh and pano ramic views of Upper Hutt and beyond. Enjoyyour own private space with the master bedroom, walk in wardrobe and ensuite separated on the second level. View now to avoid missing out on this low maintenance, well designed and immaculately pre s ented home. All offers will be considered on the 24th August 2011, 1pm at 31 Main Street Upper Hutt 4 1 2 www.leaders.co.nz/87167 RE/MAX Upper Hutt ANNETTE KIRK M 04 212 6699 PETER JOHNSTON M 04 5283 161 RIVERSTONE TERRACES 30 Ronald Scott TRENTHAM 36 Holdsworth Ave www.leaders.co.nz/87166 ANNETTE KIRK M 04 212 6699 PETER JOHNSTON M 04 5283 161 ASTUTE BUYERS - WILL SEE VALUE BEO $289,000 *3Bedrooms *Separatedining *Newcarpetthroughout *Carport*556sqmsection*100sqmhome. Choose your colours and add your value to this family home in sought after Holdsworth Avenue backing into Fergusson Intermediate, Refresh, revamp and add your value now. Contact the vendors exclusive agents Annette 04 2126699 or Peter045283161 3 1 1 View www.open2view.com ID#250151 OPEN HOME SUN 2.30-3.00PM RIVERSTONE TERRACES 14 James Nairn Grove www.leaders.co.nz/87168 TONY PITIROI M 021562564 O 2126582 BASK IN SUN AND VIEWS This spacious quality 4 bedroom brick and cedar home has been built to maximise its positioning for all day sun and uninterrupted mountain, river and valley views - features include: - Solid rimu floors, solid oakstaircase-Plushpilecarpetsinbedrooms-Gasheatingandextra Insulation throughout - G3 heat transfer plus heated DVS - Double glazing and tinted windows - Designer Kitchen with double pantry - Bosch wall oven and Bosch microwave oven - Bosch Gas Hobbs, Bosch Dishwasher - Separate downstairs room with external access - Large lounge area with views and room dividers - Large office/play area near kitchen/lounge - Master bedroom en-suite and walk in wardrobe - PBN 4 3 2 2 View www.open2view.com ID#249874 OPEN HOME SAT & SUN 1.45-2.15PM OUTSTANDING VALUE, LUXURY THROUGHOUT 10 WH 3.3x3.0 6.0 0x5.7 4.7x4.7 4.7x4. 5 4.0x4.5 6.0x x6.2 TOUGHENED D OBSC LOCK 810 KEE LOCK DOUBLEE GA RA AG GE W/R MASTER BEDROOM M BED. 3 LOUNGE Y N N FLOOR AREA: 300 sqM ROVER SALESPERSON ON SITE ON WEEKENDS FROM 1-3PM UNTIL THE SHOW HOME IS COMPLETE NEW GOLDEN HOMES ROVER PLAN SHOWHOME UNDER CONSTRUCTION Corner of SH2 and Norana Road 0800 506 507 11 14 4 423 23 23 For all your HOME LOAN NEEDS! Helen Wilkes 04-939 6058 76 Gibbons Street, Upper Hutt 2881327AG CHESS Snow in Upper Hutt limited the Upper Hutt Chess Club turnout on Monday evening. A few friendly games were played, with proper competition to resume next week. Expo for carers An information expo for caregivers will be held in Upper Hutt next Tuesday. Upper Hutt Cares will bring together more than 40 exhibitors from a variety of information, advocacy, support services and equipment suppliers. Carers will have the opportunity to talk directly with these agencies and find out what they offer. The free event will also have goody bags and give- aways, along with a carer's coffee corner for people to sit and talk. The chief executive of Carers New Zealand, Laurie Hilsgen, will keynote the expo at noon and highlight the different kinds of support available for carers locally and nationally. The expo is being hosted by Upper Hutt City Council's community services team. The idea came from the Upper Hutt Seniors Action Forum, which saw a need for more information and support for people caring for older family members. The event organiser and the council's senior adviser, Virginia Barker, says that her own experience with a daughter with cystic fibrosis encouraged her to widen the scope of the expo to include information and support services to carers of all age groups. I don't think of myself as a carer, I just think of myself as a mum. I think a lot of people might not identify with the word carer but that shouldn't stop them from coming to the expo. It will be a valuable opportunity to talk to organisations in one easy place, not to mention the great giveaways and discounts that will be avail- able at the expo.'' The venue is Expressions from 11am till 3pm. Visit upperhuttcity.com/carerexpo. Bylaw change a win for dogs Upper Hutt's new dog control laws have been signed off. The bylaw, a review of the existing law required of the council by the Local Government Act 2002, will come into force from the beginning of next month and end a process that started contro- versially with the previous council more than a year ago. A first draft looked set to ban dogs from the Upper Hutt CBD and restrict them to being on a leash in most city parks. It provoked a huge com- munity outcry in opposition. A year on, and with a new council, the dog laws have been revisited and drafted into an approach that was acceptable to the public and received minimal public feedback. The Dog Control Policy 2011 has seen a relax- ation from the 2004 policy and now allows for people to exercise their dogs off leash but under control in all Upper Hutt parks, except Birchville and Te Haukatetu Parks,'' a final report to the council from the city environmental services direc- tor Richard Harbord said. The revised policy strikes a balance between providing for public safety and flexibility for dog owners . . . it is not recommended to impose further restrictions on where dogs are able to be exercised,'' the report said.
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