THE EDINBURGH REALTY MAGAZINE SEPTEMBER 2012
The Mosgiel RSA
A community club with a new lease on life
The pride of the Taieri
The Rugby Club shattering all expectations
Here to help when disaster strikes
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Welcome Welcome to the latest issue of Exclusive. As we head toward longer days and warmer temperatures, we still appear to be amid a seller’s market. A well-presented property in the mid-price range continues to be the focal point of the majority of buyers we meet. If you are thinking of selling your home, call your local Edinburgh Realty office to arrange for one of our team to come and undertake a free market appraisal, to get an idea of your property’s market value. In this month’s issue we learn more about the Mosgiel RSA & Community Club, hear of the triumph of the Taieri Rugby Football Club, and enjoy a chocolate brownie from Aurora Café. The Edinburgh Realty Art Awards opened in early August and 141 artists from all over Otago submitted their work for judging. We were lucky enough to have Jenny Sherman from the Dunedin Public Art Gallery judge the awards, setting a very high standard of selected artworks. A big thanks to Jenny, each of the artists and the Otago Art Society for their efforts in making The Edinburgh Realty Art Awards a huge success yet again in 2012. Kind regards, Mark Miller General Manager
Inside 4 The Mosgiel RSA & Community Club with a new lease on life.
6 The Taieri Rugby Football Club, doing Mosgiel proud.
9 Aurora Café provide us with a scrumptious gluten-free chocolate brownie recipe.
News and events
Mosgiel RSA & Community Club
The pride of the Taieri
Lifestyle & Rural
Cover Image: 21 Passmore Crescent, Maori Hill Exclusive magazine designed and edited by: Sam Moodie
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Wheels over heels Roller derby is the fastest growing women’s sport in the world and it thrives in Dunedin. A fast-paced contact sport, roller derby bouts pit two teams of five roller skate-wearing players against each other as they race the oval track in the same direction. The game is a series of short match-ups, which are called jams where both teams designate a scoring player, known as the jammer, who scores points by lapping members of the opposing team. The teams make life easier for their own jammer while trying to block the run for the opposing jammer. It is a crazy game to watch and very physical to play. The competitors dress in fishnets, short skirts and carry threatening roller derby names like Anne Thrax and Diva Demolisher to add an endearing edge to the sport. Visit www.dunedinderby.co.nz to try this new sport out or to find out when the next bout will be held at the Edgar Centre.
Musical magic Musical Theatre Dunedin (formerly Dunedin Operatic) is looking forward to staging family favourite “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor™ Dreamcoat” in October at the Mayfair Theatre. The production team of Gladys Hope, Robyn Sinclair and Stuart Walker have been rehearsing with a talented cast of 50 since mid-July. The cast includes well known Dunedin performers Greg Macleod as Joseph, Kelvin Cummings as the Pharaoh, Lizzie Adams as the Narrator, Peter Storer as Mr Potiphar, as well as 23 children. Gladys Hope is delighted to be re-producing “Joseph” using both traditional staging and modern technologies to create a truly spectacular version of this well known show. There will be nine performances from 4 – 13 October, including 2.30pm matinee on Sunday 7 October. Bookings are open at Regent TicketDirect on 477 8597 or online at www.ticketdirect.co.nz
\\ News and events New team. New era. New stadium. The All Blacks will be playing their first test at Forsyth Barr Stadium on the 15th of September against South Africa. This test is the first opportunity for you to see the World Champion All Blacks since their Rugby World Cup victory against France at Eden Park… Support the boys and enjoy what is sure to be a fantastic night for Dunedin City! See www.forsythbarrstadium.co.nz for more information. Photo credit: Forsyth Barr Stadium
Petite Messe Solennelle
Photo credit: Chris Sullivan - Seen in Dunedin
The Moro Marathon The Moro Marathon includes the Marathon, a Half Marathon and a Recreational Walk. Established in 1979, it is one of the most scenic Marathons in New Zealand. The Marathon starts close to the Albatross Colony on the Otago Peninsula, runs around the beautiful Otago Harbour before finishing at Watson Park, Port Chalmers. FULL MARATHON 42.2km 8.00am start, 1km south of the Royal Albatross Colony HALF MARATHON 21.1km 9.30am start, east side carpark of Forsyth Barr Stadium RECREATIONAL WALK 21.1km 9.30am start, east side carpark of Forsyth Barr Stadium See www.moromarathon.co.nz for full information.
Wiggle your way to the Regent Due to demand for tickets, the Wiggles have added another show to their Dunedin leg of the Celebration tour! This spectacular show gives Wiggly fans a chance to say farewell to Anthony, Murray, Greg and Jeff in their final shows together, before they hand over the coloured skivvies to a new generation of performers. Tickets still available for the 5pm show on Friday 21 September 2012 at the Regent Theatre. See www.regenttheatre.co.nz for more information.
The City of Dunedin Choir will present Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle at Knox Church on Saturday, September 29 at 7.30pm. It’s typical of the wit of this comic genius that this great mass should be neither “Little” nor “Solemn” as the name implies. Gioachino Antonio Rossini was best known for his operas, and particularly his comic operas, yet there was always a deeper vein of creativity even in his best-known operas such as William Tell, The Thieving Magpie, and The Barber of Seville. Rossini was one of the brightest flames of creative genius in European music and he rose from rags to riches on the strength of his 39 operas. He toured his works throughout Europe. In London in 1824, eight of Rossini’s operas were performed in one season. The Petite Messe Solennelle (1863) is one of his rare later works. Soloists for the September 29 concert are Emma Fraser (soprano), Amanda Cole (alto), Julien Van Mellaerts (bass) and Matthew Wilson (tenor). The conductor is David Burchell. Tickets for the Rossini Petite Messe Solennelle are available from Beggs Musicworks (Cnr Moray Place Cnr Moray Place and Lower Stuart St; or from Knox Church Office; or phone Clare (03) 476-2426. (Cheque or cash only.)
The Mosgiel RSA & Community Club The Royal New Zealand Returned Services Association was founded in 1916 and is one of the world’s oldest ex-service organisations, with responsibility to all those who served their Country, irrespective of whether or not they are association members. The Mosgiel Memorial RSA’s first home was the garage of one Bert McCunn. Funds were borrowed and the property at 6 Church Street was bought for $6,000 in 1965. Fundraising enabled the building of a bar and small cool-room, the installation of a dishwasher and toilet. Tables and chairs were purchased and on 30th July 1966, the Mosgiel RSA Chartered Club opened for business. Further alterations were made 4 Exclusive
including the building of a hall, new bar, store and billiard room, lounge, foyer, kitchen and games room. In 1984 the MMRSA Welfare Office was established to provide meals-on-wheels, transportation and funding support to Veterans, ex-Service people and their spouses. The 1990’s saw the commissioning of a bowling green and pavilion opposite the Club.
Whether witnessing community pride on Anzac Day, Armistice Day or at standingroom-only medal ceremonies, the Club is a source of local stories. The Taieri Herald reports goings-on at the MMRSA almost every week. Already the connection at the heart of the community for many, a valuable support network for people on their own or in need, the Mosgiel RSA is a place to celebrate unique bonds and forge new ones.
\\ The Mosgiel RSA & Community Club
Opposite page: Presentation of Service Medals Left: Taieri College Quiz Night Right: Alan Muir – Manager Operations & Finance Below: The annual Anzac Day Parade
On any given day, the carpark outside is filled with the vehicles of those inside playing Housie, taking an exercise class, enjoying a ladies luncheon or at night, dinner and a tuneful fundraiser. A multitude of different groups and age-groups use the RSA in Mosgiel. Always a lively place where, as the song has it, “Everybody knows your name.” The Mosgiel RSA holds an extensive collection of memorabilia in trust for the community. The earliest pieces come from the Maori Wars and the Boer War. The collection features a ‘Rogues Gallery’ which faces onto the RSA’s Red Poppy Restaurant, featuring the photographs of young men and women who represented their Country so bravely. It is always moving to see people standing in front of the wall to identify relatives and recall the place they have in their own family histories. Amongst the more moving items are the personal diaries, prayer books and trench embroideries that were stitched by soldiers in the trenches as they waited for the fighting to commence. The MMRSA is justifiably proud of this collection and encourages many school groups to visit and absorb the history. In 2008 the RSA Executive of the time recognised that things needed to change to ensure the future of the Mosgiel RSA. With the appointment of new CEO Brendon Cross and then Fundraising Coordinator Lois Scott MNZM in November 2010, options were explored, consultation carried out and an informed decision made to re-
develop the Club into a Community Hub for Mosgiel. Since then extensive networking has taken place. Fundraising assistance offered to groups, schools, kindys, church groups and sports clubs - fundraising quiz nights and events are a regular occurrence at the Mosgiel RSA. Membership currently stands at 1400 which is over 10% of Mosgiel’s population. In 2011, a Steering Committee for the planned upgrade of the Mosgiel RSA was formed. This dynamic committee is chaired by City Councillor Syd Brown, with Stan Rodger, Bill Feather, Kevan McAlwee and Edinburgh Realty’s Mosgiel “Star” Jenny Lambert as well as RSA Executive representatives. Thanks to this committee’s guidance, our first big funding application is now in Wellington. Mosgiel RSA’s new Operations and Finance Manager Alan Muir says, “We have made
some huge changes in the direction of the RSA”. “I am excited about the future of this place and have enormous respect for those members and volunteers who protected their history and built a wonderful venue for the Mosgiel community to enjoy for many years to come”. Alan wishes to acknowledge the generosity of funders and businesses like Edinburgh Realty for their continued support. “We would not be here without this assistance and for that we are eternally grateful” says Alan. Edinburgh Realty wishes the Mosgiel RSA & Community Club success in their plans for the future upgrade. Lois Scott Fundraising Coordinator Mosgiel RSA & Community Club Ph (03) 489 7182 www.edinburghrealty.co.nz 5
The pride of the Taieri The Taieri Rugby Football Club is on an all-time high after their Premier 1 teamâ€™s back-to-back wins in 2011 and 2012. The large contingent of Taieri supporters in the 4000 plus-strong crowd at Forsyth Barr Stadium stood proud as the team won 22-24 in the knuckle-biting game against Dunedin.
\\ The Taieri Rugby Football Club For seven long years the Taieri Rugby Football Club didn’t have a Premier 1 team. Four years ago, when the Club got back into Premiership competition, Keith Kippenberger was told by a few people that they wouldn’t succeed, this however made him even more determined than usual. Keith went to work and developed a winning formula for the club. He used all of the good ideas pulled together from other clubs. The Premier 2 team became the Premier 1 team, so they made a new Premier 2 team. Then they needed a Division 1 Colts team which they had never had before. If they didn’t have a player, they went to the country to find one. 70% of the players are Taieri born and bred; “good wholesome Taieri boys” as Keith says.
The winning team and the shield
The formula worked, as four years on the club has expanded from three teams to five and in 2012, all five teams are in the Top 6 of their competitions. For any club to expand and achieve that much in four years is amazing, even more so for such a wellloved community-based club like Taieri. The Premier 1 team, coached by Jason McDonald, Graeme Anderson and manager Jared Campbell, has blown everyone in the competition out of the water, last year winning the banner for the first time in fifty years and now this year doing it again! Not only that, but they took out every trophy that was up for grabs. The boys were particularly excited about winning the Speights Challenge Shield and the with twenty crates of beer that came with it...
The corporate box and the scoreboard reflecting the winning digits at the home ground
The community backing of the team, and of the club is fantasic. The very loyal supporters at both home and away games are the envy of many other clubs. Local businesses have come to the party too, sponsoring the teams and the club. Hours of voluntary work goes into maintaining the clubrooms and the grounds, as well as looking after the teams and liasing with other clubs and the Union. “We have one of the best working committees in the Rugby Union and having so much community support makes finding volunteers a lot easier” says Keith. The Taieri Rugby Club; the pride of the Taieri since 1883. See www.taierirugby.co.nz for more info.
Some of the leaders of the Taieri “Barmy Army” Top row from left: Greg Smeaton, Tony Toms, John Chesney, Pete Wasley, Gordon Wilson Bottom row from left: Kieran Breese, Bob Cunningham, Lyndsey (Broom) Harris, John Hunter www.edinburghrealty.co.nz 7
ShelterBox ShelterBox is an international disaster relief charity which provides humanitarian aid worldwide in the form of shelter, warmth and dignity for people displaced by natural and other disasters. Founded by Rotarian Tom Henderson, a former Royal Navy search and rescue diver, ShelterBox started in 2000 as a project of the Rotary Club of Helston-Lizard, Cornwall. In February 2000, the first 50 ShelterBoxes were consigned to India following an earthquake in the Gujurat province. Since then, almost 122,000 ShelterBoxes have provided shelter, warmth, comfort and dignity to hundreds of thousands of people in over 75 countries, after close to 200 disasters including the Indian Ocean Tsunami, Hurricane Katrina and Cyclone Nargis in Myanmar. Each ShelterBox contains a family tent, a cooker/stove, thermal blankets, cooking and eating utensils for 10 people, water purification equipment, collapsible water containers, childrens packs, tools and other basic needs. These contents are changed to suit the particular circumstances of the disaster e.g. mosquito nets are added if the boxes are being sent to tropical areas where malaria is a problem. Each box is uniquely numbered so that once a box is deployed, donors can track their box via the ShelterBox website and see where in the world it has gone and whom it has helped. The boxes are delivered into disaster zones by highly-trained volunteers. ShelterBox Response Team members or SRTâ€™s as they are known, deliver the aid to vulnerable families around the world, following natural or other disasters such as earthquakes, floods, tsunamis, cyclones or conflict. 8 Exclusive
ShelterBox New Zealand is the authorised New Zealand affiliate of the ShelterBox trust and was formed in 2006 as an international project of the Rotary Club of Mosgiel Inc, operating within its Charitable Trust. The Mosgiel Rotary Club ran ShelterBox for the first five years of itâ€™s New Zealand affiliation before nominating directors from around the country to expand their work. ShelterBox is an independent charity that relies on donations from the public, private clubs and other services to carry out its work. Over $2,000,000 has been raised in New Zealand, which equates to over 1420 boxes. They cost $1500 each, which includes delivery anywhere in the world. Five trained ShelterBox Response Team members from New Zealand are deployed into disaster zones with the New Zealand ShelterBoxes, to deliver them to the people who need them the most. These five people are based in Auckland, Keri Keri, Bulls and Springs Junction. Auckland-based SRT Sally Ann Fletcher, who is the only female of the five, was deployed to Fiji recently to assist families after serious floods hit the Fijian mainland and destroyed many homes. ShelterBox response teams were also actively helping in Christchurch after the two major earthquakes. For more information about ShelterBox and how you can help, go to www.shelterbox.org.nz.
Gluten-free chocolate brownie Ingredients 450g butter 600g dark chocolate 2½ cups brown sugar 6 eggs 2 teaspoons vanilla essence 2½ cups gluten free flour 1 cup cocoa How to proceed Melt butter and chocolate in microwave. Add the rest of the ingredients and mix well until smooth and glossy. Spread into a large slice tray. Bake at 180°C for 40-45 minutes. Hint Top with berries or walnuts for an extra treat.
Aurora Café 123 Gordon Road, Mosgiel (03) 489 5049 www.auroracafe.co.nz
Mosgiel locals Jillian, a trained chef of 20 years, and Grant Peacock, a teacher at Elmgrove School, have been the owners of Aurora Café for over three years. After spotting a sign in the window, Jillian fell in love with the cafe and decided to make it her own. Renowned for it’s friendly atmosphere, fantastic food, and great coffee, Aurora also offers catering for your events such as weddings, or simply lunches and afternoon teas if you are looking for that something special. www.edinburghrealty.co.nz 9
ROSLYN 10 Fifield Street Executive city style This is a unique opportunity to purchase a quality architecturally-designed property. Originally built in the 1980s, the current vendors completely redesigned, refitted and refurbished the property in 2008. Set in Dunedinâ€™s most exclusive location, this well-appointed home offers sophisticated style the minute you walk through the door. There are three double bedrooms, the master bedroom set on its own level offers privacy and space with a generous sized ensuite and fabulous walk-in-wardrobe.
This is the perfect home for entertaining friends and family. The stunning kitchen and open dining area is a chefs delight, featuring the highest calibre of fittings and finishings. The spacious formal lounge features an electric fire and bi-fold doors which open out to the large sunny deck set amongst the easy care, fully fenced grounds. The media living room will impress movie fans with wall mounted speakers which provide quality surround sound. This casual living room is heated by a large wood burner and heatpump. Working from home is made easy by the hideaway office with built in desk and cupboards.
3 2 2+OSP
This wonderful package is completed by a double garage with built in storage for all your small and large toys. Located a short walk to some of the best schools in Dunedin, and just a short drive to town. 10 Fifield Street is a truly impressive home - do not hesitate!
By negotiation Web iD DO7285 Jim Columb 0274 327 486 James Columb 0274 761 007 Amy Collins 027 694 6006
WOODHAUGH 6 Harden Street Idyllic setting A unique opportunity to purchase a slice of paradise. Built in the 1950s and set on over a Â˝ acre of gorgeous mature garden with a babbling brook, this private two bedroom home will impress. Designed to make the most of the magnificent setting, the home incorporates beautiful wooden features. The cottage kitchen and open dining area give every opportunity to enjoy the picturesque grounds. The spacious lounge with heatpump features french doors opening out to the large sunny outdoor area. A courtyard at the rear of the property provides for outdoor entertaining. The generous sized master bedroom has french doors out to the courtyard. The second double bedroom has the same stunning outlook. Bathroom with bath and separate shower. Double garage, off street parking and a good sized utilities room. A wonderful secluded spot, just a short drive to town.
2 1 2+OSP
$395,000 Web iD DO7295 Jim Columb 0274 327 486 James Columb 0274 761 007 Amy Collins 027 694 6006
MARYHILL 118 Glenpark Avenue Classic and contemporary Beautifully presented and lovingly restored classic three bedroom villa. New kitchen which flows to a large open plan dining and living area, kept cosy with a log burner. French doors open out to a large sunny deck and courtyard. Generous sized new bathroom. Heatpump in the hallway. In a popular family area, close to shops and schools.
CALTON HILL 45 Ryehill Street 3 1
By negotiation Web iD DO7256 Jim Columb 0274 327 486 James Columb 0274 761 007 Amy Collins 027 694 6006
ROSLYN 388 Stuart Street Huge modern family home A stone’s throw away from the restaurants, bars and shops in the Roslyn Village, this home is designed for easily family living. New kitchen, great sized dining and family rooms, multi-fuel burner, 2 heat pumps and a large lounge with a cosy open fire. 4-5 bedrooms plus a rumpus room, master bedroom with ensuite. Fantastic indoor/outdoor flow to a private, paved courtyard area. Heaps of OSP.
First home buyers delight! Classic three bedroom bungalow, and modernised with a smart kitchen and bathroom. Open plan kitchen and living area fitted with a heatpump. Sunny conservatory at the front of the house and office at the back. Private, fully fenced backyard elevated for fantastic sun and views. Single garage. Situated in an area popular with families, close to shops, schools and public transport.
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$209,000 Web iD DO7237 Jim Columb 0274 327 486 James Columb 0274 761 007 Amy Collins 027 694 6006
ROSLYN 1 Tweed Street 5 2 OSP
$589,000 Web iD DO7158 Jim Columb 0274 327 486 James Columb 0274 761 007 Amy Collins 027 694 6006
Charming Roslyn villa Classic 1900’s villa located only five minutes’ walk from the Roslyn Village. Three generous sized bedrooms with utility room, modern kitchen flows onto a good sized dining room. Lounge has fantastic views over the harbour. Verandah is perfect for entertaining guests. Easily maintained section. Rarely available in this area.
3 1 1+OSP
$319,000 Web iD DO5985 Jim Columb 0274 327 486 James Columb 0274 761 007 Amy Collins 027 694 6006
TAIERI MOUTH Totara Close Exclusive subdivision Just 25 minutes from the city and airport, lies this beautiful coastal retreat of Taieri Mouth. Magnificent coastal and river views. Underground services, on the school bus route. Great for a weekend retreat or permanent home. Fantastic recreational fishing both sea and fresh water. These sections are outstanding value - call today.
ST KILDA 44 Bellona Street Lot Lot Lot Lot Lot Lot
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By neg $98,500 $89,000 $89,000 $119,000 $98,000
Web iD DO5796 Jim Columb 0274 327 486 James Columb 0274 761 007
CAREYS BAY 16A Slant Street Enjoy the peace and privacy
Pretty as a picture A sunny two bedroom home with an office or hobbies room plus a separate lounge. The kitchen/dining area is kept cosy and warm with a coal range on wetback. The cottage garden is well fenced and the outbuildings are suitable for a studio or good bloke sheds! Close to schools, buses, beaches and sporting facilities.
$185,000 Web iD DO7276 Ann Fitzgibbon-Park 021 770 063
OCEAN VIEW 762 Brighton Road 2 1 OSP
Walk to the beach!
3 1 2+OSP
Enjoy the peace and quiet from this private $235,000
This sunny three bedroom home has open $185,000
two bedroom townhouse in the heart of Careys Bay. Sunny open plan living with a heat pump, indoor-outdoor flow and harbour view. Situated on an easy-care section, within easy walking distance to the harbour, hotels, cafĂŠs, galleries and nearby Port Chalmers shopping centre.
plan living which is kept cosy and warm with a heat pump. The lounge flows out to the deck and the flat 1002mÂ˛ corner section. The double garage includes a workshop/ great bloke shed for the toys! Walk along the beach, or sit on the deck to enjoy the peace and quiet. A great home or holiday retreat.
Web iD DO7056 Ann Fitzgibbon-Park 021 770 063
Web iD DO7296 Ann Fitzgibbon-Park 021 770 063
PORT CHALMERS 2 Meridian Street A sunny hideaway Relax in the sunshine and enjoy breathtaking views of Port Chalmers township, Mussel Bay, the harbour and beyond. Offering four bedrooms, lounge with a log burner, a private setting, walking distance to schools, harbour and shopping centre. It’s rare to find a property like this – so don’t miss out!
SAWYERS BAY 72 Reservoir Rd 4 1
By negotiation Web iD DO7200 Ann Fitzgibbon-Park 021 770 063
MORNINGTON 15 Peel Street Welcome home!
This recently pegged out section lies well to the sun and is handy to the Golf course. Sawyers Bay Primary School is within walking distance, as is the Pony club, and close to Port Chalmers shopping centre,
$59,000 Web iD DO5794 Ann Fitzgibbon-Park 021 770 063
RAVENSBOURNE 36 Kauri Street 4 1
This charming 4 bedroom home has all the $179,000 benefits a busy family can enjoy. The kitchen and bathroom have been upgraded and there is a separate lounge with a heatpump. The generous sized deck with city and beach views is great for entertaining. Situated on an easy-care section and walking distance to Mornington shopping centre. Move in and enjoy!
Sawyers Bay section
Web iD DO7168 Ann Fitzgibbon-Park 021 770 063
Dunedin’s hidden secret! Build your dream home on this 502m2 sunny, sheltered section only minutes to town. Fantastic harbour views and concrete driveway already formed.
$69,000 Web iD DO5870 Ann Fitzgibbon-Park 021 770 063
ST KILDA 23 Gourley Street Desirable quality family home Well-presented four double bedroom home. The original stunning features of ornate ceilings and fantastic stained glass have been retained. The family area is an open plan kitchen/dining and living room. Spacious separate lounge. Secure rear section. Garaging and off street parking. A family-friendly home in a pleasant location.
HALFWAY BUSH 396 Taieri Road 4 1 1+OSP
$299,000 Web iD DO7284 Colin McCrone 0274 327 833
WAVERLEY 105 Doon Street Best views and sun
This superbly comfortable home offers semiopen plan living unit with a modern kitchen, heat pump and a woodburner. Three double bedrooms with a renovated bathroom. Very family friendly on a flat section, a double length garage and workshop.
3 1 1+OSP
$269,000 Web iD DO7280 Noel Jenkins 027 2888 450
KAIKORAI 506 Kaikorai Valley Road 5 3 1+OSP
Lots of living options in this superb multi- $519,000 dwelling property. Large four bedroom, two bathroom home in beautiful condition with stunning views. Also a completely separate four year old apartment featuring a large lounge, one double bedroom and a bathroom. Stunning Harbour, City and hill views. All the sun you can hope for!
Web iD DO7083 Noel Jenkins 027 2888 450
Opportunity knocks once Near level 6.6ha property, formerly Kenmure Intermediate School. Appeal for industrial commercial use or as a residential development. The current owners have applied for resource consent to develop as 44 residential sites ie: 22 sections and 22 unit titled buildings. Full plans completed for subdivisions.
By negotiation Web iD DO7235 Noel Jenkins 027 2888 450 Colin McCrone 0274 327 833
MAORI HILL 746 Highgate
TAINUI 46 Tainui Road A crackerjack bungalow Top spot - donâ€™t miss this! Large in size and offering three double bedrooms, two living rooms and a separate kitchen. Good bathroom - bath and separate shower. Currently let at $300 per week. A fantastic location, easy access to schools and transport.
$219,000 Web iD DO7257 Noel Jenkins 027 2888 450
Entry level on Highgate Great opportunity to walk into a highly desirable area. Original brick and tile on 2 levels. Two bedrooms plus large storage/ hobby room downstairs. Separate lounge and open plan kitchen/dining. Off street parking for 2 vehicles. A blank canvas for you to make your very own. Too good to pass by... You snooze, you lose!
Offers over $310,000 Web iD DO7208 Peter Wilson 0274 327 489
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CALTON HILL 55 Cole Street
MORNINGTON 23 Neidpath Road
Truly something special This stunning property is not to be missed. Renovated to high standard by professional builder/owner. New rimu kitchen. New bathroom. Two toilets. Open plan kitchen/ dining/living plus separate lounge. Two sunporches. Three double bedrooms. Stunning leadlight fittings throughout. Two heatpumps and an open fire. Deck, glasshouse and BBQ area. Double garage.
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$329,000 Web iD DO7270 Dale Carruth 021 182 2606
ANDERSONS BAY 7 Darnell Street Step into a new world!
Country cottage character. Great sun and street appeal. Demolition proof exterior - concrete over double brick. Pristine Kauri floors. 3/4 bedrooms. Open plan kitchen/ living. Private deck. Lovely gardens and fully fenced section. Double garage. Heatpump and gas hot water. Great first home or investment. Was rented at $340pw. All reasonable offers considered.
$239,000 Web iD DO7231 Dale Carruth 021 182 2606
MAORI HILL 21 Passmore Crescent 4 2 2+OSP
Enjoy panoramic views of the coastline and $599,000 farmland from this beautifully presented, secluded property. Open plan kitchen/ living room, heated with a log fire and heat pump, with external access to patios. Sunny master bedroom, ensuite and W.I.W. Three double bedrooms, bathroom. Separate office. Double garage. Separate three bay garage/workshop. 8 mins drive to the CBD.
Honey for the money
Web iD DO7160 Quinton Taylor 027 733 9158
Stunning modernised villa! Appreciate the quality and fine living this tastefully modernized villa has to offer. Completely renovated from top to bottom, this family home boasts four bedrooms, two bathrooms and two living areas. Spacious kitchen/dining/living with French doors opening to the private sunny backyard. Three heatpumps, a Moisturemaster system and insulation throughout. Large workshop and OSP.
$555,000 Web iD DO7275 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
DUNEDIN CENTRAL 81 Russell Street Ted’s all alone It’s been no picnic being left by himself and he’s tired of being lonely so the house is up for sale. He’s realistic about price expectations. This cute 60m² house holds many happy memories. Ted has been around the block and won’t be influenced by a pretty face – he wants the cash. Could this be the buy of the year?
MORNINGTON 55 Argyle Street 1
$69,000 Web iD DO7250 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
THE GLEN 21 Walter Street More for your money! If you’re looking for a BIG family home with four double bedrooms, large modern living areas, lots of sun, great views, and centrally located close to town then this is the one for you! Modern kitchen and bathroom, built in wardrobes, a fire, heat pump, and sunny deck to enjoy the views.
Classic Mornington villa In popular Mornington sits this lovely home, modernized to a high standard yet offering original character features. 3 large bedrooms, modern bathroom, spacious open plan living with multiple heating sources, and doors flowing out to the private back section. The verandah provides wonderful views. A quality home - be quick!
3 1 1
$319,000 Web iD DO7079 Debbie O’Driscoll 0274 397 761
SOUTH DUNEDIN 16A Dick Street 4 1
$209,000 Web iD DO7220 Sel Sefo-Collins 021 225 5735 Debbie O’Driscoll 0274 397 761
New to the market!
2 1 OSP
Easy care unit. Front one of two units. Two bedrooms both with W.I.W. Open plan kitchen living. Good bathroom and laundry with seperate toilet. Small easy care gardens with lots of space for OSP. Lovely tidy unit close to services and positioned for maximum sun. Priced realistically so it won’t last long. Call today!
$159,500 Web iD DO7283 Debbie O’Driscoll 0274 397 761
CONCORD 26A Mulford Street Immaculate condition This lovingly cared for home offers three double bedrooms, semi open-plan dining and a sunny lounge with a heat pump and a log burner. Situated on a good corner section, the home is well insulated and boasts a big modern bathroom, good basement garage with storage room, and a sunny BBQ area. Close to schools and shops.
BRIGHTON 26 Scroggs Hill Road 3 1 1+OSP
Over $229,000 Web iD DO7268 Sel Sefo-Collins 021 225 5735
Let’s tick some boxes... • 809m² flat section • Fully serviced • Ready to build on or perfect for a relocatable ex-Christchurch home • 5 minute walk to beach or amenities • Elevated to appreciate magnificent coastal and rural vista • R.V. of $91,000
By negotiation Web iD DO7238 Kate Croy 021 993 083
BRIGHTON 16 Scroggs Hill Road
ST KILDA 110C Bay View Road
Sunny, private townhouse
This unique property is truly a rare find. Situated in the increasingly popular seaside retreat of Brighton, only a 17min drive to Dunedin’s CBD, is this wonderful opportunity. This 1705m² lifestyle section is on 2 titles. Maximise on the magnificent views with plenty of flat area for garaging, studio, gardens and entertaining areas. A short stroll to the beach, close to the school, shops and buses.
Fabulous location so close to shops etc, yet $179,000
By negotiation Web iD DO7222 Kate Croy 021 993 083
so private. Nicely designed and well fenced off with your own courtyard and small private lawn and garden area to potter in. Built in the 1980’s from Oamaru stone with aluminium windows. Large sunny living space with pleasant outlook.
Web iD DO7263 Mark Wallace 0274 386 121
ST KILDA 43A Grove Street
MOSGIEL 14 Hartstonge Avenue
Development opportunity This 321m² section is the perfect location for a developer to build a highly soughtafter townhouse. The section is down a leg-in drive and is flat, which would make building a dream. It is located in the ever handy suburb of St Kilda, which is close to shops, schools and buses. Sections of this size in this area are hard to find.
Development opportunity By negotiation Web iD DO7111 Mark Wallace 0274 386 121
This is a real opportunity to let your imagination run wild and look to develop this prime piece of land into a desirable end product. 2,849m² of land right next door to the Mosgiel New World. A flat, blank canvas ready for your input! Your earliest enquiry is welcome as this property ticks all of the boxes. Highly recommended.
• Septic Tank Design & Installation • Drainage • Roof Repairs • Drain Camera & Locator
$820,000 + GST Web iD DO7216 Peter Wilson 0274 327 489
• Hydrojet Drain Clearing • Gutter Cleaning • Industrial Abseiling • Domestic Plumbing • Commercial Maintenance
CITY RISE 99 Canongate
ST KILDA 65 Prince Albert Road
CAVERSHAM 352 South Road
City Rise investment
Create some equity
Multiple income stream
Centrally located multiple income stream block of brick flats built in the 1960’s. Four 2 bedroom fully self contained units in a popular rental area for professionals and senior students. Current rental stream of $820 per week gives the new owner the potential to increase rents and equity with a spruce up.
St Kilda is a popular rental location and this property offers two 2 bedroom, one 3 bedroom and one 4/5 bedroom unit. This 1970’s property has good potential to spruce up and generate further equity going forward, with a modest income stream of $930pw, there is potential for rental increases.
This long term investment is made up of three terraced houses on one title, each split into two flats, upstairs and downstairs. The six flats produce a weekly income of $860 with rents ranging from $130pw to $170pw. This 1910’s property has a floor area of 520m² and land area 796m². Large parking area plus a garage.
8 4 2
Web iD DO7259
Web iD DO7260
All by negotiation A rare opportunity to buy one, or all of this vendors portfolio. All three properties offering multiple income streams and possible future growth if you are prepared to put the work in. Viewing is by appointment, so call us today.
9 6 6
Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
LIBERTON 386 Pine Hill Road/35 Forrester Avenue
DUNEDIN CENTRAL 82 Stafford Street
Huge cash flow investment
Invest or nest
Sixteen units in total, made up of 13 open plan (lounge/bedroom) with own kitchen and bathroom plus 3 separate bedroom and separate lounge units. Built in 1950s, the units are on a site of 2995m2 with two street frontages – one from Forrester Avenue, the other from Pine Hill Road, with bus stop at the gate. Current weekly rent is $2,550.
Web iD DO7252 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
Web iD DO7261
Very tidy inner city villa currently rented at $265pw, same tenant since 2009. Three bedrooms plus open plan living. Harbour view from front of house plus sheltered, sunny, well fenced rear yard. Wood burner and heat pump. Easy walk to work and City main street. Affordable inner-city living.
By negotiation Web iD DO7253 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
DUNEDIN CENTRAL 22 Jones Street Walk to town! Close to the town centre, this conveniently located 2 double bedroom home is a must see. Upgraded kitchen & bathroom. Spacious open plan living with woodburner, opening onto sunny sheltered deck with views. Small, compact easy-care section with off street parking. Rented at $260pw until January 2013.
DUNEDIN SOUTH 57 Wesley Street 2 1 OSP
$199,000 - 6.79% Web iD DO7022 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
ST KILDA 3 Plunket Street Big in St Kilda! This could be it! A big house on an easy-care section. Modernised throughout, this large 6 bedroom family home has space for the whole family or continue as a sought after investment. Currently rented at $500pw to 31/12/12 (or could be $600pw). 2 bathrooms, extra toilet, single garage, good OSP. Handy to schools, beach, playgrounds and an easy drive to CBD.
Ideal first investment
This 120m2, 1940s roughcast house is located in the heart of South Dunedin on a 478m2 flat section. Rented at $300pw on a fixed term tenancy. Four bedrooms and open plan living. Well fenced. Roll up your sleeves - great potential here to be a good first home or long term rental.
$169,000 - 9.2% Web iD DO5941 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
KENSINGTON 73B Grosvenor Street 6 2 1+OSP
$379,000 Web iD DO7148 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
Modern townhouse investment Purpose-built four bedroom modern townhouse elevated to receive great sun and views over the Oval. Good rental history and currently let at $420per week to 31/12/12. Large single garage with internal access and automatic door, plus further OSP. This is a quality low maintenance investment or inner-city townhouse.
4 1 1+OSP
$259,000 - 8.4% Web iD DO7150 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
UNIVERSITY 142 & 144 Albany Street Buy one or both!
Same street as Central Library, handy to Unipol Gym, new Forsyth Barr Stadium and Central City shops. Each flat has six bedrooms and two bathrooms. Substantial refurbishment has been carried out in both flats, with 142 being extended at the rear to provide spacious living. Rooms are large and old villa windows have been sympathetically replaced with (in keeping) low maintenance aluminum. Private and well fenced rear yards. If you are looking for a safe long term investment, these are two properties not to be missed. Current rents at $128 (144) and $120 (142), both rented for 2013 at $130 each.
UNIVERSITY 25 Dundas Street Another set of henâ€™s teeth
$595,000 (each) Web iD DO7251 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
UNIVERSITY 809G Great King Street 3 1
6 2 1xOSP
Great entry level university rental investment $289,000
Modern purpose built student flat comprising $455,000 - 7.4%
or ideal for son/daughter whilst at University. A well presented three bedroom cottage with excellent outdoor living both front and back. Currently let at $375per week to four, but should be an easy let at $345 - $360pw to three. A must look, call us today to arrange your viewing.
six double bedrooms with built-in desks & wardrobes, two bathrooms and spacious open plan living. Rented at $648pw to 31/12/12. Being advertised at $660pw for 2013. Off street parking and close to all amenities. An easy, low maintenance investment!
Web iD DO7274 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
Web iD DO7287 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
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DUNEDIN CENTRAL 66A, B & C Elm Row
DUNEDIN CENTRAL 152 Cargill Street
Inner city investment
Built in the 1960â€™s these three brick inner city units are all on separate titles, each with their own garage and OSP. Freehold land but each unit is cross leased meaning the option of purchasing one or all three. Units B & C are both two bedroom with separate lounge/ kitchen, whilst unit A is more spacious and has an office/sunroom. Total weekly rent $670pw.
6 3 3+OSP
Deadline Sale Web iD DO7286 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
UNIVERSITY 3 Queen Street When location matters
5 1 1xOSP
A brick beauty, five double bedrooms rented for 2012 at $112per room (i.e. $560pw) to 31/12/12. Popular location for senior students. Sitting on land zone Res 4 and the vendor has resource consent to subdivide the rear portion of land into a freehold 210m2 development site, with the original house having 319m2 on its own freehold title. (Subdivision plans on file).
$455,000 Web iD DO7281 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
UNIVERSITY 171 Dundas Street 5 5 1
3 1 1xOSP
Fully renovated in recent years, this 170m2 $795,000 - 9.5%
Direct line of sight to the Forsyth Barr $289,000
roughcast villa has been turned into some of the best studio units on Campus. Each room is fully furnished, beautifully appointed and has its own ensuite. The five studios bring in a gross annual income of $75,400 for 2012 and will be $73,840 for 2013. Located only minutes walk to Medical, Dental & George Street.
Stadium. Well maintained investment close to the Polytech and University. Three double bedrooms, open plan living with heat pump. Off street parking for two vehicles. Being advertised for 2013 at 3 x $125. Ideal for family at Uni next year.
Web iD DO7272 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
Web iD DO7262 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
UNIVERSITY 9/93 Queen Street Kids at Uni in 2013? Well managed complex of seventeen units built in the 1980â€™s. Safe, secure and only a few minutes to classes. Two bedrooms, separate toilet, bathrooms (shower), and lounge facing the view over Campus. 24hour Dairy at corner. One allotted car park on site. All on one level with a pleasant outlook. Can be sold prior.
OPOHO 7 Roxburgh Street 2 1 1
Deadline Sale Web iD DO7282 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
Sunny investment 4 bedroom house, 2 sleepouts, 3 bathrooms. Currently rented at $655pw less $95pw landlord costs (Power & Sky) = $560 nett (plus sleepout currently used by owner, has previously been rented at $140pw). Projected rent for 2013 is $700pw with no landlord costs. ($140pw for lower sleepout (already let 2013), $420pw for main house (already let 2013) & $140pw for second sleepout â€“ yet to be let for 2013).
DUNEDIN CENTRAL 95 London Street
UNIVERSITY 17 Warrender Street
When location matters
Four bedder with upside!
Situated above the Central Shopping area, hospital and Dental School, this historical home offers many possibilities. Currently rented at a modest $425pw 2012, definitely room for rental increases. 5/6 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Previously rented as 2 separate flats. Room for enhancement.
Neg over $415,000 Web iD DO7012 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
Four bedroom cottage only 50m from George St. Handy to all faculties yet much quieter than other Campus areas. Classic verandah with concrete patio, lean-to at the rear for the clothes line. Kitchen with lounge/dining adjacent. Upgraded service areas. Rented at $95 per room for 2012.
$389,000 Web iD DO7273 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
Web iD DO6025 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
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UNIVERSITY 30 Park Street Seldom available This is a very well presented investment offering 2 x three bedroom student flats rented at a modest $120 per room for 2012 i.e. $37,440pa. Only a short stroll to University. This property suits senior students and offers the new owner rental increases going forward. Buy now and set the rents for 2013 or ideal for children studying.
UNIVERSITY 84 Queen Street 6 2 1
$520,000 - 7.2% Web iD DO7207 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
Check this out!
5 4 2
8% on income of $49,998 derived from a superbly presented villa in 4 flats + $25pw from a large garage/workshop & $12.50pw from single garage. The flats produce $248, $229, $229 & $218pw each. One 2 bedroom flat plus three 1 bedroom plus (study/small room) flats provide a split income stream, no outstanding maintenance in a very popular location close in but at the same time out of the war zone.
$625,000 - 8% Web iD DO7173 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
UNIVERSITY 4A Duke Street Scarce as hen’s teeth Three bedroom modern units are seldom built let alone available for purchase. Perfect for kids at University next year, but be quick. Gas hot water, heat pump, large open plan. Rented at $135per room to end of year.
CENTRAL CITY 307 Stuart Street 3
$369,000 Web iD DO7198 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
UNIVERSITY 74 Dundas Street Prime Campus opportunity This centrally located, five bedroom terrace flat with partial exposed brick living (funky) could be it. Just been listed and being advertised to let for 2013 at 5 x $100pw. Mortgage money is cheap and the time is right to set your own rents or use for family at University. Positive cash flow on Prime Campus is smart investing.
Great location - and return Located just up from the Octagon this classic villa boasts 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms (one is an ensuite). Charm and character, providing the current students with comfortable accommodation close to the City Centre and an easy short walk to University. The property attracts quieter living students at an easy rental of $615pw ($102 each) (2012). Buy for the family or set your own rents for 2013.
$409,000 - 8% Web iD DO7249 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
UNIVERSITY 15 Constitution Street 5 1
By negotiation Web iD DO7069 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
Family at Uni? Superb location, especially for Medical and Dental students. Quality gentleman’s residence featuring 5 bedrooms with many original features. OSP plus Council residents’ car parking on street (one per dwelling). Flatmates will be lining up to get a room in this very handy yet quiet location with so much to offer. From a rental perspective $130-$135pw should be easy. This would be an astute purchase.
5 1 OSP
$495,000 Web iD DO7229 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
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DUNEDIN NORTH 69 Malvern Street
UNIVERSITY 160 Queen Street
Invest in your future
Tidy first investment
Four bedroom house with heat pump plus sleepout with two big bedrooms all newly lined, painted, carpeted and heat pump. Rented for $500 total for the house and sleepout (separate power). An ideal opportunity for a local hands-on investor or out-of-town investor with management in place.
6 2 2xOSP
Neg over $260,000 - 10% Web iD DO4347 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
Looking for first investment or flat for your children whilst at University? Tidy four bedroom villa, elevated for great sun and amazing views over North Dunedin. Includes heat pump and all whiteware. Rented $420 per week for 2012.
DUNEDIN CENTRAL 16 London Street
UNIVERSITY 7 Taine Street
Inner City landmark
Bring me an offer!
Right in the heart of the city, so close to $695,000 medical and dentistry in an incredibly popular location. This house has iconic status with six studio rooms, two rooms with ensuites and two additional bathrooms. Fully tenanted for 2012. Lady owner has never had to advertise for tenants. Total rent $1185pw.
Web iD DO5162 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
$269,000 Web iD DO7044 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
5 1 OSP
Tidy 5 bedroom villa returning $24,960 for 2012. New bathroom, heat pump, rewired and ceiling/underfloor insulation. Elevated for all day sun with short walk to North Road and the Gardens shops, and on to University. With interest rates at historical lows, this is a very good time to be locking in for the security of a fixed rate for a number of years. Off-street parking. Well worth inspection.
$277,000 - 9% Web iD DO7221 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
UNIVERSITY 9 Montague Street Call the bank! Substantial single level villa in seven fully furnished studio rooms. Superbly presented inside with modern kitchen, gas cooking, 2 full modern bathrooms, gas hot water plus separate 3rd toilet. Fully rewired, heat pump in hallway and easy-care section. OSP + garage. Total weekly rent is $1220pw, $63,440p.a. Great investment, positive cash flow.
UNIVERSITY 17 A & B Titan Street 7 2 1+OSP
$575,000 - 11% gross Web iD DO7202 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
UNIVERSITY 655 Castle Street Solid investment This substantial brick property is highly sought after by students every year. Currently let to 7 students with a total weekly income of $910, $47,320pa. Located only minutesâ€™ walk to most faculties means regular rental increases going forward. Definite potential to spruce up & add value. A unique opportunity to own this iconic student flat.
Upmarket apartments on Campus! Unique development in the heart of Campus. There is simply nothing to compare the design and quality of these two superb flats. Two bedroom flat downstairs, one bedroom flat upstairs both on one title. Upstairs rented at $280pw, downstairs rented at $300pw. Truly a pride of ownership investment, call us today to arrange an inspection.
3 2 2xOSP
By negotiation Web iD DO7159 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
UNIVERSITY 54 Howe Street 7 2
$595,000 - 7.9% Web iD DO7067 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
Rarely available Standalone two bedroom brick house with spacious living area and heat pump. Sunny easy-care section. A short walk to all faculties. Rented for 2012 at $260pw. Stand-alone two bedroom houses on campus are like henâ€™s teeth!
$260,000 Web iD DO5529 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
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UNIVERSITY 141 Queen Street Double income stream Original 3 bedroom villa plus 1998 5 bedroom purpose-built student flat, all on an 1012m2 Residential Zone 1 site. Potential for increasing number of bedrooms on site. 2012 rental return - $46,540pa. OSP. Nicely elevated overlooking Prime Campus and only a brief walk to all faculties. With land in the North Dunedin precinct in tight demand, this is an opportunity worth considering.
GARDENS 59 & 61 Opoho Road 8 3 OSP
$567,000 - 8.2% Web iD DO7120 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
DUNEDIN CENTRAL 4 Kyber Pass Superannuation alternative
Two x 4 bedroom cottages nestled on the north side of the Botanical Gardens. Both rented at $320per week ($33,280pa total). 1 min walk from Gardens Shopping area. Leasehold can be purchased. Ground lease $5775pa incl. GST (leasehold land).
$275,000 - 10% (after ground lease)
Web iD DO5897 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
GARDENS 54 A & B Bank Street 8 2
Your tenants will enjoy the peace and $680,000 charm these eight studio rooms offer. Good bathroom and kitchen facilities plus neutral dĂŠcor throughout. Walking distance to the University, Hospital and the city. Small easy-care section. Great buying on todayâ€™s market. Phone me now for further details!
Make me an offer
Web iD DO5554 Ann Fitzgibbon-Park 021 770 063
Low maintenance investment Two modern 6 bedroom units an easy stroll to Uni & handy to Gardens Shopping Centre. Double rooms with built-in furniture plus 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets and spacious living. Rented at $68,640pa. Low maintenance & well insulated on easy-care section. Double glazing, heat pump & insulation.
Neg over $850,000 Web iD DO5799 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
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UNIVERSITY 818 Cumberland Street Split income stream Two flats. Three bedroom upstairs rented at $330pw to end of year. Downstairs â€“ 2 bedroom $240pw also to end of year. Modern kitchens and bathrooms only a few minutes to Central Library. Great split cash flow investment. Low maintenance â€“ easy management.
UNIVERSITY 7/93 Queen Street 5 2
$390,000 - 7.6% Web iD DO7146 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
UNIVERSITY 587 Castle Street When location matters Need a project? Look no further. This three bedroom terraced student flat is located in the heart land of the University precinct. All three rooms are large doubles, good size living and kitchen areas, plus utility room. With an upgrade, there is definitely room for rental increases. Rented at $240pw.
Easily managed investment Very tidy two bedroom unit. Open plan living with heat pump. Rented for 2012 at $270pw. One car parking space. Walk to all faculties. Ideal for kids at University or straight easily managed investment.
2 1 1xOSP
$229,000 - 6.1% Web iD DO5491 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
UNIVERSITY 4 MacKenzie Street 3 1
$210,000 Web iD DO7152 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
Better than it looks Tidy brick villa tucked away at north end of Prime Campus. Easy walk to all faculties. Stand-alone plus one car park. Nice sunny kitchen with living off plus three bedrooms in main house. Small sheltered courtyard with verandah for drying the washing. Further outbuilding room on site. Being advertised at $420pw. Well worth inspection.
4 1 1
$295,000 Web iD DO7147 Lane Sievwright 021 526 366 Clayton Sievwright 021 191 5555 Barclay Sievwright 021 351 781
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NORTH TAIERI Stylish modern design This fabulous modern home featuring clean lines and stylish design is instantly appealing. Situated in the middle of 2.14ha of land meaning your privacy is at its maximum. The spectacular kitchen is perfect for entertaining. Large open plan living features sliding doors off both sides of the lounge. Diesel-fired radiators, a gas fire in the lounge and underfloor heating in the bathroom ensure you are kept warm. Three double bedrooms, master with a lovely ensuite and direct access to the external spa. Easy care, well thought-out grounds surround the home. A large implement shed with a lock-up workshop and an attached high-quality studio room with ensuite and wood burner complete the property. This is a fully functioning farmlet with cattle yards and is well fenced for all stock. A top quality house in a superb location.
3 2 2+OSP
By negotiation Web iD DO7277 Peter Wilson 0274 327 489
MOSGIEL 478 Riccarton Road West Brand new lifestyle home Nestled away from the road up a private drive is this fabulous family home set in a quiet and tranquil location, on 2.1ha of lush flat Taieri grazing. The drive draws you to the main entrance of the home and two double garages, both with internal access to the alternative wings of the home. Expansive master bedroom with ensuite and W.I.W. The kitchen is the central hub of the home, featuring a fantastic walk-in pantry. Sliding doors open effortlessly to bring the outside in revealing the large deck. Formal lounge and home office with rural outlook. The other three spacious bedrooms with B.I.W. are serviced by a large family-sized bathroom. A truly remarkable home, with a very high standard of workmanship and an out-of-the-box design.
4 2 4+OSP
$799,000 Web iD DO7227 Peter Wilson 0274 327 489
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NORTH TAIERI 38 Tara Hills Drive Peaceful, modern, great value
4 2 2+OSP
This fabulous one year old home set on 1.5ha of land is ready for you. Warm and inviting, featuring generous open plan living designed to capture the sun and provide ease of indoor/ outdoor flow. The home offers three generous sized bedrooms, master with ensuite, plus a large office/4th bedroom. The main bathroom is of spacious proportions and fully optioned. The kitchen is the central hub of the home and its openness is refreshing. Large country laundry and double garaging with internal access. 3 bay outbuilding and a gentle sloping paddock. The home is priced to sell and your inspection is welcomed.
MILTON 95 Cullen Road Lifestyle supreme
$679,000 Web iD DO7215 Peter Wilson 0274 327 489
WAVY KNOWES 5 Kilmarnock Close 4 1 4+OSP
Set on 8.1ha (approx 20 acres) of stunning $425,000 farmland is this north-facing, large 4 bdrm Web iD DO7000 brick home. Spacious lounge with open Peter Wilson fire, sunroom, separate dining room with 0274 327 489 logburner, modernised galley kitchen. Large single garage and a 3 bay lockable garage/ workshop. Large parking area, a gorgeous garden & a duck pond.
8 3 2+OSP
Indoor/outdoor flow is effortless through $869,000 bi-fold doors from the sundrenched kitchen and formal lounge. Four generous bedrooms, master with ensuite & W.I.W. Upstairs another 2 bedrooms, nicely elevated for sun & views. Downstairs are two more, another bathroom and currently a theatre. Double garage and ample OSP.
Web iD DO5593 Peter Wilson 0274 327 489
NORTH TAIERI 136 School Road South
HALFWAY BUSH 12 Brinsdon Road
Stunning home on 6.5 acres
City life, country living
This is a beautiful home, only 7 years old, in a superb location. Situated away from the road in a private setting, this home has it all. Large flowing living room with easy access to the outdoors, four bedrooms, ensuite, stunning main bathroom. Two double garages and room for more. Gardens filled with colour and style. Call today.
4 2 4+OSP
$835,000 Web iD DO7103 Peter Wilson 0274 327 489
OCEAN VIEW 101 Creamery Road Entry level farmlet
This modern four bedroom brick family home sits on just over 2ha of gently sloping country. Tremendous family living space with a large lounge with a burner, opening through to a large dining area. The kitchen is the central hub with lovely country and city views. Two separate bathrooms. Double garage with internal access, plenty of off street parking. Separate studio, handy for many uses.
4 2 2+OSP
By negotiation Web iD DO7278 Peter Wilson 0274 327 489
HALFWAY BUSH 8 Dalziel Road 3 1 OSP
On the doorstep to the city
4 2 2+OSP
This is a great opportunity to obtain a 10ha To be Auctioned
Situated in the Penno block is this substantial $695,000
block of land with a 1960s home ready for new owners. Large block of Pine trees ready for pruning. Perfect for those who love the beach. Great investment or live and reap the rewards. Handy location. Genuine sellers are keen for your offer, will consider offers prior to Auction.
family home with lots of space for the whole family. Made of permanent materials, very modern and warm. 2ha of good grass ready to add your touches to, nicely elevated. Very quick trips to the city. A must view.
Web iD DO7289 Peter Wilson 0274 327 489
Web iD DO7290 Peter Wilson 0274 327 489
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SADDLE HILL 13 Sproull Drive
BRIGHTON 31 Kayforce Road
Rural paradise found Overlooking the Taieri plains is this modern, sunny home. Spacious lounge with a connecting deck. Superbly kitchen with all of the modern conveniences you would expect to find. Office nook off the lounge. Three double bedrooms, master with large ensuite and W.I.W. Double garage with internal access. Good sized workshop and a studio room with ensuite. Approx. 4 acres divided into 7 paddocks.
3 2 2+OSP
Offers over $579,000 Web iD DO7291 Peter Wilson 0274 327 489
Fabulous coastal lifestyle This is a superb lifestyle section waiting for $195,000 you to unleash your imagination and build Web iD DO7226 your dream home. Almost 3ha or 7.3 acres Peter Wilson with beautiful coastal views on one side and 0274 327 489 peaceful bush on the other. This is a very interesting piece of land with some trees already planted. Hard to find and highly recommended.
NORTH TAIERI 41 Tara Hills Drive
NORTH TAIERI 43 & 44 Tara Hills Drive
Superb lifestyle section ready for new home. $275,000 Tremendous sun and views. 1.5ha or 3.8 Web iD DO7186 acres. Title is issued. Phone now for further Peter Wilson details. 0274 327 489
This is a fantastic opportunity to buy a superb lifestyle property ready to build your dream home. This is 5.49ha or 13.5 acres on 2 titles. Panoramic views over the luscious Taieri plains. Phone me now for further details.
$580,000 Web iD DO7187 Peter Wilson 0274 327 489
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CONCORD 121 Stevenson Road
CONCORD 125 Stevenson Road
Fantastic value here Approximately 5 acre block, straight off the road, some trees and stream. 19,788m2 section. Gently sloping land, very handy location. Building platform already established. Shift or build your dream home here.
A lovely block at a great price $105,000 Web iD DO7293 Peter Wilson 0274 327 489
Approximately 3 acre block, rear lot, elevated. 11,816m2 section. Gently sloping land, very handy location. Building platform already established. Shift or build your dream home here.
BRIGHTON 360 Taieri Beach Road
Stunning lake views
This is an amazing opportunity to buy a By negotiation wonderful 39.5 ha block on two separate titles. 11 deer fenced paddocks all ready for farming tremendous tracks and natural waterways. Terrific bush block with mature trees. There is a modern 2 bedroom home with excellent views and deck. Large separate garage/workshop and cattle yards.
Web iD DO5912 Peter Wilson 0274 327 489
Plenty of options in the wonderful settlement of Waihola. Two separate sections for sale - with titles issued. Zoned Urban under the Clutha District Council plan; one over 2000mÂ˛, the other 3000mÂ˛ in five lots. Plenty of potential here to enjoy the stunning lake views. Phone for further details.
$99,000 Web iD DO7294 Peter Wilson 0274 327 489
$80,000 $300,000 Web iD DO7292 Peter Wilson 0274 327 489
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Highland Park is an exciting new community development located in the heart of the Taieri and is set to redefine living standards the Otago region.
With a seamless integration with Mosgiel's rich Scottish tradition, Highland Park properties offer the convenience of modern urba living right on the doorstep of Dunedin city. With a high level of amenity and land and home packages to suit all budgets, Highland Park is a unique lifestyle development defined by openness, green spaces, and a nurtured sense of community.
5 reasons to choose Highland Park
Highland Park is a Mosgiel subdivision of the highest quality designed locally by Surveying Consultants Terramark and award winning Landscape Architecture firm KamoMarsh.
Setting new architectural andhaslandscape designtree standards inaOtago Their input resulted in stunning lined lanes, bridge and other
landscaped Fibre optic technology to yourfeatures door which make Highland Park stand out from the crowd.
PRICED FROM $159,000!
Dynamic living on the edge of the city
Protection to maintain the value your investment Section prices include:
Flexible land and home packages available • Boundary fencesto suit all lifestyles • Sealed vehicular crossings • Stormwater discharge connections Proudly presented by Edinburgh Realty • All services to boundary 123B Gordon Road, Mosgiel Phone (03) 489 5444
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MOSGIEL 1 Esk Place Quality brick home This property is well suited for many different types of buyers. Situated on a medium-sized section this solid three bedroom 60â€™s brick and roughcast home has certainly been well cared for and maintained both inside and out. Open plan kitchen/dining with floor mounted heatpump, flows through to the lounge and out to the private sundeck. Excellent carpets, drapes and dĂŠcor throughout. Double garage and two garden sheds. Just a phone call away for further information.
By negotiation Web iD MO1326 Jenny Lambert 0274 326 354
OCEAN VIEW 763 Brighton Road Character and comfort - Easy beach access Situated on a fenced private section, this instantly appealing property exudes warmth and comfort from the moment you enter. Spacious open plan kitchen/dining and lounge are heated by a large Yunca burner. Three bedrooms, two large and one single. The covered patio area at the front of the home is well suited for evening or daytime BBQs. Vehicles are well accommodated with a roomy double garage, extra utility room. This is a very tidy property both inside and out, with easy beach access too! You wont be disappointed.
To be Auctioned Web iD MO1324 Jenny Lambert 0274 326 354
Auction: 1pm Wednesday 5th September 2012 (unless sold prior) in our office 578 George Street, Dunedin
MOSGIEL 14 Ayr Street Price reduced - Ready to go! Room to spread out in this well presented four bedroom home. Easy indoor/outdoor flow from the dining & lounge to the sunny private outdoor area. Modern kitchen including dishwasher, pot belly fire on wet back in the open plan living area. Large lounge receiving morning and afternoon sun. Spa bath, two toilets. Double garage with auto door and OSP.
MOSGIEL 47A Bush Road 4 1 2+OSP
Negotiable over $249,000 Web iD MO1296 Jenny Lambert 0274 326 354
MOSGIEL 192B Gordon Road Cosy two bedroom unit
Sought-after! Approximately three year old, two bedroom, brick stand-alone townhouse. A lovely large open plan living area facing the afternoon sun. Large bathroom, excellent storage and internal access to double garage. A very warm property, double glazing and well insulated. Private sunny outdoor living area, small section.
2 1 2+OSP
$340,000 Web iD MO1325 Jenny Lambert 0274 326 354
ABBOTSFORD 7 Lethaby Street 2 1 1
Be quick for brick!
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Situated in the heart of Mosgiel, this cosy unit $189,000
Fantastic three bedroom home with lovely $212,000
offers two bedrooms with built in wardrobes, generous open plan kitchen/living area with log burner, laundry/ bathroom and separate toilet. Very sunny easy care section plus carport and storage area. Handy to all amenities. Currently rented at $230pw until February 2013. Well worthy of inspection!
new kitchen. Separate lounge with burner and heatpump. Deck overlooking the very sunny, easy-care section. Single car garage. Call today! Price reduced, make an offer!
Web iD MO1321 Gavin McBride 0274 335 257
Web iD MO1315 Gavin McBride 0274 335 257
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MILTON 10 Milton Highway All the room you’ll ever need This attractive 2.55ha lifestyle property has a lot to offer. A substantial 5-bedroom, family home, attached, double garage and workshop, large open-plan kitchen, dining, living areas and a games room. Separate main bathroom, shower and separate toilet. 3 double bedrooms (one with an ensuite, another with its own toilet and basin), one twin-size and one single bedroom. Grazing for livestock, on town water supply.
BALCLUTHA 22 High Street, Kakapuaka 5 3 2+OSP
By negotiation Web iD DO6074 Quinton Taylor 027 733 9158
CLINTON 43 Main Road The Old Stationmasters’ Cottage Built to last, this ex-state house sits in a prime location. Featuring 3 bedrooms, open plan kitchen/lounge/dining plus multiburner on wetback. All set to go for a crib or tenants or update the colours to have a warm comfortable home today. ¼ acre section plus sheltered workshop area at the back of the house. Plenty of OSP.
Think it over... but not for long! What an opportunity this property is in Kakapuaka just a short drive from Balclutha. A larger that usual lifestyle block at 8.1812ha, it comes with a lovely, renovated threebedroom house, and stock and machinery is available in the sale. You will love the landscaped gardens surrounding the house adding charm to this peaceful setting.
3 1 2+OSP
By negotiation Web iD DO7171 Quinton Taylor 027 733 9158
MILTON 58 Chaucer Street 3 1 OSP
By negotiation Web iD DO6086 Gavin McBride 0274 335 257
Fenced for little feet and paws Generous 3 bedroom home, blanket wrapped to ward against the winter chills. Many bonus features here - gas hot water, charming character bathroom, tinted aluminium windows, multiburner, HRV system, sunroom plus 3 double bedrooms. Representing comfortable family living today plus an opportunity to further improve.
3 1 1+OSP
$169,000 Web iD DO5919 Gavin McBride 0274 335 257
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HERIOT 6 Dee Street Move out of the fast lane Looking for a country base close to Central Otago skiing, hunting and fishing spots? This is the property for you! This inviting home features three spacious levels, large internal access garage/workshop, on 3212ms (3/4 acre) of land. New fences, two near-new tunnel houses and a separate cottage for storage. Call today!
MILTON 79 Spenser Street 3 2 3+OSP
$275,000 Web iD DO7062 Quinton Taylor 027 733 9158
Modernised character The renovations are complete - a charming composition of the old and new. The home is ready to live in leaving room to add your own personal touch. This tidy 3 bedroom home on a smaller sized section is comfortable and warm with logburner and well set for the sun. Walk to the shops, park and handy to local schools.
$149,000 Web iD DO5918 Gavin McBride 0274 335 257
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KARITANE 8 Dunnet Street Holidays by the Coast This rough-cast two bedroom cottage with sunny sunroom is handy to the river bank plus a five minute drive to the Karitane beach and boat ramp. The property is on a 529m2 section with a private back yard, large single garage, older style sleep-out, and a storage shed. This house would make a great holiday home.
WAIKOUAITI 12 Jones Street 2 1 1+OSP
By negotiation Web iD DO7271 Vicki Offen 0212 127 842
WAIKOUAITI 61 Beach Street Landscaped to perfection Admire the landscaped section of this 6 year old property. All the hard work has been done - just move in and enjoy. The home has 3 bedrooms, master with ensuite, two living areas, and kitchen with bi-folding window onto back deck area for summer BBQ’s. There is a sealed driveway to the double garage with internal access. A must view.
Solid family home
3 1 1+OSP
Tidy brick and roughcast three bedroom home modernized. Kitchen sunny, open plan living with inbuilt burner. Massive bathroom, laundry with separate bath and shower. Good size carport with extra storage shed attached. The property is on a small landscaped section with lots of OSP and a handy walk to the beach.
$195,000 Web iD DO6019 Vicki Offen 0212 127 842
WAIKOUAITI Main Road 3 2 2+OSP
$345,000 Web iD DO5980 Vicki Offen 0212 127 842
5 sections to choose from! • 226 Main Road - $65,000 • 228 Main Road - $65,000 • 230 Main Road - $65,000 • 4 Beach Street - ¼ acre section handy to town, bus stop at your door. $65,000 • 2 Beach Street - Building consent for 3 bedroom home. $68,000
Contact me for more information www.edinburghrealty.co.nz
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WAIKOUAITI 1625 Waitati State Highway 1
WAIKOUAITI 120 Thomas Street
Finish the dream
The present owner has laid the concrete block foundations There is power to the power box water tank included plus plans for a split level two bedroom house if needed. You will be impressed with the fantastic view off Blueskin Bay and sea views form the 1012 m2 section.
$105,000 Web iD DO6083 Vicki Offen 0212 127 842
WAIKOUAITI 16 Fell Street Holidays by the Coast Seldom available close to the beach, this low maintenance, two bedroom crib features sunny open plan living. The fenced 635mÂ˛ section has lots of OSP for the boat, caravan or the house bus. Only a 5 minute walk to the beach and around the corner from the local tavern.
Warm sunny three bedroom family home set on a private quarter acre section only minutes from the beach. With two open plan living areas both with attached conservatories, large separate kitchen with double door fridge/freezer with icemaker. There is a double garage and this is all set on a large flat section. Donâ€™t delay!
3 1 2+OSP
$220,000 Web iD DO5327 Vicki Offen 0212 127 842
WAIKOUAITI 210A Main Road 2 1
$139,000 Web iD DO7190 Vicki Offen 0212 127 842
Great rural views Elevated for the sun and views, this two bedroom bungalow is only minutes from the shops, school, childcare and bus stops. The owners have just modernised the bathroom and built extra deck space. Master bedroom and living area open onto the verandah. Carport plus off street parking.
2 1 1+OSP
$209,000 Web iD DO7191 Vicki Offen 0212 127 842
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WANAKA 8 Hogan Lane Surplus to requirements The vendor would really like to move this property. This 900mÂ˛ section is set in an established, private location with lake and mountain views. All the services to the boundary and subdivision potential, or build your home and landscape the ample sized section. Phone Harry today.
$269,000 Web iD WA56350 Harry Briggs 027 431 1550
LAKE HAWEA 16 Hewson Crescent
HAWEA Domain Road
Big sunny section
Further reduction on this super back section, $115,000 in the family friendly Timsfield subdivision. Lot 26, a north facing, 1,090sqm level building site, is one of only two back sections sharing a sealed drive. The other house is already in place. Great views to the mountains and only 15 minutes drive to Wanaka.
Web iD WA56352 Don Buick 029 389 8197
If you can see the woods for the trees, then this 1ha (more or less) triangular block of trees will make an ideal site for your new home. Clear a building site, and enjoy mountain views with shelter and privacy. Zoned rural residential, with potential to further subdivide, this fully fenced site will have its own title and services, (water, power & sewerage) to the boundary. Call for more information.
$265,000 Web iD WA56337 Don Buick 029 389 8197
LUGGATE 15 Alice Burn Drive
WANAKA 58 Forest Heights
A section for under $100K! What a find in a quiet cul-de-sac across the road from the pretty Luggate Creek and with a flat, fully serviced 804m² section. Lovely mountain views and a peaceful part of the world to build a home or holiday pad.
One of the last! $99,000 Web iD WA56345 Ursula Porter 027 558 6170
This 1,800m² elevated section in one of Wanakas most sought-after subdivisions is waiting for you. The panoramic vistas from the gently sloping terrace is truly awe-inspiring, providing sweeping views over Lake Wanaka and the surrounding mountains. Phone Harry today.
By negotiation Web iD WA56368 Harry Briggs 027 431 1550
WANAKA Spencer House Mall, Dunmore Street
WANAKA Spencer House Mall, Dunmore Street
Japanese food but not as we know it Jim!
Yohei is a compact & quirky café in the heart of beautiful Wanaka. Proudly inauthentic sushi, Supreme coffee and fresh juices, great range of gluten free products, big local following, easy to run. This business would suit an enthusiastic young couple of foodies who see life a little outside the box. Not a sandwich or panini in sight.
$79,000 + GST Web iD WA56363 Harry Briggs 027 431 1550
Why pay $400 per m2 p.a. for your retail/ office space when you can come into the Spencer House Mall, Dunmore Street in central Wanaka for only $200 per m2 p.a (plus outgoings)! There is NEW space available ranging from 68m2 to 150m2. No key money. The fit-out costs are minimal. Contact Harry today for more information.
For lease Negotiable Web iD WA56196 Harry Briggs 027 431 1550
WANAKA 196A Stone Street Dreaming of a Wanaka property? Well, now is a good time to turn that dream into a reality. This 3 bedroom house on its own freehold title is well located and only a 2km drive to the Wanaka lakefront and town. Offering 3 bedrooms, a heat pump, open plan living and a private rear garden and courtyard, it offers many options as a Wanaka entry level property, a rental investment or a holiday home here in our mountain and lake “paradise”. Don’t dream any more, as Wanaka properties in this price bracket don’t come up very often. Call Ursula for more information or to view.
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By negotiation Web iD WA56340 Ursula Porter 027 558 6170
WANAKA 194B Stone Street A four bedder - Great rental! This four bedroom house on its own freehold title (485m2) offers fantastic buying for the astute purchaser and offers options galore. Situated close to town, the medical centre, only 2 kms from the lake and en-route to the Cardrona ski field, it is currently being rented out at $440 per week. The living area hosts a cosy woodburner to keep warm after a day up the mountain, and also opens up to a sunny north facing deck and fenced back garden ideal for summer indoor-outdoor living. Plenty of storage, off-street parking and room for a boat make this property a must to view in the under $400,000 price range. Secure a foothold in Wanaka and enjoy having your mortgage paid by your tenants!
4 1 OSP
Offers over $385,000 Web iD WA56359 Ursula Porter 027 558 6170
ALBERT TOWN 67 Lagoon Avenue Price reduced - must be sold! This really is â€œone stop shoppingâ€? if you need room for the family, all day sun and fantastic indoor/outdoor living. Step through the front gate and feel yourself relax in the beautifully presented, fully fenced gardens. A lovely peaceful 4 bedroom home in a quiet location. Logfire/heatpump, electronic irrigation and double garage.
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$490,000 Web iD WA56266 Harry Briggs 027 431 1550
WANAKA 62 Kings Drive More than a family home This stunning, large four bedroom family or holiday home is ready and waiting for a new owner. Located upstairs is the well-appointed, open plan kitchen/dining/living area featuring a grand stone fireplace, tonnes of natural light, and plenty of space for all of the family. Also upstairs is the master bedroom with a large built-in-wardrobe.
Enjoy the fantastic lake and mountain views while sitting by the open fire on those cold winter evenings, and in summer enjoy BBQâ€™s on the sunny deck or paved entertaining area. Downstairs are a further three bedrooms (or two bedrooms and an office), a second living area and kitchenette - perfect for a teenage retreat. Tiled common areas make cleaning a breeze! Access outdoors from both levels of the home.
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A large double garage and plenty of off street parking take care of the vehicles and the boat. A superb family or holiday home set on an 835mÂ˛ easy care section - why look any further? Phone Harry today for an appointment to view or for more information.
$689,000 Web iD WA56360 Harry Briggs 027 431 1550
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Kahu Youth Kahu Youth is a registered Charitable Trust formed in July 2003, and is managed by a trust board of 6 Trustees who meet monthly. It was developed after the community recognized a need for youth voice, along with youth based activities and events within the Wanaka Community. Kahu Youth Trust now has two Youth Workers operating 35 hours a week both in and out of ‘The Crib’ - a youth club situated beneath Cinema Paradiso on Ardmore Street. They are dedicated to working with young people aged between 11-24 years old. Kahu Youth provides programmes, activities and events for youth (11-24 years) and their whanau in the Upper Clutha region. Kahu Youth also run programmes during the school holidays, annual projects and various other community-wide youth-focused events around Wanaka. Drop in The Crib is open until 10pm on both Friday and Saturday nights. Young people come 8 Exclusive
down and hang out in a safe environment, play games and cook a healthy shared meal. There are generally between 20 and 35 young people each session. Adventure clubs Boys and Girls Adventure Club runs every week after school with a varied program of activities WYCM Every Tuesday, young change makers’ group ‘WYCM’ meet up to plan and do all things sustainable. So far they’ve made a Google map of free things to do in Wanaka, built a garden and bird feeders, and made a movie.
Holiday programmes Kahu Youth provides activities based at The Crib every school Holidays for those at a bit of a loose end, and children of working families. They also venture out to Queenstown, go on overnight camps and make the most of the beautiful landscape at the doorstep. Mentoring This year Kahu Youth launched its new mentoring program with MAC and supported by the Presbyterian and Anglican churches. Aimed at Year 10’s, Kahu Youth match young people with adult mentors from the local community to suit their need. See www.kahuyouth.org for more info.
Beef in Ancho Orange Adobo Sauce
Florence’s Foodstore & Café is situated on the outskirts of Wanaka in a garden setting within the Heritage Park, with 180 degree views of Wanaka’s embracing mountains. It is an experiential food destination, where your eye, as well as your palate is appeased. One can eat at the café or on the outdoor terrace, and also wander through the foodstore, tasting and enjoying the displays of food, local and imported. Open seven days from 8.30 – 4.00pm, Florence’s have a breakfast menu until 11.30am then a blackboard menu featuring cuisine that often uses shelf product, delicious and delicate afternoon and morning teas. The ‘Florence’s’ brand of preserves is available, specialising in frozen, ready-made meals that visitors and locals love. Florence’s look forward to your visit.
Ingredients - Sauce
Florence’s Foodstore & Cafe 71 Cardrona Valley Road, Wanaka (03) 443 7078
1 tablespoon chopped chipotle in adobo
8 garlic cloves 3 dried ancho chillis 4 cups orange juice 2 tablespoons brown sugar 2 tablespoons dried Mexican oregano 2 tablespoons cider vinegar 2 teaspoons salt 2 teaspoons black pepper 3 teaspoons ground cumin 1 cinnamon stick 2 bay leaves ½ tablespoon chilli powder
Ingredients - Beef 1kg beef
How to proceed Toast garlic in sauté pan until soft, about 12-15 mins. Remove and add chillis to pan to toast, turning once until fragrant, about 30 secs. Peel garlic and add to med saucepan with chillis and the rest of adobo ingredients. Bring to boil then reduce heat to simmer until chillis are soft, about 10–15 mins. Remove cinnamon stick & bay leaves and reserve. Cool adobo slightly then puree in blender until smooth. Toss beef in salt, pepper and flour and brown over high heat in oil. Bring adobo to boil and add meat and reserved cinnamon stick and bay leaves. Add hot water to bring liquid level with beef. Cover and cook over low heat for at least 2 hours, skimming any fat off top. Serve beef with sour cream, fresh coriander, corn chips and corn muffins. All special Mexican ingredients are found on the shelves at Florence’s.
1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon pepper 2 tablespoons flour 2 teaspoons canola oil 2 onions chopped Bunch fresh coriander www.edinburghrealty.co.nz 9
Pembroke Putt Mini-golf fans are now spoilt for choice in Wanaka with the latest addition, Pembroke Putt, opening for business two months ago. Long-time Wanaka residents and friends since school, Linton Allison (35), Arne Gawn (35) and Greg Richards (33), have talked about building a mini-golf course for a long time - talk that has now become a reality.
Now the directors of Lake Wanaka Investments Limited, the three men spend two years searching for the perfect place to establish a mini-golf business. The idea developed from the directors noticing a gap in the market for affordable family activities in the heart of Wanaka. The biggest hurdle was finding a suitable section in a central location. 6 Exclusive
After securing a minimum 15-month lease over a prime 1000sqm commercial site at 67 Brownston Street, plans were set in place to open â€œPembroke Puttâ€? at the end of June 2012, in time for the school holidays. The men liaised with Lakes Environmental planners to ensure planned site alterations fell within the parameters of the commercial
zone, meaning no resource consent was required. A site plan was drawn up and the 18 holes were roughly mapped out, with the directors designing the holes themselves. The men combined their professional skills Mr Allison is the owner of a graphic design business, Mr Gawn has a landscaping company and Mr Richards is an electrician -
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to transform the site during the next seven weeks, working weekends and evenings to get the job done as that was the only time that could be dedicated to the build. The boys were lucky with the weather; although it was freezing and they often had to wait for the frost to thaw before starting work for the day, it only rained once during the construction stage. All 18 Kiwiana and Lake Wanaka-themed holes are sponsored by local business so some of the holes were adapted to suit the sponsors, being R&K Yule Builders, Rossignol, Placemakers, Wanaka Internet, Laser Electrical, Jolly Earthworks, Controller Freaks, Basecamp, GSD Painters, Creek Cafe and Bar, Torque Marine, Firth, Tidy Design, Fulton Hogan, Warren Rusbridge Transport, Mike Greer Homes, GW
Plumbing and Kustom Hot Rods. Some of the feature holes include a ski-jump, a digger bucket, a sunken dinghy, a road hole and the 18th hole is a loop-de-loop. Mobile pizza company Francescaâ€™s is also on the lease and has taken up a permanent station next to the mini golf course. Lots of people stop halfway through their round of mini-golf for a pizza and then finish the last 9 holes, or order a pizza to take away after their game. So far the mini-golf business is exceeding the staffâ€™s expectations. Some days are busier than others but it can never be predicted. Weekends are the busiest time but no two days are the same. Obviously weather dependant being an outdoor activity, Pembroke Putt is also becoming
busier in the evenings as it is getting lighter at night. At this stage Pembroke seems to be getting an even mix of locals and tourists, plus quite a few returning customers already, which is great to see. They have also had a few social functions and birthday parties which they like to encourage. Mini-golf is a great, fun group activity for all ages so head down to Pembroke and get your golf on! Pembroke Putt is centrally located next to Base Backpackers and across the road from Cinema Paradiso. Call 021 215 2129 for more information Adults - $10 Under 5yrs - Free Child (5-14yrs) - $7.50 Family (2 adults, 2 children) - $30 Extra children - $5 www.edinburghrealty.co.nz 7
Welcome to Paradiso Cinema Paradiso is not your average run-of-the-mill cinema. Step through the doors and be seduced by the smell of freshly baked cookies and homemade pizzas. Quench your thirst with a locally-brewed cold beer while you queue. Pick your seat; a couch, a plane seat or the Cinema Paradiso car. Sit back, relax and enjoy. Revered by locals and visitors as a Wanaka treasure, Cinema Paradiso appears like it has been pulled straight out of Alice in Wonderland. Oozing with quintessential charm, Cinema Paradiso takes the usual packaged-and-processed version of a trip to the movies, and replaces it with a unique and enjoyable adventure. Scotsman Calum MacLeod first converted an old electrical sales shop in Ardmore Street into his own Cinema Paradiso by spreading out 50 comfy chairs and couches. Moving this year to a new building to ensure Paradiso could continue providing joy to movie-goers, the cinema now sits happily at 72 Brownston Street in a converted church building.
The small café offers melt-in-the-mouth freshly baked cookies still warm from the oven, a selection of dips, garlic bread, home-made pizza and wraps or, for the really hungry, there’s Thai yellow curry, Paradiso lasagne, fish pie or a steak sandwich. Wash it all down with a locally brewed cold beer or chilled wine, or warm yourself up with a freshly brewed coffee or hot chocolate. Oh, and don’t forget the yummy cakes, slices and home-made ice-cream! The best thing is, just like the good old days, there’s an intermission. So if you get the munchies half way through the film, you can stock up during the break. Or if you didn’t have time to have dinner beforehand, order
it before the show and it will be ready at half-time! You could even order a dessert to enjoy after the movie ends. Magic! Locals know to queue before the doors open, to secure the best seats in the house. Cinema Paradiso is made up entirely comfy old sofas, armchairs you can sink into, airline seats, a lazyboy and even three seats inside an old yellow Morris Minor. Lose yourself in a Hollywood blockbuster for a couple of hours, seated in premium at-home comfort with stunningly good food. Cinema Paradiso 72 Brownston St, Wanaka (03) 443 1505 www.paradiso.net.nz
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Treble Cone Closing Day Get into your glad rags for Treble Cone’s closing day - the Snow Party of the year. Always a fantastic celebration of the season that was. Bright garishly ugly retro dress ups a must! Slush Cup will run - weather and snow allowing - and all with a backdrop of beats on the plaza. Sunday 30 September 2012. See www.treblecone.com for more information or passes
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Photo credit: Rich Bayley Photography
“Driving up to the Remarkables Ski area first thing in the morning is definitely worth the lost minutes snoozing especially if you can catch a sunrise like this and get some fresh turns in too!”
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Asian with a Kiwi flavour If you’ve never tried roast lamb with mint sauce sushi then you need to visit Yohei café in the Spencer House Mall, Wanaka. This quirky little eatery offers a range of gluten free asian food that will make you laugh, then have you coming back for more. “We’re the whole package” says owner John Gordon, “Fresh juices and smoothies, Supreme coffee, great music, friendly staff, free wifi and of course our delicious original food.” Handy hint - try the $7.00 vegetable curry or a ‘mini pod of ginger lurve’. You’ll be hooked.
It’s all an illusion... Locals are being given the chance to come up with a name for the major new extension at Wanaka’s iconic visitor attraction, Puzzling World. Construction of the 530 square metre complex is at the half way stage with the new attraction due to open in early December. It will be the fifth and largest illusion room at Puzzling World which is also celebrating its 40th year in business. Puzzling World want a name which encompasses what they’re trying to achieve which is to create a unique space that explores the artistic, sculptural side of illusions. The new room will feature some 25 large sculptures, artworks and displays in an environment that seeks to re-create a natural, indoor garden setting. The planned exhibits include living walls, stone carpets, impossible garden seats and hanging waterfalls. Entries in the name competition can be posted on Puzzling World’s Facebook page or emailed to email@example.com. The winner will be announced on October 1st.
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Welcome Welcome to the latest issue of Exclusive. As we head toward longer days and warmer temperatures, we still appear to be amid a seller’s market. A well-presented property in the mid-price range continues to be the focal point of the majority of buyers we meet. If you are thinking of selling your home, call your local Edinburgh Realty office to arrange for one of our team to come and undertake a free market appraisal, to get an idea of your property’s market value. In this month’s issue we lose ourselves in the comfy couches of Cinema Paradiso, enjoy a round of mini-golf at Pembroke Putt, and sample a favourite from Florence’s Foodstore & Café. The Edinburgh Realty Art Awards opened in early August and 141 artists from all over Otago submitted their work for judging. We were lucky enough to have Jenny Sherman from the Dunedin Public Art Gallery judge the awards, setting a very high standard of selected artworks. A big thanks to Jenny, each of the artists and the Otago Art Society for their efforts in making The Edinburgh Realty Art Awards a huge success yet again in 2012. Kind regards, Mark Miller General Manager
Inside 4 Lose yourself in a theatre of adventure at Cinema Paradiso.
6 Enjoy a round of mini-golf at Wanaka’s newest course, Pembroke Putt.
9 Recreate a favourite from Florence’s Foodstore & Café.
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Cover Image: 20 Briar Bank Drive, Wanaka - Image courtesy of Open2View Exclusive magazine designed and edited by: Sam Moodie Edinburgh Realty Limited Licensed under the Real Estate Agents Act 2008
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THE EDINBURGH REALTY MAGAZINE SEPTEMBER 2012
Welcome to Paradiso
Not your run-of-the-mill Cinema
Have a putt and a pizza at Pembroke
Looking out for the kids of our community