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25 Graham Place Bellevue

Property ID:1TU6GG5

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Instructions are Clear - SELL!

25 Graham Place Bellevue

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The bags are packed and the owners are super motivated to sell.

* Walking distance to all levels of Otumoetai Schooling
* Massive garage/workshop space
* Ample off street parking
* Unique with loads of potential
* Established gardens - including fruit trees
* Stunning views, peaceful & super private
* Gordon Carmichael Reserve, Bethlehem, Kaimai Ranges
* Decks off lounge and master bedroom
* Current owner of 12 years is now ready for another family to enjoy
* Large freehold section with established gardens

Make the most of this perfectly located home, so close to all levels of Otumoetai schooling, the Brookfield shops are only minutes away and Tauranga City is within a quick commute.

Be intrigued by this quirky character filled pole house - sarked timber ceilings and exposed beams. Several decks to choose from, established gardens offer peace and privacy on a freehold 701sqm (approx.) section. Located alongside the Gordon Carmichael Reserve and walkway, enjoy a relaxing stroll with such beautiful nature.

Massive garaging and extra workshop space or could even make for an impressive man/lady cave. Ample off street parking spaces for cars, a boat or camper.

For your private viewing call Cindy Dansey 021 354132.

For more information please copy the following link into your web browser:
http://www.propertyfiles.co.nz/property/1TU6GG5

Auction

Residential

  • Date Wednesday, 30 May 2018
  • Time 1:00pm

Open Home

  • No Open Homes available

Location Description

Tauranga city is located on the coast in the Bay of Plenty. It is built around a harbour, at whose entrance is the 232-metre Mt Maunganui. Along its northern edge is a 35-kilometre beach. Tauranga is one of the sunniest places in New Zealand. Its rainfall is limited to a few days per year, but is usually very heavy. Tauranga is experiencing considerable population growth, its rate being 3.3 percent, the fourth highest in New Zealand. The Port of Tauranga is a major exporting facility.

For details on Tauranga, see http://www.tauranga-dc.govt.nz

Visitors Centre

Tauranga Visitor Information Centre
95 Willow Street
Tauranga
Phone: (07) 578 8103
Fax: (07) 577 6235

Attractions

  • Beaches and foreshore reserve coastline, stretching for 50km, are maintained by the Tauranga District Council. The district has many walkways in the coastal areas and inland reserves.

  • McLaren Falls Park, just outside Tauranga, is a 170-hectare area with an excellent collection of trees. It offers recreational activities such as fishing and camping, and has hostels, an animal park and an equestrian area.

  • The Matua Saltmarsh is a 20-hectare coastal wetland in the Tauranga District. It is home to the threatened North Island fernbird and banded rail.

  • The Elms Mission House is one of Tauranga's historic places. The first building completed at the mission was the library in 1838, to which a chimney was added in 1842 to preserve the books from the damp. The mission house was completed in 1847.

  • The Mission Cemetery was originally the Otamataha Pa site. The cemetery contains the remains of many who died in the land wars of 1864-1865.

  • Monmouth Redoubt, originally the Taumatakahawai Pa, became a fortified position for the Europeans during the land wars.

  • The Mid-City Mall markets and Red Square Crafts are held on the second Friday of each month. The City Produce Market, located in the car park on the corner of Willow and Hamilton Streets, is held every Sunday.

Facilities

  • Baycourt (entertainment centre)
    (07) 577 7188

  • Living Art Sanctuary Wildlife Park
    (07) 543 3582

  • Marshall's Animal Park
    (07) 543 1099

  • Miniature railway train rides
    (07) 576 6669

  • Ten Pin Bowling
    (07) 577 9669

  • Cinema 6
    (07) 577 0800

  • Bungee Rocket
    (07) 578 3057

Transport

Tauranga has a public transport system, with three operators that service the central city and its outer lying areas:

  • Newlove's Bus Service
    (07) 578 6453

  • City Travel
    (07) 544 5494

  • Hamilton City Buses
    (07) 573 6949

Taxi services are:

  • CitiCabs
    (07) 577 0999

  • Tauranga Taxis
    (07) 578 6086

Community

  • Tauranga Library
    (07) 577 7177

  • Compass Community Village
    (07) 571 3700

  • Norfolk Hospital
    (07) 578 4004

  • Tauranga Hospital
    (07) 579 8000

  • Harrisons Gallery
    (07) 578 9322

  • Pyromania (art gallery)
    (07) 578 5028

Pre-Schools

There are over 20 early childhood facilities in Taruanga, which are located throughout the city. The range of services includes:

  • Tauranga Community Childcare Centre
    (07) 578 6909

  • Tauranga Regional Free Kindergarten Association
    (07) 578 0552

  • BOP Polytechnic Childcare Centre
    (07) 544 2905

  • Topkidz Early Learning and Childcare Centres
    (07) 577 0911

  • Te Kohanga Reo
    (07) 544 3486

  • Barnardos New Zealand
    (07) 578 4592

  • YMCA Early Childhood Centre
    (07) 578 3288

Primary Schools

The primary schools in Tauranga are:

  • Tauranga Primary School
    (07) 578 6222

  • Bethlehem Primary School
    (07) 576 4726

  • St Mary's School
    (07) 578 8066

  • Tauranga South Primary School
    (07) 578 5325

  • Bellevue Primary School
    (07) 576 5916

  • Maungatapu School
    (07) 544 0858

  • Matapihi School
    (07) 578 5439

Secondary Schools

The secondary schools in Tauranga are:

  • Tauranga Girls' College
    (07) 578 8114

  • Tauranga Boys' College
    (07) 578 4029

  • Bethlehem College
    (07) 576 6769

  • Otumoetai College
    (07) 576 2316

Tertiary Schools

Tertiary institutions in Tauranga are:

  • Bay of Plenty Polytechnic
    (07) 544 0920

  • Tauranga University College
    (07) 577 0620

  • BOP College of Homoeopathy
    (025) 467 133

Sport

The Tauranga area has six community swimming pools and three golf courses:

  • Greerton Aquatic Centre
    (07) 541 0319

  • Tauranga City United AFC
    (07) 543 2552

  • Tauranga Cricket Association
    (07) 572 2590

  • Tauranga Croquet Club Inc
    (07) 576 1236

  • Tauranga Hockey Association
    (07) 575 0074

  • Tauranga Softball Association
    (07) 578 1538

  • Tauranga Lawn Tennis Club
    (07) 578 8563

  • Tauranga Men's Bowling Club
    (07) 578 9369

  • Tauranga Womens Bowling Club Inc
    (07) 578 7681

  • Tauranga Ramblers
    (07) 576 4207

  • Tauranga Roller Skating Club Inc
    (07) 578 9120

  • Tauranga Rugby Sports Club
    (07) 578 7022

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Auction

Residential

  • Date Wednesday, 30 May 2018
  • Time 1:00pm

Open Home

  • No Open Homes available

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