2296 Whangarei Heads Road, Whangarei Heads

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THE BASIC BACH - BE IN FOR SUMMER | 2296 Whangarei Heads Road, Whangarei Heads | 189965 |      X Close


Make or re-live your holiday memories in this classic family 1950's bach; or look at other options this 1012m2 section has to offer. An entry level bach with less than a 300m stroll to the waters edge where you can swim out to gather season scallops, or just launch your boat from one of the many boat ramps in the area. A place where the family may enjoy the BBQ with family and friends or evening family game of ludo, cards, or just read with that nice refreshing drink.

On this 60m2 elevated bach, the deck, with entry from the floor to ceiling glass doors, runs the full length of the house which looks south over the large yard and bay towards the Whangarei Heads harbour entrance, e bush covered Mount Lion and the paddock leading from Urquharts Bay over to Smugglers Bay. A bbq area on the north side of the house extends the living area, and looks up towards the pinnacle of Mount Manaia. From the patio, enter into the basic kitchen and prepare those salads or pre-dinner snacks. Walk through to the open plan dining and lounge area where you can enjoy family time or just relax with a book.

Three bedrooms, one bathroom of shower and vanity with separate toilet, and attached single garage or store room complete layout of this bach. The property is on town water and sewage, and metres away from the local store.

The property is only metres to the beach, the dairy and the tennis courts. A number of harbour and surf beaches, boat ramps are within a ten minute drive. Taurikura is an easy commute to the city, and nearby amenities including walking distance to Whangarei Heads Primary School or school at Parua Bay. Relax on the oversized deck after a day in the sea

Use you imagination to see how you can maximize this property or share as a pad with your friends. One of few three bedroom baches in the $300,000 range, in the Whangarei Heads area.

About the property:

Lot 6 DP 20308; CT NA1010/107; RV $275,000; Rates to 30 June 2015 $1858.15; Town Sewage; Town Water; Exterior: Fibre Cement; Roof: Corrugated Iron; Joinery: Aluminium ; Chattels: Blinds, Drapes, Fixed Floor Coverings, Garden Shed, Light Fittings, Electric Stove, Refrigerator, Freeview TV Aerial, Washing Machine Taps , All Beds, Dining Chairs, Chest of Drawers, Lounge Cupboards

About Whangarei Heads:

Whangarei Heads area, is a 6000 hectare peninsular that bounds the northern and eastern shoreline of the Whangarei Harbour. With a two and half hour drive from Auckland the Heads is an easy reach for holidaymakers or international tourist. Dotted with villages, lifestyle blocks and larger farms, the drive takes you past the Pohutukawa lined and indented shores of this wonderful waterway (the largest enclosed harbour on New Zealand's east coast), and travels more or less 42 minutes, 36 km, south east to the 5km long Ocean Beach and 30 minutes,30km, east to Pataua. The hamlets of Waikaraka, Tamaterau, Parua Bay, McLeod Bay, Reotahi, The Nook, Taiharuru, Taurikura, Urquharts Bay each offers its unique history and lifestyle, with back drops of bush clad hills and 20 million old volcanic peaks, rising up over 400metres . The mountains surrounded by native bush, are abundant with wild life and the increasing population of the North Island Brown Kiwi. When the Scots, who were part of the Waipu settlers, arrived at the Whangarei Heads in the 1850s, ( and after living over 30 years in Nova Scotia) there was very little Maori settlement in the area, although the numerous middens in the area, give evidence of a large population in early years.

Expansive ocean beaches, and sheltered coves on the western side, provide friendly swimming, and picnicking spots. Two marine reserves and clear waters make the area a water lovers playground for wind surfing, fishing, scuba diving, kayaking, snorkelling and surfing. Walking tracks along the waters edge or up to the mountain tops are well noted in the area and afford views north south along Northland's coastline. Noted walking tracks include Mt Manaia, Bream Head, Smugglers Cove, and Mt Aubrey. The Pines Golf Club services the area, and the various community halls invite residence and guests to enjoy squash, bowls, Yoga, badminton plus the area rugby team. The Whangarei Heads is well known for the artist from all parts of the world. the annual Art Trail is held over Easter.

Whangarei Heads contains a range of local amenities. Taurikura village has a local store, tennis courts, community hall, boat ramps and nearby is The Deck Cafe and Restaurant, and Manaia Social Club and Decile 9 Whangarei Heads Primary School and library.

10 minutes further towards Whangarei City lies Parua Bay Village with a large community Hall and fields, a Decile Nine primary school, kindergarten, day care, 4 Square Grocery store, beauty parlour, gas and automotive service centres, Doctors clinic, liquor store, and cafe, with Taurikura having a decile 9 primary school and small store making the suburb self-sufficient. Ot

2296 Whangarei Heads Road, Whangarei Heads

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