There is a lot to love about this elevated lifestyle property situated on 4002 sqm. Fabulous ocean & rural views and room for all the toys plus a swimming pool. The house was recently refurbished with new carpet & paint throughout giving the feel of a new home. Spacious family layout with a large centralised kitchen, separate dining area & lounge which captures all the views. The lounge flows onto a spacious new deck & also has a wood burner. There are 5 bedrooms - master with walk-in wardrobe & ensuite - 3 bathrooms, 4 toilets plus a rumpus room. There is internal access from the expansive double garage with storage plus carport & plenty of extra parking. The land has been planted for you to enjoy the fruits of life! Come live The Lifestyle at the Beach!
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A rare opportunity to live and breathe The Good Life, and just three minutes drive from town. Built on a raised knoll, in a prime position to survey your entire property, and overlooking your very own 2.6 Ha slice of paradise. This property is totally unique. A sunny spot (all day sun in and around the home from sun up to sun down), with everything from horse paddocks to a guest sleep out, and even your own stream. This property lends itself to be adapted for 'self sufficiency', either solar or wind powered (is currently wired to the grid) or a small Pelton wheel if you have the desire. The house is one level, warm and comfortable. Has four bedrooms, an ensuite, family bathroom, a big open plan living area, and plenty of charm. Gaze at the captivating view towards the Pacific Ocean, over the beautiful Otahu Estuary. You will become truly grounded. A queens chain exists between this property and the waterway reserve/estuary inlet, never-the-less it's an easy access to the water if you love to kayak… or flounder. If you’re looking for a property with all the basics and great development options…. then this is the one!
Here is a fantastic opportunity to purchase your coastal getaway at an affordable level. Neat and tidy beach bach. Open plan living, decks on both sides to capture both morning and afternoon sun. Two bedrooms with potential for a third or home office. Close proximity to the clubs, town and a little further to the sand. An ideal investment or it could be your holiday home at the beach.
An exciting opportunity presents itself to secure a tastefully decorated, North facing home, that will make your heart skip a beat! A great internal design allows you to enjoy indoor & outdoor living to capture the sun & water views. The open plan living/dining/kitchen area leads onto a large deck perfect for entertaining family and friends. The wood burner in the lounge transfers warmth throughout the home. There are three bedrooms plus a conservatory which offers extra living. The bathroom has marble flooring complete with under-floor heating. The home also features home automation audio which is located both indoors and out, plus a security camera. There is a single garage and a carport. Prepare to be impressed!
Whangamata Holidays or Beach Hop will never be the same when you secure this dynamic holiday spot. Located in Chartwell Avenue, just a 5 minute Walk to clubs, shops, restaurants or a wee bit further to the main beach. Location here is paramount! With room for the boat down the side of the garage, this property is a two bedroom home, (on one flat level, and insulated) and also has a separate garage/work shop attached to the home. Another workshop/garage is located on the side of the home but is detached and currently serves as a games room and extra living space. Currently one garage is used for extra beds. The master bedroom has a separate toilet, and showers are enjoyed in the main bathroom. The entrance to the home faces north, and lazy days are spent there outside under the shade cloth or sunbathing in privacy. This property has so much to offer, put it on your list. Call us now to view.
In the dress circle, easy walk to supermarket, town centre and sports ground or easy 5 minute walk to RSA or Whanga Club - everyone wants to be right here. This is a modest three bedroom house, with huge open plan living under an exposed beam ceiling, on a full, slightly elevated, 683 sqm section. The roof needs a little attention and there are some minor maintenance issues around the exterior to be fixed, but at first glance you can see this home has been just loved to bits. Internally the home could do with a freshen up and lick of paint, the kitchen has an island bench and the formal entrance opens out onto a huge deck in front to hog the morning sun. The home faces North East and sunshine can be harvested till the late afternoon. Some real estate agents would say “it has great bones”. The section is flat, perfect for boats and cars and every toy you have, there is also a single garage, a small workshop and a lined sleep-out. You can make this property yours, it has been priced taking into account its misgivings, and will no doubt soon become someone's new love affair with Whangamata. This is a 'must see' if you're looking for a do-up or a modest 'starter bach' just to get into the market.
First time on the market in 30 years, this property has an interesting history. The section size is 1004 sqm meaning that it fits into the housing zone as being subdividable into 2 lots. Just 10 minutes walk to the CBD (or less to all the clubs on the way). The existing house '"ain’t no oil painting”, but it’s a roof while you subdivide or land bank this wee beaut. It backs onto the Whangamata Area School sports field, a nice outlook for a rear section. There are a number of sheds on the property including a double garage (skyline or other standard construction) and has plenty of room for boats tents and anything you can think of. The house is a 1920’s construction, native timber clad in fibre board (polelight or fibrolight was a common material back then) and an iron roof. It has three bedrooms, high ceilings and smaller separate areas as they did in the design of those days - it was once the local TAB. No Consent or Code of Compliance exists for the house and this is exempt because it was built before any of these things existed. No requisitions from council exist as is normal with anything prior to 1948. The ceiling only is insulated. The opportunity here is to develop, at your leisure, a large site (subdividable under current TCDC rules) in a great location, and get a bolt hole in the Whangamata property market with potential for great investment. Make investigations and see what the projected gains might generate. Call us for a list of surveyors and architects. Viewing by appointment only.
Sunny low cost 2 bedroom unit (shares single garage wall with next door). We have to say, this is a beautiful property in tip top condition. In an ideal location, very close to supermarket, local sports field, and easy mobility distance to the main shopping centre in the heart of Whangamata. Morning sun in the bedrooms and long lasting afternoon sun throughout the kitchen and living areas. This easily maintained property occupies approximately 280 sqm, with a nice, easy, manicured garden (a battery powered mower will do ya), and with well chosen plantings. Summer gatherings will be complimented with the private barbecue area enjoying direct access to the house/kitchen. This property is part of the 'Campbell Close' retirement village and has a unit title tenure, but has a Martyn Road address. Some conditions apply to the Body Corp, keeping Campbell Close as the number one retirement village in Whangamata. Affordable outgoings and a simplistic lifestyle in a great location. Call us now for more details about this unusual opportunity to gain your spot in this special place.
This will be where the family gathers for Christmas and summer time holidays. An easy distance to the Ocean or the Estuary - just take your pick. A full corner site means that you have few neighbours and the feeling of space is quite relaxing. Actually it's quite a private property as no one seems to be looking directly at it and the front yard is sheltered by mature trees including a few willows. The front lawn is big enough for a modest game of cricket or footy and there's also ample room for your boat, and off street parking. The double garage is a bonus and has a lined bunk-room at the rear of this which makes a third bedroom for extras. The two bedroom home has a huge open plan, lounge dining area, ideal for larger family gatherings and services two decent sized bedrooms (with built in wardrobes). It's a great, well panned kitchen, it just lacks a dishwasher but this can be easily remedied. A modest shower and toilet off the end of the wash-house is all you need. The home is connected to the garage by a long conservatory, which is used as a second lounge in populated times, and this opens out to a sunny outdoor courtyard, where the picnic table and umbrella live. On the south side of the double garage is a longish workshop storage shed (this doesn't have a consent, it's a lean-to), but is a very handy addition and of course there is a separate wee garden shed for the mower and other gardening implements. A short leafy path through an ached entrance with an outdoor seat makes a nice spot to read a book amongst nature. The property boarders one neighbouring home and a privately owned native bush reserve, it's a unique location and in the hard basket to find or replace. Wow...Here is the bonus! It comes fully furnished! White-ware, (some of the white ware is new), beds, bedroom furniture, dining furniture, lounge suites, and so much more. You just move in and take up residence. A full chattel list is available on request. Properties like this are few and far between.
This is a great opportunity to get into the 'holiday home or rental market' in Whangamata and work on your prize. Chartwell Avenue (Port Road end), so close to town, clubs and cafes, or short walk to the beach. This 3 bedroom home is north facing and occupies approx 450 sqm on a cross-lease site of 936 sqm, split with the property behind it. The cladding appears to be textured 60mm 'Insulclad' (my best guess), and the garage is clad in the same. Cladding has a few dings and scrapes in it, but seems in reasonable condition - just needs a few repairs and a paint. The roof was replaced recently (whole new roof) but some superficial damage from the older leaking roof is apparent. Decking needs a paint etc. All in all, it's a pretty fair property at a reasonable entry level price. It is what it is. Inspections welcomed after 2nd April 2019 (as existing tenant moving out). Sorry, no inspections until after 2nd April period. Rental estimate 'as is': $320 per week with potential to improve. For rental it will need to comply with insulation regulations on 1st July 2019. This could be your entry ticket into one of the best performing markets in the region. Give me a call to tee up an inspection, or chat about details.