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Governor Road Northland For further information refer to: 45167 or www.open2view ID#235643

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Introducing 23 Governor Road, Northland This property is well located at the top of a cul de sac off The Rigi, which is off Glenmore Street bordering Northland and Kelburn - and close to the CBD. The house, which was expertly built of solid rimu in the 1960’s is surrounded by old character homes, has recently been painted, has four bedrooms, a separate toilet, and also a well constructed garden shed which could easily be converted into a studio, office or hobby room. There is off street parking for at least two vehicles (rare for this area) and a delightful garden. The handy location near the Northland village enjoys a sheltered position and the present owner has not moved for nearly forty years. A track at the end of the property’s carpad zigzags up to the heart of Northland to the shopping centre and the bus route which runs from Wilton to the city via Kelburn and the university. The other main bus route from Karori through the city is also easily accessible in Glenmore Street.

Contact: M 0275 621 777 or A/H 475 5021 or E


Good open plan living with delightful views from the lounge

This property would appeal to a wide range of buyers e.g. a first family home or professionals wanting to be within walking distance of the city and university. The attractive front door is on the east side of the property opens into the hall, with the lounge to the left. A porch over the front door offers protection from Wellington’s weather. The lounge which faces east features a neutral carpet, full length drapes and an attractive white brick fireplace with a log burner. The room is a good size and a large window with lovely views over the houses below and out to Kelburn. Sliding doors to the dining/kitchen means the room can be separated off if desired, or on those colder winter nights.

Steve Fejos - Setting a New BENCHMARQUE in Real Estate


Light and airy kitchen and dining space

Across the hall is the kitchen which features a stove and extractor, Formica and tiled bench, stainless sink and good storage. A window over the sink looks out to the luscious greenery of the garden behind. The kitchen flows into the dining area which has a large window making the kitchen/dining bright and airy. There is plenty of space for a table and chairs. At the other end of the kitchen is the separate laundry with a tub and plenty of space for a washing machine and dryer. The back door just next to the laundry provides easy access to outside and the washing line. At the centre of the house is the bathroom and separate toilet. The bathroom has a bath with a shower over it, vanity with two cupboards, tongue and groove on two of the walls, a lino floor and a cupboard with sliding mirrored doors. There is also a power point for that shaver or hair dryer.

Contact: M 0275 621 777 or A/H 475 5021 or E


Four bedrooms with lovely views out to the colourful garden

Each of the four bedrooms are carpeted, have crisp offwhite window joinery, a wardrobe and nice outlook to the garden and extended views. The master bedroom is well positioned at the end of the hall and has two sets of windows and a good sized wardrobe.

Steve Fejos - Setting a New BENCHMARQUE in Real Estate


Planted with mature plants and perennials - the garden is colourful most of the year

Nestled into the garden on the western end of the house past the back door, is a separate solidly built shed painted to blend in with the house - it is completely waterproof. This room has good windows and power and could easily be lined to convert into an office or hobby room. The security lights are positioned here for convenience and maximum light coverage and security.. The section is well fenced and enjoys good morning and early afternoon sun. It is mainly all fenced and almost flat – making it perfect spot for the kids to play. Planted with a mixture of mature and flowering perennials including lilies, fuchsias, and daisies - the garden is colourful most of the year. A paved area with trellis in one corner a great private spot for some furniture and a barbeque. From the garden there are lovely view out towards the Botanical Gardens and Kelburn.

Contact: M 0275 621 777 or A/H 475 5021 or E


Great location on the city side of Northland with an almost flat section

This is a fabulous opportunity to get into popular Northland. No 23 Governor Road is also close to Kelburn Village and primary school. The suburb has a strong community and has a primary school, kindergarten and child care centre. It also has a number of takeaways, good sized dairy and café. Northland is zoned for Wellington College and Wellington Girls College. Do not delay – this property won’t last long!

Steve Fejos - Setting a New BENCHMARQUE in Real Estate



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Steve Fejos - Setting a New BENCHMARQUE in Real Estate


Property details Address:

23 Governor Road Northland Wellington 6012

Rateable Value:

Capital Value: $520,000

Value of Imp. $265,000

Land Value

Building Age: Built 1960’s


Certificate of Title: C4/666


Size of land: 374m2 Floor Area:

$2,451.15 (as at July 1 2009) Approximately 98m2.

Legal Description:

Lot 2 DP 21981


Kent Wood burner & Electric


Stove, Fixed Floor Coverings, Light fittings, Drapes, Blinds, Curtains, Kent Wood burner

For Sale by Tender: Tender documents available on request from the Exclusive Marketing Specialist Steve Fejos.

Mobile 0275 621 777; After hours 475 5021; Email:

Further information: Refer to: or www.open2view ID#235643 DISCLAIMER: Steve Fejos and RE/MAX Leaders Real Estate 1987 Ltd Licensed under the REAA 2008 are not the source of information presented in this document. While we strive for accuracy, it is possible that the information may contain errors or omissions. We disclaim any liability for any such errors or omissions. Persons should verify all details for themselves.

Contact: M 0275 621 777 or A/H 475 5021 or E


The suburb of Northland Northland is a relatively compact and sought after suburb nestled on the western hills just above the Botanical Gardens. Being just an easy twenty minute downhill walk, or five minute drive, to The Terrace and central city, well serviced by a kindergarten and schools, close to Victoria University and with a local shopping centre – it is very popular with professionals and families alike. Many parts of Northland enjoy uninterrupted panoramic views of the city and harbour out to Eastbourne, the airport and Cook Strait. The suburb is surrounded by beautiful native bush and reserve land and can be truly appreciated from the Stellin Memorial Park lookout on Orangi Kaupapa Road. The views can also be appreciated from the Northern Walkway, one of the six major walkways in Wellington, which meanders through Northland onto Wadestown and eventually to Johnsonville. Central to Northland’s community is the Northland Memorial Community Centre in Woburn Road, which offers a wide range of activities including; badminton, youth drop in centre, rock and roll, scouts, Moving to the Beat (for preschoolers), Ezee Meals, mahjong, creche, pilates, lions, book club, basket ball, after school care and more. Northland is positioned just next to Kelburn with Karori to the west, and as such enjoys the benefits and services offered by both of these traditional and larger suburbs. Situated between Northland and Wellington city are the historic botanical gardens consisting of the main Botanic Garden with its main entrance in Glenmore Street and then branching off to the Rose Garden and Begonia House. It is a pleasure to walk to the city past the tulips in the spring before turning at the historic Thorndon Village at Bowen Street to go past the Beehive and other government buildings to the northern end of Lambton Quay. Also a short walk to free concerts at the Botanic Garden Soundshell in summer.

Steve Fejos - Setting a New BENCHMARQUE in Real Estate


Steve Fejos Exclusive Marketing Specialist RE/MAX Leaders Real Estate 1987 Ltd Licensed under the REAA 2008 M 0275 621 777 or A/H 475 5021 or email Setting a New BENCHMARQUE in Real Estate Born in Wellington and educated at St Patrick’s College

After more than 400 flights during his 3 years in his

and Victoria University in Wellington Steve entered real

corporate career Steve decided to resign and return

estate in August 1993, having come from a background

to what he loves doing most - selling real estate in

in property management. In January 1996 Steve was


appointed Sales Manager for Challenge Realty’s Oriental Bay Office. Within 18 months Steve took the office into the top 10 in the Challenge Realty Group. Steve went on to purchase three Wellington offices in October 1997. Over the next seven years Steve was instrumental in growing the company from a sales team of 12 to a team of 68 sales people with 4,000 house sales worth over 1.5 billion dollars! Shortly after Steve sold the business he was approached by Ray White Australia and asked to restructure their international business model so as to increase their competitiveness with RE/MAX. At the time over 300 sales people, in Queensland alone, had left Ray White to join RE/MAX. In the next few years Steve played a huge part in turning around the fortunes of Ray White and

Steve’s extensive experience in real estate spanning local, national and international markets is a huge benefit to his clients. This and his innovative and unique marketing techniques is Setting a New BENCHMARQUE in Wellington Real Estate.

Awards received Under the LJ Hooker brand Steve was twice winner of the National Franchise Owner of the Year Award 2000 and 2002. Most Productive Team Award in 2001. National Communications Award 2002. Top 10 International Office for Gross Commission. 1999: 8th place, 2000: 5th place, 2001: 8th place, 2002: 7th place, 2003: 10th place.

increasing the number of sales people by over 40%.


Steve returned to New Zealand in November 2005 and

Gary Ahearn, Regional Director of RE/MAX Australasia

took up the role of Director of Operations for RE/MAX

says, “Steve brings together a vast experience and

New Zealand. The role was to assist broker owners and

understanding of all facets of real estate. Having been

top sales people at new and established RE/MAX offices

very successful in sales in the mid 1990’s Steve really

to implement their business plans and maintain the

made his mark on real estate by establishing a very

momentum of the fastest growing real estate company

credible and strong company under the L.J.Hooker

- the RE/MAX brand, in New Zealand and Australia.

brand. The standards he set are still the standards some

In 2006 Steve attended a wide range of leading

offices are striving to attain to. However it is Steve’s

international industry training seminars in Denver,

ability to relate to all people in the community which is

Chicago and Brisbane.

his outstanding strength.”

© Steve Fejos 2010 Contact: M 0275 621 777 or A/H 475 5021 or E

23 Govenor Rd Northland