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Upper Hutt Leader : September 14th 2011
41 UPPER HUTT LEADER, SEPTEMBER 14, 2011 NEWS This three bedroom gems has a private fully fenced backyard, the bathroom has separate toilet, separate shower and separate vanity and bath. Cosy woodburner, underfloor heating & new carpet. The large garage has extra height with great storage and workshop. Call today to view View on www.tommys.co.nz ID#UHT10632 CONTACT: Libby & Jim Gosse 027 687 5573 OPEN HOME: Sunday 12.30 - 1.00pm LETS GET STARTED - CORNER SECTION Buyer Enquiry From $295,000 - 2 Seattle Gr, Totara Park CONTACT: Steve Slicker DDI 212 6787 OPEN HOME: Sunday 12.45 - 1.15pm BEO $280,000 - 44 McParland Street, Ebdentown MAGIC MCPARLAND A very well presented family home situated moments from the heart of Upper Hutt CBD and its many amenities including shops, schools and transport. Three bedrooms, large living room, sizeable kitchen dining room, family bathroom and separate wc. The gardens to both front and rear are flat, easy maintenance. Parking is catered for by a covered carport. Close to town with all the hard work already done, what else could today's buyer require? tommys.co.nz ID# UHT10628 PRICE REDUCED Charming three bedroom home with study/nursery. Bathroom, separate toilet and large master bedroom with ensuite. Doors opening out to deck and garden. Garaging and carport with good off street parking. Close to shops, schools and transport. New fencing in private backyard. There is a little work to be done. Don't miss out on the opportunity to live in this great location. Web ID#UHT10616 CONTACT: Libby & Jim Gosse 027 687 5573 OPEN HOME: Sunday 1.30 - 2.00pm OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS - CENTRAL UPPER HUTT Buyer Enquiry From $285,000 14a Miro Street, Trentham For Sale By Tender - closing 2pm Tuesday 27th September 2011at our office 120 Queens Drive, Lower Hutt. truly exceptional family home in a quiet Woburn street. Extensively renovated & modernized yet retaining its 1930's character & style. Features: 5 double bedrooms (2 with ensuites), walk in wardrobe, study, 4 living areas, gourmet 'Alno' kitchen, private west facing rear courtyard with jet-master fireplace, double garage with internal access and auto door, secure entrance with auto gate, gas central heating system & extensive double glazing, heated tile floors. The list goes on & this home offers far more than we can list here. The home even includes many extra chattels such as 6 flat screen TV's to watch the Rugby world cup final on. With a floor area of 395m2 & a section of 782m2, homes such as this are seldom available, so call today for a private viewing. CONTACT: Mark Coffey 0275 428 237 or Anne 027664 6095 OPEN HOME: Sunday 3.00 - 3.30pm 12 Maire Street, Woburn THE ULTIMATE IN FAMILY LIVING - WOBURN NEW LISTING SOLD VIEW MORE PROPERTIES & OPEN HOMES www.tommys.co.nz SAFARI REAL ESTATE LTD LICENSED UNDER THE REAL ESTATEAGENTS ACT 2008 Cnr Queens Dr & Waterloo Rd, Lower Hutt Ph 568 2222 897 Fergusson Drive, Upper Hutt Ph 528 2422 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 BRIDGE RESULTS Upper Hutt Bridge Club results for week starting Monday, September 5: Monday: N/S, E Pritchard, B Topham; E/,W R Flaws, S Pattison; Wednesday: N/S, K Hudson, B Pritchard; E/W, K Adamson, S Smith; Thursday: N/S, A Barrett, H Otte; E/W, I Luketina, A Wiltshire; Friday: N/S, M Beaumont, M Fowke; E/W, D and G Lash. Cup raises profile PAUL LAMBERT: City promotion manager, Upper Hutt City Council COMMERCE COMMENT The forecasted economic impact to the Wellington region from Rugby World Cup 2011 is $45 million. The whole region is experi- enced at hosting major events, and housing and transporting visitors during them. Our region is hosting 12 teams over a total of 92 nights, six pool matches and two quar- ter finals. We stake the claim as the cultural and events centre of New Zealand. The success of the recently-finished World of Wear- able Art Awards at the TSB Arena proves this. There was an entry from Upper Hutt. Now the hospitality sector in Upper Hutt is promot- ing to gain its share of business during the tournament. Campervans with overseas supporters have started arriving at Harcourt Holiday Park and Trentham Racecourse. The Royal Wellington Golf Club will be a desired desti- nation for those players, man- agement and supporters seeking a special golfing experience. A look at their website shows what they have planned. Wellington Racing Club have put together a special race day on Friday, October 7, to enter- tain patrons here for the quarter finals on October 8 and 9. Flagmakers in Wellington have been busy making the offic- ial street banners that you see all over the region and further afield. The benefits are not just financial. Increased profile will have lasting benefit. Our mayor, Wayne Guppy, is an official ambassador for the Wellington matches and will be the key person for special events for the Australia v USA game on Sept- ember 23. Upper Hutt residents have volunteered, acting as visitors hosts, and accepting other duties. Other opportunities The Upper Hutt Spring Festival held last Saturday, with major support from the Rimutaka Trust, has major input from volunteers. At the same time it generates economic benefits for some commercial operations in the city. We should thank the Upper Hutt Women s Centre for still running the event and Rimu- taka Trust for their input, which secures the event. Many other businesses also assist with the project. The recent Visa Wellington on a Plate culinary festival was another good example of an event Upper Hutt businesses can participate in. There are opportunities throughout the city for busi- nesses to use events for business growth. Fireworks Fantastic, the Christmas Parade, Welling- ton Cup Week, Pelorus Trust Upper Hutt Summer Carnival, Speedway, Kartsport events and Karapoti Classic mountainbike race are just a selection. Feel free to call me on 527 2141 about these and other events. Some businesses organise their own events to add to the vibrancy of the city and to their strength. A good example is The Short Straw Cafe in Whitemans Val- ley that has quiz nights and themed dinners and is holding an animal day on Saturday, September 24. If your business has a signifi- cant event in 2012 let me know by the end of September. We may be able to list it in the com- munity calendar delivered to Upper Hutt homes in December.
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