Hutt News : September 13th 2011
44 HUTT NEWS, SEPTEMBER 13, 2011 NEWS 4025406AA IMMACULATELY RENOVATED AND SUN DRENCHED By Negotiation, Price Guide $685,000 No expense has been spared on this beautiful four bedroom home set in the heart of Lower Hutt amongst other top quality properties. Transformed with quality, style and flair this home has it all: Flat 698m2 section, sunny, private and sheltered. Rewired, reroofed, replumbed -- just move in and enjoy. Three large bedrooms/office or fourth bedroom/ensuite. Separate games room/security system. Open plan living/gas heating. Wonderful indoor/outdoor connection to deck and gardens. Drive on to a large double garage plus extra off street parking. Stroll to top schools, kindy, shops, Westfield Mall, Golf Club, hospital and transport. Be quick. Come and look. This will sell. Also view at www.justpaterson.co.nz or www.open2view.com ID# 251864 Debbie Curran 021 735 133 JUST PATERSON A prime position -- Sunny, private, peaceful By Negotiation, Rating Valuation $740,000 This beautiful character home, sitting at the front door of Eastbourne, has been renovated with quality, style and flair and within minutes of all the amenities of Eastbourne. Set well back on the 673m² section immaculate, sunny, private. Four bedrooms, ensuite, three living areas, wonderful indoor/outdoor connection for easy entertaining and family living. Four heat pumps, security system, car port plus extra off street parking, fully fenced section. Stroll to shops, schools, beach, cafes. Bus at your door step and ferry just around the corner. This is something very special. Eastbourne at its best. This delightful home must be seen -- you will not be disappointed. Also view at www.justpaterson.co.nz or www.open2view.com ID# 251862 Anne Jeeves 021 498 844 Debbie Curran 021 735 133 JUST PATERSON 4025473AA Schools help build World Cup buzz By PRIYANKA BHONSULE Embracing cultures: Girls in kimonos, boys with flags painted on their faces -- it was a melting pot of rugby nations at Sts Peter and Paul School. No All Blacks: Because no-one could be New Zealand, kids from Sts Peter and Paul School chose rugby nations they had a connection to or, simply the ones they thought were cool. Shout out: Friday afternoon was a noisy, excited affair for Arakura School as they wrapped up their own World Cup festivities. The country was on a rugby buzz leading up to the launch of the World Cup last week and Lower Hutt schools were right among it. Sts Peter and Paul School had a Show Us Your Colours day on Wednesday with students dress- ing up using their favourite World Cup nations as inspiration. You could not be an All Black though -- organisers wanted kids to celebrate being the host country and embrace the culture of 19 dif- ferent countries. Students paid a gold coin to dress up with all proceeds going to Ronald McDonald House in the form of toys and games. Arakura School decided to split the school in to house groups for World Cup activities on Friday. Each group was assigned two countries to represent which they made flags for and learnt the national chants. Games during the day included a tug of war, three-legged races, a Weet-Bix eating relay and rugby role-playing games.
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