Picture Perfect at the Point
Charming home opens onto a deck to soak up the sun and oh those lovely water views north to Bowentown, east from the shed you can see over the water to Omokoroa and The Mount. Birdsong envelops you and comforts you like a warm hug. Definitely an older home, that's how you get that character! Honey hued timber polished floors. Surprisingly large walk in robe and ensuite bathroom complete the master suite. Oh this must have been the envy of the neighbourhood when it was built. Two good sized bedrooms sit off the open plan dining room- kitchen. These have their own bathroom. Compact upper level with masses of storage and future options to improve on the lower double garage plus storage platform with exterior office. The section is quite beautiful! David Attenborough would love the pepper tree, and the purirri. Named after and sitting adjacent and protected by the pepper tree sits a newly and purpose built 2 bedroom cottage. Not just a kitset, this is well designed with personality and forethought. Guest suite? Bed and breakfast or rental? There's also a big older green shed with wide timber stairs leading to the loft platform. Imagine pushing windows out for that peninsular view. TV's renovators grand design. It would be spectacular.
Easy to live in as is or enhance for more cosseting. Call me if you are looking for enviable lifestyle living. Raised veggie beds mature attractive gardens, chooks, and shall the alpacas stay?
Surely this will sell before auction?
302 Pahoia Rd
CV $895,000 (2014 WBOPDC)
3 bedroom home + 2 bedroom cottage
Pahoia district stretches from the coast and up into the hills. Rural living and so close to town. There is a mix of lifestyle and horticultural production blocks. Further up grazing leads to the Kaimais back drop. Pahoia School is at the base of the hill the junction of Pahoia and Esdaile Road. Sited within the school perimeter lies the community Hall. A short drive offers opportunity to enjoy R&R at the seaside community of Omokoroa or head a little further into Bethlehem and less than 20 minutes to the Tauranga CBD. A desirable address.
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.