Subdivide Potential!

37 Upper Duck Creek Road, Stillwater

Asking Price NZD $600,000

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Subdivide Potential!

Overlooking the Weiti River in Stillwater this waterfront 1,416sqm

section with two houses is a huge opportunity for a builder,

investor or serious home handyman. Less than a minute's drive to

the boat ramp, and with only the road between you and the river, it

presents a possible subdivision opportunity. Each wing of this

house has two bedrooms with one wing producing rental income. The

property is being sold as is.

The rental income can be used to

pay down your mortgage, or just use this home as your holiday

hideaway while you decide how to develop this property to realise

its full potential. Hurry, as land bankers and astute buyers will

see the rare opportunity here.

There is plenty of parking for cars

and a boat, and you can be fishing off Tiri in the Hauraki Gulf

within the half-hour, while at the boat club you can enjoy a quiet

drink at the bar and some tasty counter food. It's a great place to

meet the locals.

With the development of the adjoining 850ha

WeitiBay, there will also be both walking and cycle tracks for

Stillwater residents to enjoy.

The school bus leaves just down

the road for Silverdale and Orewa from Stillwater, so your children

can just walk or you can just drop them at the bus stop in the

morning and pick them up in the afternoon. There are excellent

schools in the region. And with the new Silverdale shopping centre,

including Pak n' Save, Bunnings and The Warehouse at Silverdale,

shopping is just 10 minutes away.

Stillwater is less than 15

minutes to Northcross to the south or to Orewa and its beaches to

the north.

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More About Stillwater:

Stillwater is virtually a

hidden secret - a lovely little village on the Weiti River. Just 15

minutes from Northcross, 30 minutes from Auckland's CBD, and less

than 15 minutes from Orewa and its beautiful beach - Stillwater was

first settled in 1852.

Now there are around 300 houses in the

Stillwater area. Many people choose to live here because most

houses are 2 minutes from the local boat ramp, and because houses

tend to cost less to buy than equivalent houses on the upper North

Shore or on the Hibiscus Coast.

The village consists of the older

part of Stillwater, and also Coastal Heights which was developed as

a subdivision nearly 10 years ago. Many of the original baches are

now being modernised and transformed into stylish modern affairs,

especially by young couples with young children who buy here

because of the relaxed lifestyle, coupled with great value for

money. There is a school bus that picks up children each day to

take them to Silverdale or Orewa, or you can catch the bus on East

Coast Bays Road for Long Bay College or Primary Schools.

For young

mothers there's a regular Coffee Group meeting at the Stillwater

Boating club. The Stillwater Ratepayers and Residents Association

is very active and currently working towards a new community centre

being built in the area, and there's a local Book Club.


boasts terrific walking areas, particularly out to the historic

Dacre Cottage on the coast down towards Okura. And of course

there's fishing in the Hauraki Gulf which is why so many residents

in Stillwater own a boat.

With Michael Guy of Bayleys real estate

a resident of Stillwater for the past 15 years, he can help you

find your ideal home in the area.

Michael Guy


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37 Upper Duck Creek Road, Stillwater

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