Waiheke Marketplace : April 4th 2012
www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 32 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, APRIL 4, 2012 NEWS www.bayleyswaiheke.co.nz D 32 seconds to grab you're fishing rod and cast out in front of this fabulous spot. D Waterfront. D A great park, several reserves, native bush walks and buses all immediately at hand. D Snapper, kahawai and kingfish caught at your door. D Stunning sunsets and all tide swimming. D 3 bedrooms with very large garage / sleepout / games room on this beautiful site. D Fully fenced for privacy and safety for kids and dogs. Plus a shared water bore. THIS PROPERTY IS RARE AND WILL BE SOLD WATERFRONT TREASURE 12 McMillan Road, Omiha For Sale $995,000 View Sat 12:00 - 12:45pm www.bayleys.co.nz/101971830 Cathy Cameron M 027 481 3937 email@example.com Clive Lonergan M 027 499 3278 firstname.lastname@example.org C UR NOW REALTY LTD , BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA AC T 2008 OPEN HOME SAT 12-12:45 FAMILY HOME WITH PANORAMIC SEAVIEWS Situated one section back from fabulous Onetangi Beach on a generous 822 m2 site this masterbuilt home is offered for sale. Comprising three bedrooms main with ensuite and self contained guest accommodation this property has everything to offer. New designer kitchen and bathrooms complimented by Tasmanian Oak floors throughout create an enviable beachfront environment. To view visit www.onetangibeach.co.nz or arrange inspection by phoning Bill Bradley 021 1861 697 price $1.85 m 4452446AA ONETANGI BEACH 2 SEVENTH AVENUE Piha bach is a winner Woodland winner: A home in Piha built by a Waiheke building company wins a magazine's home of the year title. Photo: PATRICK REYNOLDS A home in Piha built by a Waiheke company has taken the title of Home of the Year. The national competition run by Home NZ magazine had five finalists including Waiheke building company J D Armstrong Design and Build. The Piha home was designed by Parnell company Herbst Architects. Called Under Pohutukawa, the bach took 13 months to build with company owner John Armstrong only coming home to Waiheke at weekends. His son also worked on the project and commuted every day on the 6am ferry. Mr Armstrong says the steel framework had to be millimetre perfect as did the attention to detail because there were no skirting and architrave finishes to hide any mistakes. Luckily he's a freak'' on details. I thrive on that,'' Mr Arm- strong says. The house was designed to reflect the grove of pohutukawa within which it sits. Mr Armstrong says the battens used to give the illusion of bark took three carpenters five weeks to put up.The home took the title at an awards ceremony in Auckland last Thursday evening. While Mr Armstrong made it on to the stage he admits he was too shy to speak. But I did want to thank the owners who were an architect's and builders' dream. They were so laid- back. They never gave us any pressure on time or money,'' he says.
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