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126 Valley Road

Bay of Plenty
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90sqm
743sqm
126 Valley Road Bay of Plenty
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ETB Realty Ltd MREINZ
Lose The Landlord - Ideal First Home
Expecting Interest Over $405,000 This three bedroom Lockwood home will be very appealing to first home buyers and retirees. Offering open-plan living, low maintenance interior and exterior, outdoor living to a secure sunny front deck and a BBQ covered area adjacent to a double garage. Fenced flat easy care section with access for the motor home around back and plenty of off street parking. Cosy comfortable living with the heatpump and HRV system in place. So much potential to landscape section and further upgrade to the interior. Call Lewis for your personal viewing. Check out the KEA Enterprises website and Harcourts website for the many clubs and local activities. Kawerau is an ideal location to retire to or raise a family. Just 45 minutes to Rotorua, 20 minutes to the Lakes, 35 minutes to Whakatane, 50 minutes to Tauranga and 25 minutes to the Thornton boat ramp and fishing beach. Kawerau is located in the Eastern Bay of Plenty, in the middle of the North Island of New Zealand. It is at the centre of a district rich in fresh air, great bush walks and pristine New Zealand landscape. Founded in 1953, Kawerau is one of the youngest towns in New Zealand. It has been well planned with a shopping centre, plenty of parks and reserves, wide tree-lined streets and a leisurely pace of life. It is close to beaches, lakes and forestry and offers a unique place to rest and relax. Kawerau is known for its friendly people and strong community spirit. The strength of Kawerau's multicultural background is a proud characteristic along with its rich local heritage. The area's wonderful climate and varied scenic beauty make it a great affordable lifestyle option.
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