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Waterways Wonder
This location is always in demand and to excite you further we have this special two storey family home with lovely harbour views from the fabulous large deck areas. The home provides spacious open plan living, three generous sized bedrooms, two bathrooms, plus a second living area downstairs that is great for visitors or extended family to have their own space. Leading out from downstairs is a patio area just perfect for those morning coffees or summer BBQs - there's even room for the boat or caravan! Situated in the popular Waterways subdivision the neighbouring homes are high quality executive styled residences. Number 4 Sanctuary Ave is a right of way property with road frontage and beautifully landscaped gardens. This is a hotspot location - ideal all year round for such leisure activities as kayaking, fishing, sailing, kiteboarting, windsurfing, floundering.... Call now for your appointment to view - we want you to live the dream in Ohope before someone else does. PROPERTY LOCATION: Ohiwa Harbour is a natural paradise, an ancestral home, a long-valued food source, and a wonderful outdoor playground. It's one of New Zealand's most unspoiled harbours covering an area of about 26 square kilometers and was formed around 6000 years ago. It is protected by two sand spits, 6 kms long on the west (Ohope) and less than 1km on the east (Ohiwa). It has a number of islands including Ohakana, Uretara, Hokianga and Pataua. The coastal margins are home to many rare and migratory bird (Banded dotterel, little black shags, fernbird, bar-tailed godwit, Australasian bittern, variable oystercatcher, NZ dotterel to name a few). The estuary shores have healthy saltmarsh and plant communities whilst the tidal flats teem with life, including many species of crabs, shellfish, heart urchins, snails and worms an important food source for fish and birds. There is a high conservation value across the islands, foreshore, saltmarsh and wetlands protecting this place we love.
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