Waiheke Marketplace : August 17th 2011
19 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, AUGUST 17, 2011 NEWS WWW.PREMIUM.CO.NZ - SELLING THE FINEST HOMES This modern home is a dream with spacious living that opens up with decks on two sides. Hidden away on a large lush tropical section you enjoy absolute privacy. Elevated and north facing means warmth in winter and being soaked in sun throughout summer. It´s so centrally located, only a few minutes walk to the supermarket, deli and café. Ten minutes to world class beaches of Onetangi and Palm Beach. With 2,003m² of land and the potential to easily convert it into three bedrooms through adding one internal wall, this is a very desirable Waiheke property. CV $690,000. OSTEND 3 PUTIKI ROAD 2,003m² Of Potential PENNY GARDINER 0272 374 494 PennyGardiner@premium.co.nz MISSION BAY: 578 5000 MAGUIRE REALTY LTD LICENSED REAA 2008 VIEW: PLEASE PHONE FOR APPOINTMENT PRICE: BY NEGOTIATION WWW.PREMIUM.CO.NZ ID: 15470 FABULOUS AFFORDABLE WATERFRONT Sunny, pict • uresque setting with beautiful sea views Big solid house and self-contained • cottage - character and space Astounding fexibility. Can be • used as a family home, home and income or money generator (rental assessment $900 pwk) 4bed,4bath,4kxn • Stained glass, native timbers, • open freplace, a double garage with loads of benchspace, water bore and fruit trees Boaties delight • $859,000 • Trade Me • BBC 198 Phone Paul on (09) 372 8747 Sunday fun with fabric Inspired: Fabric lover Robyn Barrie with her creations from last year's Fabricadabra. By LYNDAL JEFFERIES The annual Fabricadabra fair takes place this Sunday at Palm Beach Hall from 9am to 2pm. Now in its third year, the fabric, fibre and craft fair has become a fixture on the island's arts calendar. Organiser Lynda Johnson says: All you need to start making fabric art is to fall in love with a bit of fabric and the ideas take over.'' Visitors will find a grand- mother and granddaughter team from the Weavers and Spinners Group at the event, who will be demonstrating felting with participants able to take away a felted flower or butterfly. Each year we have some new faces trialling a new idea alongside familiar faces who perennially produce interes- ting fabric pieces,'' Ms John- son says. Expect to find vintage fabrics and clothing, finger- less gloves, dolls, children's clothes, craft, a donations table full of surprises, and homemade sweets and savories from the kitchen. Proceeds from the fair will go to Living Without Viol- ence. They are facing funding cuts and loss of premises while unfortunately dealing with increased demands for their services,'' Ms Johnson says.
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