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THE RAGLAN

CHRONICLE

Nga Ripo o Whaingaroa

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11th July 2019 - Issue #654

Whaingaroa news for you weekly Ends 14th July 2019

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AUCTION NOTICE: This Friday & Saturday

Saturday 13 July 10:30am 1pm 1pm

56 Government Road Raglan

9c East Street Raglan

• Impressive home - priceless views. • North-facing 546 sqm site. • Three spacious double bedrooms upstairs and large extra room downstairs.

• Two bedroom first home buyer’s delight. • Very easy-care property. • Open plan, bright and airy with great rural views.

Auction 6:00pm, Friday 12 July Ray White Raglan Office (unless sold prior)

Auction 10:30am, Saturday 13 July On site (unless sold prior)

Julie Hanna 027 441 8964

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Julie Hanna 027 441 8964

Auction 9c East Street (on site) 8 Three Streams Road 16 Simon Road

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Chief enabler steps up to the Xtreme Zero Waste plate

Introducing Xtreme Zero Waste's new GM, Dallas Butler.

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treme Zero Waste’s new general manager core business Dallas Butler describes his role as enabling the organisation to push ahead in new directions.

the core business load off Rick Thorpe and Cheryl Reynolds as they forge ahead with new innovation projects. He knows that all these and future projects will require dollars, something Xtreme doesn’t have a lot of as a not-forprofit working towards a circular economy model. Dallas says they often start out on the back foot financially. “The community might think we are doing really well here; they may not understand our costs. We are not profitable and we reinvest what we do make back into developing the organisation and our people.” Investments like the food waste collection that had buy in from Waikato District Council and the Ministry for the Environment. Despite WDC’s 2018-24 Waste Minimisation and Management Plan proposed vision to make zero waste and resource recovery an integral part of the community, they withdrew critical food waste funding after a poorly worded survey found that people loved the idea but didn’t want to pay a targeted rate for the service.

Xtreme is now looking to fund raise $120,000 including $30,000 through crowdfunding platform Give-a-little for the food waste service, and Dallas says they are determined to keep it going. “It doesn’t make sense to start, and stop and start the service again.” He started the role over a month ago now and has spent the time listening, observing and having conversations with the XZW team. He’s enjoyed looking out at the action from his office and seeing how the place operates. “I’m the new guy here and I’m just getting an understanding of how the staff go about their day-to-day business. I’ll be looking at how I can make their job easier. If I’ve got happy people working here, I’m winning,” he says. Moving from a recent corporate role within the construction industry in Auckland, Dallas was looking for a role to feed his soul. He’d had enough of bottom financial lines being the core drivers of business and liked what he saw at Xtreme. And, he says, Xtreme offers that in bucketloads. With zero waste, environmental impact, job creation and circular economies at the core of Xtreme’s business, the new job is providing Dallas with many bottom lines to manage, develop and grow. Describing himself as a ‘father on his own’, Dallas has made the move with his 15-year-old son Jahli who has joined him after completing the school term at Auckland and starts at Raglan Area School next term. “I was pretty lucky to find a place to rent. I took it without having seen it,” he says. Raglan feels more like home, from Raukokore - Waihau Bay originally, Auckland was never going to be home for the East Coast boy. “Auckland was so far removed from my roots and upbringing.” And it helps that Whaingaroa offers all the activities that he loves – surfing, diving, fishing, hunting and as he says, just getting out in the natural environment. He took a seven months off from his last role before he made the decision to go for the job at Xtreme. Spending the time and investing in his son was invaluable. “I was a professional pain in the arse to my son, apparently,” he laughs. Visit givealittle.co.nz/cause/lets-dothis-raglan to keep diverting household food waste from the landfill. Janine Jackson

Spring boarding off Xtreme’s solid foundation in the social enterprise arena, Dallas hopes to inject some professionalism and efficiency into the not-for-profit organisation “I want to lift our game…all the ingredients are here.” Lifting the game will mean lobbying local and national politicians, businesses and funders to take note of what Xtreme is doing in a space that is making a difference to climate change. Dallas says he’s well up for the game. Dressed comfortably in his XZW hoodie, he laughs, “I enjoy putting on a shirt and advocating our space to the politicians and businesses when needed.” As Xtreme’s ‘chief enabler’, Dallas believes that increased professionalism and efficiency will have a flow on affect, supporting the organisation as it innovates and adapts to the changing political and environmental landscape. And change is afoot with the wood yard being developed into a community shed space, with the potential to provide upcycling and Served with garlic ciabatta V Can be GF mending workshops, and an onsite community tool library. Seared eye fillet steak, onion relish, beefsteak tomato, cheese & There’s also plans in iceberg on a brioche bun place for an education building behind the main office which will provide Steamed with citrus soy, spiced candy cashews fresh herbs & chilli V a space for learning as well as a community meeting space. Seared lamb mince, grilled haloumi cheese, caramelized onion, As the new general pinenuts, mint, coriander & labneh manager for core business, and strong supporter of 2 Bow Street Raglan | 07 825 0565 | F @georgesbeachclubraglan innovation, Dallas can take

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RAGLAN JUNIOR SOCCER RESULTS // 6 July 2019

Team

Score

POD

Spratz

W 5-0 & W 3-1

Arlo Seymour & Byron Frederick

Squids

W1-0 & W1-0

Rion Weston-Arnold

Karioi Kahawai

L 1-2 & W 3-0

Caitlin Higgins

Seahorses

L 0-7 & L 0-3

Samara Field

Stingrays

W 3-1 & W 5-1

Paulo Regnier

Hammerheads

L 3-4

Morays W

BYE

Great Whites

W 3-0

Mermaids Snappers

Scout Loten

L 1-2

Sophie Gaustad & Sydney Duston

Kinas

L 1-6

Maui Dolphins

W 4-0

Thresher Shark

L 0-8

Orcas

L1-5

Seastars

W 4-2

Tsunamis

Selva Petzold & Amber Ladyman

W 1-0

W 4-1

Whale Tails

Ed Woolstone

N/A

L 1-6

Luca Thompson

Felix Sargent, Samson Scott & Jivan Rao

No PoD

Maia Paige

Sara Park & Abi Meyer

Bella Wynyard & Grace McGregor Grady Bruce

RAGLAN JUNIOR RUGBY RESULTS // 6 July 2019

Team

Score

6th grade

win 70-65,

7th grade

win 70 -60,

POD/TOD/ROD/OppPOD Pod Angus Glenn, Rod Noah Holdaway-parking, Opp Pod TeAio Puru pod Grayson Francis, pod Cade Skerman, rod Ridge Skerman, opp pod Leo Pecocke

8th grade

loss 20-50,

POD Rome Holdaway TOD Louis Bidois Opp Pod Xander Browne.

9th grade

draw 30 all,

POD Tamati gray-Lord, TOD and Opp Pod Jethro Neels.

10th grade

loss 15-50,

pod Reagan, tod Ace, opp pod Louis Duirs.

11th grade

default

12th grade

win 27 - 7

pod Harper, Siope tod Orion, pod opp Harper

RAGLAN JUNIOR NETBALL RESULTS // 6 July 2019

Team

Score

PODs

won 21-6

Charlize Murphy

Karioi Tuis

won 44-3

Eliza Buckton

Karioi Orcas

loss 10-16

Karioi Ferns

loss 21-27

Karioi Rangatahi

loss 11-36

Karioi Dolphins

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Celebrating 25 years of Raglan Community Radio

Octogenarian captain of the Raglan airwaves isn’t setting sail quite yet

Raglan Community Radio DJ Eddy Cross aka Captain Pugwash.

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e’s 83 next month but Eddy Cross – better known to local

listeners as The Captain – isn’t planning to weigh anchor on his weekly Raglan Community Radio slot for a good while yet.

“God willing”, Eddy reckons he’ll carry on commuting over the divvy every Tuesday for the best part of another year to present The Pugwash Show, which he puts together during his weekends at the Te Rapa retirement village where he and his wife now live. By next May, says this one-time Londoner who lived down Kaitoke Bay way for 16

years, he’ll have notched up 20 years on air. “Then I will hang up my microphone and hand it over to a younger DJ.” It was in May 2000 that Eddy did his first stint for Raglan Radio, back when it was 96.6 on the dial, and he’s never missed a beat. Eddy recalls it all came about coincidentally, “by default one might say ... My daughter Julia came to me to say that one of her friends could no longer be a DJ and did I know anyone to take her place.” In those early days of the new millennium local community radio broadcast downtown from the exact spot where Kapiti ice-cream is now sold, he says. The station studio then moved up to the town hall, where it’s become a permanent fixture. “Early on I would use only a few CDs and mostly music tapes, but I decided to use more CDs – as they allow you to select the odd track – and music from the station’s computer which holds thousands of songs to choose from.” Says Eddy, a music buff from way back: “I have loved being a DJ here in Raglan over the years and get such a buzz each week. “We have an open door so people are able to pop in. I have met so many overseas visitors and locals, and hear where they hail from and how they love Raglan.” The Pugwash Show features classic hits and golden oldies from the 50s through to the 70s. “That’s my era,” says The Captain. “It’s what I know and what I like. But I do play

the latest stuff too from old rockers like Rod Stewart, Elton John and Mick Jagger.” Eddy got the nickname Pugwash – the fictional pirate from a series of British children’s comic strips and books – some years ago from a friend who saw him in his prized sailing dinghy. Raglan’s Captain Pugwash however is proud to say he’s also diversified and in 2009 got to interview for the station a real captain, Pete Bethune, when the Kiwi skipper of biofuel boat Earthrace motored into Whaingaroa Harbour. He’s also had the pleasure of interviewing 26 local identities – from Rangi Kereopa to Queenie Tukiri, the late Lorna Lusty to Wayne Morris – and his recordings of their life stories are now kept in Raglan Museum for posterity. “It was important to have them recorded for the future,” Eddy believes. “Another thing I do,” says the irrepressible Eddy, “is roll out 160 copies of (British radio comedy programme) The Goon Show which plays on Raglan Radio every Sunday night.” While Eddy’s looking to complete 20 years on air, Raglan Community Radio itself is about to celebrate the quarter-century mark in November. Edith Symes *The Pugwash Show with The Captain is on every Tuesday, 1-4pm, and repeated Saturday afternoon.

Health in your Hands: Rats, Masts and Mega Masts! 30 June 2019

Issue 1

LOCAL RAG

a monthly magazine of The Raglan Chronicle

IN THIS ISSUE: Local weekly news | What’s On | Wedding feature Manu Bay Pro | Local musos album release | 10 Eco cleaning options

A column connecting with senior citizens in our community.

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ATS! They are everywhere this year from New Zealand to the Northern Lands even the kitchens of Buckingham Palace. Wellington has rats as big as cats. In Raglan a rat crept into someone’s bed while they were sleeping and had a ‘midnight feast’ on a wheat bag. The theory is that we are in a Mega Mast Year. A Mast Year happens every few years when trees and other plants produce exceptionally high amounts of flowers and seeds. Masting may be a reproductive strategy, when trees produce more seeds than can be eaten by birds and insects. Every fifty years the trees go crazy and we have a Mega Mast Year The term "mast" comes from the old English word "mæst", meaning the nuts that have accumulated on the ground such as acorns and beech nuts In the Middle ages farmers used the glut for fattening

WHAT’S ON Senior Technology - every Thursday, 2pm at Raglan Community House Every Thursday Senior Technology 2pm at Raglan Community House No session on the 11th July Saturday Club Raglan, at The Raglan Community House 9 am Crop Swap Sunday 21th July, at the Bowling Club 9.30 Every Monday Care and Craft, 9.30 at the Bowling Club Raglan Community Support Group Wednesday 7th August

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domestic pigs. It was also a great food resource for wildlife including rats. Rats can have a devastating effect in mast years , with the abundance of seeds and fruit there is an increase wild life. Rodents feed on the fruits of the forest, as well as the birds, lizards and insects, while stoats feed on the explosion rats and mice. Rats and oak trees are not native to New Zealand. However there are five natives beech trees mostly found on the South Island plus conifer trees providing nuts and seeds along with trees introduced from Europe. With the European trees came the RATS. Many groups including, The Department of Conservation (Doc), Whaingaroa Environmental Centre (WEC), Karioi Project Volunteers and caring individuals have been busy trapping the rats for the last few years in the surrounding countryside. House holders can also help by setting rat traps in their backyards. Pauline Abrahams

11.00 at Stewart Street Hall. The Knitting Circle meets every Wednesday morning at the Orca Restaurant. Nia Dance every Wednesday, 9.30 at the Town Hall, first session free. No session 17th July Wednesday 14th August Lunch Group, Raglan Hospital and Rest home 11am Light Exercise Monday and Thursday 10 -11 Anglican Youth Hall Horticultural Society Tuesday 21st August Stewart Street Hall


Music through the ages

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ast Thursday Te Mata school performed their production twice for the Te Mata community, the hall was packed, including 50 Waitetuna students who came to the matinee of our show Music Through The Ages. We performed another show at 6pm. Every single child participated beautifully and had the time of their lives. We were so grateful for the guidance and support from Mrs Holmes and Ms Stuart who have done so much for the production and the participating children. Our plot consists of 4 children (Tegan, Laura, Noah and Connor) transported back in time with Granny DJ’s magical records. They were immediately whisked off through the decades starting with the 1950’s and finishing in the

2000’s meanwhile accidentally erasing the 1970’s! Finishing with a beautiful singing sensation from Lady StarStar aka. Star Knuiman, backed up by Ryley Shaw and Ashley Knox. Belinda, one of our extremely talented teacher aides, brought our vision alive with her bold and bright paintings; and with the help of the crew who assisted Mr Macleod with the backstage transitions, we were able to create a magical  world of dance. Overall we had an amazing turnout of whanau and friends. Thank you so much to all those who supported us and we can’t wait for future performances.  If you would like to see the photos from the night feel free to go onto the Te Mata School Facebook page and check out the gorgeous photos of the children. We are extremely proud of each and every one of them! Femka Wylie, Abigail Meyer and Maria Grilli

Young journalist provides a youthful voice

New youth journalist, Ayla Standley.

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aglan Area School Year 9 student Ayla Standley is the newest writer to join the Raglan Chronicle. The 13-year-old will write a regular column about the things that are important to the youth of Whaingaroa. “I want to write stuff that they can relate to,” she says. Born and bred in Raglan, Ayla has lived in the same house in Raglan East since she was two. “I like that you know lots of people here, and it’s nice and calm compared to the city.” A talented writer, Ayla was asked to join the school’s media group last year by teacher in charge Hilary Elliot. “She suggested I write a column for the paper and I thought it would be a cool idea to build up my writing skills.” She also writes for the school newsletter and contributes to the monthly schools’ feature in the Chronicle. With dreams of being a journalist one day, the young actor who had a

main role in Raglan Theatre Academy’s production Alice in Wonderland hopes to do something in the performing arts as well. Ayla played the absent-minded and anxious White Queen in the sell-out production last year. Living close to the coast is one of the best things about growing up in Raglan, Ayla reckons, and she enjoys heading to the beach and taking photographs, another creative activity she loves. “I take photographs everywhere I can.” Younger brother Joel is a Year 7 student at Raglan Area School, mum Nicky works at Raglan Library and dad Andy works at Opus in Hamilton. She’s a fan of JK Rowling and has read all the Harry Potter books, rates Billie Eilish and Ariana Grande as her favourite musicians for their cool vibes, strong tunes and song writing talents, and although she describes herself as not very sporty, she likes playing badminton. Janine Jackson

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Auction this Friday

Top Location, Immaculate Home! - 56 Government Road Raglan Impressive home - priceless views. This elevated, stunning home boasts the most amazing bird’s-eye views of the ocean and harbour and is a definite north-facing sun trap. The kitchen and living are located upstairs and are light and bright with a spectacular outlook complemented by the Tasmanian Oak timber floors. An extremely warm house with the added bonus of a gas fire to add to the ambiance. Three spacious double bedrooms are located on the first level. The master enjoys the same glorious outlook, complete with ensuite. A large extra room downstairs is complete with a kitchenette and outside bath. Potential accommodation for guests or to be developed for an extra income opportunity. If you are looking for a very low maintenance property with that absolute X-factor this is it. Ample parking and room for the boat. Situated on 546 sqm and just a short walk to Lorenzen Bay and ideal swimming and kayaking spot. All the boxes are ticked here.

Auction

6:00pm, Friday 12 July Ray White Raglan Office (unless sold prior)

Julie Hanna 027 441 8964 Blair Hanna 021 0200 8282

rwraglan.co.nz/RAG23088 Raglan Real Estate Limited Licensed (REAA 2008)

Auction this Saturday On site

Must Be Sold! – 9c East Street Raglan A two bedroom first home buyer’s delight. You will be impressed with this very easy-care property. It may also be just the place to call your retirement home. Open plan, bright and airy with great rural views. Just drive in and take advantage of the easy access from the carport conveniently located at your front door. Situated within walking distance to Raglan’s town centre and amenities. The bus stop is just at the top of the road. Situated on 1/8 share in 4613 square metres.

Auction

10:30am, Saturday 13 July On site (unless sold prior)

Julie Hanna 027 441 8964

rwraglan.co.nz/RAG23120

Raglan Real Estate Limited Licensed (REAA 2008)

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Blair Hanna 021 0200 8282


30 Government Road (Lot 1 & Lot 2) Raglan

For Sale

Lot 1 – North Facing with Water Views – A great north facing section comprising 1275sqm. Build your new home here. No restrictive covenants. Subject to title. Yes, a great space to build your tiny home! Lot 2 – Views and Family Living – Split over two levels with 2 bedrooms upstairs and 1 bedroom downstairs complete with its own living facilities. The main living area has commanding views of the harbour and opens out onto a deck overlooking the garden, perfect for watching the kids play. Situated on 1930sqm section providing an ideal grassy playground. An ideal beach home; work from home opportunity or artist’s retreat. Close to town, wharf and on the bus route. Raglan Real Estate Limited Licensed (REAA 2008)

Neatly presented and the perfect package of location and quality, this 3-bedroom home on 954sqm is absolutely ideal. Buyers that are seeking easy living in a great setting will love this smart and tidy home. Settled within the heart of the home is a splendid openplan kitchen, dining and living area. The seamless outdoor flow to the large deck and alfresco dining area means that the options are abundant whatever the weather or occasion. This 152sqm home is naturally warm with double-glazing, insulation throughout and a heat pump. The double garage has internal access and laundry, plus additional parking just outside for the boat, trailer or camper. This superb home is expected to attract considerable interest with its popular location. rwraglan.co.nz/RAG23100 Raglan Real Estate Limited Licensed (REAA 2008)

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Open Home 16 Simon Road Raglan

Lot 1 – $430,000 Lot 2 – $850,000

For Sale Price By Negotiation View

Saturday 1:00pm - 1:45pm

Yana Pemberton 021 183 0479

Open Home 8 Three Streams Road Raglan Idyllic rural living. Design, comfort and style are the outstanding features of this family lifestyle property. Offering 4 double bedrooms, the master has an ensuite opening onto a private spa and sauna area. Entertain from the highly spec’d kitchen which flows to the spacious family living and dining. You are drawn through the bi-fold doors to the outside lounge courtyard from which you will enjoy picturesque rural and estuary views. A spacious double garage offers internal access. The house is structured with potential for extra family living or Airbnb. One of the large double bedrooms is complete with a kitchenette, bi-folding doors and a private courtyard taking in the estuary and rural views. The house is situated on 5002sqm. rwraglan.co.nz/RAG23082 Raglan Real Estate Limited Licensed (REAA 2008)

Auction 3:00pm, Saturday 27 July On Site - Unless Sold Prior View

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Privacy, Surf & Sun! This property features a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2 living area home with all day sun and huge ocean views. For guests or holiday accommodation there is a one bedroom unit with internal garage/workshop. This really is a rare opportunity to secure a large parcel of land in a very sought after spot.

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Looking for a quality home close to Raglan with VIEW privacy, then look no further. 2B Maungatawhiri Rd has 2.00 - 3.00pm Sunday 24 March Wallis Street a quality three two57 bathroom home with Thisbedroom, charming home has an ambiance that simply cant be large living areas that have picturesque harbour views. easily created in a modern home. Recently renovated, Set on approx 8000sqm (2acres). A lot of thought and charm of care yesteryear effort has retaining been put intothe creating the easy gardens but with all the modern that compliment the property,we frame theused harbourto, views conveniences are and can be available fully charming home anshed ambiance that simply cant be and would This be a pleasure to entertain in. Ahas dream furnished. also accompanies this amazing home. easily created in a modern home. Recently renovated,

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Looking for escape? This one-year old three-bedroom home is a totally off-grid retreat in the middle of 9.6ha overlooking Aotea Harbour. Equally suitable as a lifestyle property or weekend holiday retreat. Established native bush and pasture suitable for grazing. Recreational kayaking, boating, horse riding and fishing are all at your doorstep.

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the quarterfinals of the Knock out cup competition which is the furthest we have ever been. What training is involved? We train on Thursdays down at Papahua. We are working on some fitness, passing, and finishing drills. What do you most enjoy about the season?  Learning to play with the different players in the team. It is also cool making connections with other schools. Is it all about winning?

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- Experience useful but not essential - training I will hereby declare the following duly elected: be provided. Lisa Thomson, Tara Wrigley, Joseph Hassell, Please email a covering letter and CV, Anita Lucas and Fraser Pease.   including names and contact details of at least one and preferably two referees to Louisa Staff representative votes: Barham principal@raglanarea.school.nz by Liam Coulden-Lavers 3pm Friday 19 July 2019. I hereby declare Liam Coulden-Lavers duly elected.Wanted Situations Vacant Signed by Karen Clark MALE & FEMALE Returning Officer

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Seriously Motivated $80,000 under G.V. On the market for the first time in 22 years, this property is located in one of the best locations Raglan has to offer, featuring stunning harbour, ocean and rural views from NOT ONE.... BUT TWO homes . The main dwelling is a charming chalet styled 2 bedroom 2 bathroom home with a large deck and the 2nd home is a 2 bedroom cottage with it’s own driveway access and privacy, currently returning rental income. The 2.8 acres lies to the north and there are no covenants and the bonus of a legal right to spring water on the title. There is SO MUCH potential!

Peace, Privacy & Park-like Grounds In the same family for 47 years this property is just stunning and spans over a flat 5.48 acres which is beautifully presented and offers an absolute haven for bird life. The grounds have been lovingly planted with a huge variety of colourful specimen and amenity trees, established shrubs and flowering plants along with a few original mature Rimu and Kahikatea. The country home features a 3 bedroom, 2000 built Initial home which enjoys views of the park-like grounds. There’s a double garage for the tools and ride-on mower too. Potentially a buyer may wish to explore using the beauty of this property for weddings and functions.

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$920,000 Kyle Leuthart - 021 903 309 kleuthart.raglan@ljh.co.nz ljhooker.co.nz/29DHFG

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$749,000 Kyle Leuthart - 021 903 309 kleuthart.raglan@ljh.co.nz ljhooker.co.nz/2CMHFG

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1154 Te Akau South Road

A Position in Government Conveniently located, this north facing home is well presented. With three bedrooms & one bathroom the modern kitchen is fully equipped for functionality. An open plan style offers indoor/outdoor flow to the large deck featuring a stylish pergola. Low maintenance established grounds provide privacy. Cox’s Bay is just a stroll away for safe swimming via Daisy Street. With a single garage & carport this property sits on a fully fenced ½ share of 1214m².

A Real Country Homestead This very tidy lifestyle property features a very spacious and stately 5 bedroom character homestead which was originally the main farm house for a surrounding coastal farm. The home is set on a near flat 7380m² (1.82 acre) site and features an attractive layout welcoming in the light and also has a huge living area which opens out to a quaint courtyard with outdoor fireplace. Positioned for the sun and sheltered by established trees in park-like grounds, the dwelling is also complimented by a double garage/workshop and plenty of offstreet parking. The land is fenced into several paddocks for grazing stock and pets and ample water is available.

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$599,000 Stephen O’Byrne - 021 969 848 sobyrne.raglan@ljh.co.nz Sunday 1 - 1:30pm ljhooker.co.nz/284HFG

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31b Government Road

31e Government Road

Ideal First Home or Investment Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to enter the Raglan property market! This tidy 3 bedroom home will tick a lot of boxes, featuring a private courtyard, great under house storage and insulated to comply with the new regulations. The 524m² (approx) section is fully fenced, low maintenance with potential for further landscaping and includes good off street parking, even enough room for a boat. There’s a bus stop very close by and it’s walking distance to the wharf, harbour and town. We haven’t had properties at this level for a while and this is excellent buying! So don’t delay in contacting Stephen or Michelle to view.

Step into the Market with Character First home buyers and investors make sure this super property is top of your list to view. The cute 3 bedroom home includes character features with polished timber floors and high ceilings giving you an extra feeling of space. Perfectly situated in an elevated position on the section and featuring a generous, partially covered deck area to extend your living. The land area of 428m² is low maintenance and provides great off street parking for cars, trailers and a boat. Ample under house storage is perfect for the kayaks, surfboards and general gardening tools. There’s a bus stop very close by and it’s walking distance to the wharf, harbour and town.

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$529,000 Stephen O’Byrne - 021 969 848 sobyrne.raglan@ljh.co.nz ljhooker.co.nz/290HFG

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11 Wainamu Road Sought After Leasehold Location Located just 50m from the harbour with uninterrupted water views. A stylish 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home is complemented by a recently renovated 1950’s school classroom building currently used as a games room and lock up shed for the watersports gear. A flat section, perfect for tents and boat parking. Eleven years remaining on the lease with the option to remove the buildings if you choose not to renew. Lease and rates equates to just $327.18 per week and this is offset by holiday letting when the owners are not staying. Income figures and reviews available on request. For Sale Contact Email View

$319,000 Kyle Leuthart - 021 903 309 kleuthart.raglan@ljh.co.nz ljhooker.co.nz/295HFG

8c Harakeke Place

19 Simon Road

For Sale $295,000 Contact Stephen O’Byrne - 021 969 848 Email sobyrne.raglan@ljh.co.nz ljhooker.co.nz/ 22RHFG View

For Sale $629,000 Contact Chrissy Cox - 027 287 1804 Email ccox.raglan@ljh.co.nz Sunday 1 - 1:30pm View ljhooker.co.nz/ 2BQHFG

Best Priced Section with Water Views Amazing value! Situated in an elevated position overlooking Flax Cove you can build to capture the sun and simply stunning estuary and Mt Karioi views. 700m² Handy location to estuary, town, school, bus stop and walkways. Covenants apply and house plans are available to interested parties.

Kiwi Quarter Acre Dream This well cared for home is a rare find with its large, 1009m² section. It features open plan living flowing out to a good sized deck for outdoor relaxing and entertaining. The section has plenty of flat lawn for kids to play plus attractive established trees at the rear with a small stream providing a haven for bird life.

Chrissy Cox

Kyle Leuthart

Michelle O’Byrne

Stephen O’Byrne

Robbie Regnier

Matt Sweetman

Natasha Metcalfe-Black

027 287 1804

021 903 309

021 969 878

021 969 848

021 952 271

021 624 826

027 555 9994

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*NB Boundary lines on photos are approximate & merely a guide. All information contained herein is gathered from sources we deem reliable. However we cannot guarantee or give any warranty about the information provided. Interested parties must solely rely upon their own enquiries.

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