Northern News : January 23rd 2013
13 NORTHERN NEWS, JANUARY 23, 2013 AUCTION MACKYS REAL ESTATE LTD, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. This property has been newly refurbished and converted into two hotel suites that are managed by the adjacent Copthorne Hotel and Resort. There is a very simple management agreement where by the hotel takes 10% of the accommodation income and as owner you have to meet the costs of local authority rates, insurance and maintenance of the building and land. You can use the property as often as you like as long as the hotel has been given reasonable notice. Alternatively you could forget any income potential and convert the suites into a holiday home (or permanent living!) and spend your days looking over one of New Zealand's most beautiful harbours. Auction 1pm Fri 22 Feb 2013 at Bayleys, 41 Kerikeri Rd (unless sold prior) View by appointment www.bayleys.co.nz/ 187173 Chester Rendell M 021 964 873 Cynthia Hedger M 0274 155 600 email@example.com GREAT INVESTMENT OR GREAT WATERFRONT HOLIDAY HOME Hokianga West Coast 4 Old Wharf Road, Omapere MACKYS REAL ESTATE LTD, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. D attractive 6.35ha of park-like land in two titles. D approval for further subdivision into residential lots. D substantial homestead enjoys privacy of mature trees. D 1200sqm shed complex with 5m stud will impress. D 2 brm flat adjoins house, own entrance and carport. D studio behind house could become another residence. Many facilities are in place for the future, with a generous water supply, underground power and phone cables, and internal roading already established. Arrange to inspect, and begin to dream. Auction 1pm 22 Feb 2013 (unless sold prior) at Bayleys, 41 Kerikeri Rd, Kerikeri. View by appointment www.bayleys.co.nz/ 187135 Alan Broadbent M 027 441 8149 B 09 407 9221 firstname.lastname@example.org WAIPUNA PARKLANDS, PAKARAKA Bay of Islands Tenders Close 28 Feb 2013 (unless sold prior) at Bayleys, 41 Kerikeri Rd, Kerikeri. View by appointment www.bayleys.co.nz/187109 Alan Broadbent M 027 441 8149 B 09 407 9221 A/h 09 404 1103 email@example.com Lake Ohia Road Karikari MACKYS REAL ESTATE LTD, BAYLEYS LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. D 48ha farm just off SH10 D plus 44ha runoff for lease D good water, loam peat soils D 3 brm house with flat D good range of buildings D 15 a-side shed D milking 130 cows D 36 paddocks, level contour D vendor retiring after 43 years FIRST FARM OPPORTUNITY Tenders Close 4pm Fri 28 Feb 2013 (unless sold prior) at Bayleys, 41 Kerikeri Rd, Kerikeri. View by appointment www.bayleys.co.nz/187108 Alan Broadbent M 027 441 8149 B 09 407 9221 A/h 09 404 1103 firstname.lastname@example.org cnr SHWY1 & Heads Road MACKYS REAL ESTATE LTD, BAYLEYS LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. D Land buildings and chattels. D Hands-on input needed. D Coastal home and business. D Seven motel units and separate office. D Owner's 3 bedroom unit. D Plenty of room to expand. Ideally located on the tourist route to the Cape, this property offers a real chance to improve a good asset. HOUHORA CHALETS AUCTION MACKYS REAL ESTATE LTD, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. D 809 square metres of established grounds D three bedrooms, one bathroom D Large lounge area in the open plan living. Recently refurbished. D A great first home or perhaps an investment - the choice is yours. Currently rented long term. D Such a tranquil west facing aspect of the Haruru Falls and the rural views beyond. Time to sell - this is one house too many! Auction (unless sold prior) 1pm, Friday 22 February 2013 Bayleys, 41 Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri View Open home Saturday 26 Jan 12 - 1pm www.bayleys.co.nz/ 187234 Louise Rendell M 021 964 466 email@example.com GREAT LOCATION. LOVELY VIEWS 10 Falls View Road, Haruru Falls Northland Lifestyle&Property Real Estate Guide to Northland Advertising feature AUCTION MACKYS REAL ESTATE LTD, BAYLEYS, LICENSED UNDER THE REA ACT 2008. You would never guess there is this delightful home at the end of the tree lined driveway. The house is three bedrooms, one bathroom and an open plan living area. Easy access out onto the deck to enjoy watching the sun set in this west facing position. A large area of flat land in this 1.117ha property makes it perfect for the kids to play in and there is even a resident tree hut. Such a lovely setting with great views over towards the Haruru Falls Peace, privacy and seclusion make this a most desirable property. Auction (unless sold prior), 1pm, Friday 22 February 2013 Bayleys Real Estate, 41 Kerikeri Road, Kerikeri View Open home Sat 26 Jan1-2pm www.bayleys.co.nz/ 187188 Louise Rendell M 021 964 466 firstname.lastname@example.org A HIDDEN OASIS 24 Falls View Road, Haruru Falls Farmers go for contest The next phase of the 45th ANZ Young Farmer Contest is about to begin and is New Zealand s ultimate rural challenge. The regional finals series kicks off in Febru- ary and Northern will be first to find its grand finalist on February 9. Once again the new crop of young farmers will battle it out in the TeenAg and AgriKidsNZ competitions that run alongside the regionals. The grand final is in Auckland, May 16 to 18, in a classic case of country comes to town. Visit youngfarmers contest.co.nz for details. Solar water heating an option for big families As the solar thermal market grows so too do the number of entrants offering inexpensive options for solar water heat- ing systems. Solar water heating offers quicker paybacks to those who have both high use pro- files and a longer term demand outlook such as hav- ing a young family. The most common solar heating applications use glazed flat panels or evacuated tube systems for home hot water heating. Understanding your needs and ensuring the correct siz- ing of your system is an important starting point. While every home requires an individual feasibility review, in general families of three persons or more or with monthly power bills in excess of $300 are encouraged to have a serious look at a SWH solution to reduce energy costs. For those with a low user profile, monthly bills under $150 or with low cost alterna- tive heating, switching to solar may be an ethics-based choice rather than financial. Building a new home, reno- vating or replacing a cylinder offers a cost effective oppor- tunity to invest in a solar sol- ution. Installing a solar ready cylinder when your old cylin- der gives out provides the option to upgrade to a full solar system in the future. Depending upon the sup- plier, installing a solar ready cylinder versus a traditional electric one will cost you more. Stainless cylinders, highly recommended for long term solutions and hybrid solar configurations generally cost slightly more. Future-proofing your home in this manner also increases its value as is already being recognised by real estate com- panies and a rapidly increas- ing number of discerning home buyers. You can source indepen- dent advice at consumer.org. Warming your swimming pool with solar is also an option. Exercise good for the brain -- study People who exercise later in life may better protect their brain from age-related changes than those who do not, a study sug- gests. Researchers found that people over 70 who took regular exercise showed less brain shrinkage over a three-year period than those who did little exercise. Psychologists and neuroimag- ing experts, based at the Univer- sity of Edinburgh, did not find there to be any benefit to brain health for older people from par- ticipation in social or mentally stimulating activities. Greater brain shrinkage is lin- ked to problems with memory and thinking and the researchers say their findings suggest that exer- cise is potentially one important pathway to maintaining a healthy brain both in terms of size and reducing damage. The researchers also examined the brain s white matter -- the wir- ing that transmits messages round the brain. They found that people over 70 who were more physically active had fewer damaged areas -- visible as abnormal areas on scanning -- in the white matter than those who did little exercise. Additionally, researchers found that over-70s taking regular exer- cise had more grey matter -- the parts of the brain with nerve cell bodies. The Edinburgh team used MRI scans to measure the volume of brain tissue and the volume and health of the brain s white matter in the almost 700 people they studied. Researchers studied levels of physical activity which ranged from moving only for necessary housework to more strenuous forms of exercise such as keep-fit or taking part in competitive sports. Scientists also recorded whether or not the participants, all aged over 70, took part in men- tally stimulating activities such as reading and participating in social groups. Our results suggest that to maintain brain health, physical activity may be more beneficial than choosing more sedentary activities, says Dr Alan Gow of the University of Edinburgh, who led the research.
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