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Upper Hutt Leader : November 2nd 2011
40 UPPER HUTT LEADER, NOVEMBER 2, 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#254883 www.leaders.co.nz/87185 OPEN HOME SUNDAY 1.45-2.15PM FOUR BEDROOM PRIVATE OUTLOOK BEO $469,000 * Brick and weatherboard * Perched on edge of beautiful native bush * Valley views with wraparound sun * Indoor outdoor flow to decking and landscaped gardens * G3 DVS, Heat pump, modern insulated home * Master bedroom with ensuite and walk in wardrobe * Under house storage * Double garage with internal access and off street parking *Openplanliving 4 2 2 RE/MAX Upper Hutt TONY PITIROI M FREE2MOBILE (04)212 6582 RIVERSTONE TERRACES 5 Frankie Stevens Place ELDERSLEA 6 McCurdy Street www.leaders.co.nz ID# 87193 PETER JOHNSTON M 04 528 3161 ANNETTE KIRK M 04 212 6699 FIRSTTIMEHOMEFORSALE * 3 Bedrooms * Sep dining room * Conservatory * Carport * Sun drenched section This much loved and cared for home is the first time on the market since the property was built in the 1950's. The family have enjoyed over 50 years here and now offer this property for sale. A very tidy well presented sunny home that is worth your consideration in this sought after location. RV $285,000. The Vendor will consider all offers in writing 1.00pm Wednesday 16th November 2011 at Remax Upper Hutt Office. (Will not be sold prior) 3 1 1 View www.open2view.com ID#255436 OPEN HOME SUNDAY 1.00-1.30PM RIVERSTONE TERRACES 88B Kirton Drive www.leaders.co.nz ID# 87189 BEO $385,000 TONY PITIROI M FREE2MOBILE (04) 212 6582 AFFORDABLE MODERN PIZAZZ Enjoy inner city style living at an outer city price. This modern three bedroom home features a comp act fully fenced and landscaped section with deck overlooking park like grounds and enjoying afternoon sun. Features include: * Open plan living * Modern kitchen with gas hobbs and dishwasher * Infinity on demand hot water heating * Semi en suite with heated towel rail and under floor heating * Extra separate downstairs toilet * Double garage with internal access * Grey water system (Rainwater used for laundry/toilet/garden taps) * Alarm and garden shed 3 1 2 View www.open2view.com ID#255218 OPEN HOME SUNDAY 11.45-12.15 Celebrating our furriest of friends Furry visitor: Vicki Walls will bring her maine coon cats to Trentham from Christchurch. The Royal Canin Pet Expo is back in the Wellington region for two days, for the first time since 2001. On Saturday, November 5, and Sunday, November 6, Trentham Racecourse will be packed full of purebred dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, reptiles, fish, birds, alpacas and farmyard animals, all there to meet and greet the public. All sites are indoors or under cover, giving visitors the chance to see a huge range of animals they have never seen before, and to talk to the owners and breeders. Dog-lovers will enjoy the dog- related activities on both days. Outdoors, the Upper Hutt Dog Training Club has organised a huge championship obedience show, with hundreds of dogs. There will also be agility and flyball demonstrations, and dis- plays of Rally-O, the latest craze in the world of dog sports. Pet Expo organiser Fiona Dunk- ley says there will even be demonstrations of dogs dancing to music and carting displays. Indoors on the dog stage will be a range of educational talks about dogs, plus performing border col- lies and a breed parade. For cat-lovers, the Pedigree Persian Cat Club has organised an all-breeds cat show, plus an impressive exhibition of pure- breed longhair and short-haired varieties. Every kind of cat will be repres- ented, from huge, furry maine coons to the hairless sphynx. And for those who want to find out what type of cat would be right for them, there's a timetable of breed talks that will answer all their questions. Ms Dunkley says this will be the biggest number of cats they have ever had at a pet expo. It's going to be huge,'' she says. Another popular site will be the rabbits, with all breeds from the big, fluffy varieties to those with satin smooth coats. Specialists will be on hand to talk to the public and there will be a special petting area as well. Fish, birds and farmyard animals will also be in abundance over the weekend, and there will be magic shows and pony carriage rides to entertain the young. Pet Expo will also have a num- ber of animals that will fascinate the public,'' Ms Dunkley says. We've got the hairless sphynx cats, and we've also got a bearded dragon, blue-tongued lizards and a big display from the New Zea- land Rat Club -- people either love them or hate them.'' No show is complete without a bit of retail therapy, especially for your pets. There will be plenty of toys, pet accessories and pet foods for sale, and if you run out of cash, eftpos facilities are available. It will be a busy show with lots going on, so the organisers recom- mend you dress comfortably and wear flat shoes. The show organisers made a big request: for the public not to bring their own dogs to the pet expo. We have divided the animals into separate sections for cats, dogs and farmyard animals for a good reason. Some animals don't get on with each other and it's best to keep them apart. So if you bring a dog to the show you'd only be able to go around the dog section, and would miss out on everything else.'' Pet Expo is open from 10am till 5pm both days, with ticket sales at the show entrance. Entry is adults $12, seniors, students $10, schoolchildren $7, under 5 free, family pass (two adults and two children) $31. Website: petexpos.co.nz.
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