It's not just Auckland that provides opportunity to refurbish and improve!!! Wide flat fenced road frontage, lawn, double garage and concrete yard for multiple vehicles (including your bus/caravan) or just R&R. Head through your brick home and out on to a vast tiled deck with gorgeous views. Land narrows to a v below, with enough room for fruit trees and garden. Plentiful garaging and under the home big storage and workshop spaces. Brick wall and open fire in lounge. Imagine continuing the deck and installing doors out from the lounge Wow! Ripe for redecorating and modernising. Reap the benefit for yourself or your tenants.
This home sits in the older part of Omokoroa- an easy stroll to shops and cafe. Close to primary school. Medical centre, library and pharmacy handy. Enjoy picturesque dining or coffee at the Boat Club or a lovely meal at the restaurant down at the marina near where the ferry leaves for Matakana Island. Great seaside living.
Omokoroa Peninsular is an idyllic seaside town lying just north of Tauranga. Many of the properties nestled into the hillsides enjoy water views towards Matakana Island, Pahoia or the Mount. The township lies approximately 5 kilometres from the intersection of Omokoroa Road with State Highway 2. There is a choice of shopping centres; small community facilities at Omokoroa or approximately 12 kilometers to Bethlehem. Omokoroa School is highly regarded and is rated decile 9. The community has a population of around 3000, this is forecast to grow significantly in the next 10 years. It is well serviced by small clusters of shops with café, library, medical centre and minimarket. There are reserves and walkways and a golf course for recreational activities. Fishing is good and the Ferry to Matakana departs adjacent to the Fishing Club.
Omokoroa is an easy commute to Tauranga.
Tauranga is at the heart of a fast-growing and desirable region.
Few regions in New Zealand or the world have as much to offer as the Bay of Plenty. From the gentle harbour waters to its surf beaches, its fishing and diving grounds to the scenic bush, the Bay is as much a quiet recreational playground as it is a thriving business and rural community. Key economic elements for the region include tourism, Horticulture (predominately Kiwifruit and Avocado production), Viticulture, Pastoral farming, Forestry, Housing and Holiday Makers. Tauranga as a city is one of the fastest if not the
fastest growing city in New Zealand. With a mixture of beautiful scenery, great beaches, cafes, restaurants and nightspots not to mention well regarded and award winning schools.