Hutt News : September 20th 2011
48 HUTT NEWS, SEPTEMBER 20, 2011 COMMUNITY 3606181AZ LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION VENDOR MEETS THE MARKET 21 Korau Grove -- $239,000 Selling under GV is a very spacious 2 bedroom home with loads of potential. Brick and aluminium construction, semi fenced, sunny 468sqm section in a top location. A make over is required, but she will be a real gem when you have finished. Starting out or slowing down, this is the one. www.selig.co.nz ID# SV1388 Call Tracy Lammas 0274 542 509 or a/h 563 8080 BUY FOR THE FUTURE A TRANQUIL GETAWAY 3 SCOTT COURT, STOKES VALLEY. OFFICE Ph: 563 9359 Licensed Under the Real Estates Agents Act 2008 Stokes Valley Real Estate MREINZ To ny Madsen 027 441 1140 Carolyn Bramley 027 676 2235 Kay Madsen 027 441 1140 Tracy Lammas 0274 542 509 Tim Barnes 021 137 0506 Wendy Flitcroft 021 108 8819 Barbara Kiernan 021 380 280 OPEN HOMEE SUN 2.00-2.30pm Enquiries From $369,000 Sun, peace & privacy are only a few attractions of what this home has to offer. • 3 good sized bedrooms, master with ensuite • Open plan living, dining • Heatpump + fireplace • Single Garage • Stunning sunsoaked decks • All set in a very sought after location. www.selig.co.nz ID# SV1385 Call The Office 563 9359 OVERLOOK THE VALLEY OPEN HOMEE SUN 2.00-2.30pm 32 Logie Street - $220,000 Enjoy the great Valley views from the large lounge in this three bedroom first home. Open plan living, garage and workshop below in handy location and priced to sell. www.seligt.co.nz ID# SV1392 Call Barbara Kiernan 021 380 280 or a/h 938 7207 A TOUCH OF YESTERYEAR Enquiries From $265,000 The polished floor gives this 3 double bedroom family home a touch of character for all to enjoy. Great location for local amenities, schooling and public transport resulting in a happy family. www.selig.co.nz ID# SV1387 Call Barbara Kiernan 021 380 280 or a/h 938 7207 58a Glen Road High $200,000's You won't regret starting here. It has the location, it has the section and it has the potential. *3 Bedrooms *2 Living Areas *Sep Toilet *Sep Laundry *A Well Equipped Kitchen *Large Garage & Workshop *Wood Burner *705sqm Rear Section www.selig.co.nz ID# SV1389 Call Tracy Lammas 0274 542 509 or a/h 563 8080 SOLD TIME TO GET MOVING 32 Shackleton Grove Offer in the Vicinity of $150,000 There is an opportunity here to create a lovely home, if you are prepared to put in the work. 3 good sized bedrooms, open plan living, carport and garage. There is a lot of work to be done, but everyone needs to start somewhere. www.selig.co.nz ID# SV1384 Call Tracy Lammas 0274 542 509 or a/h 563 8080 $255,000 *Good Living Spaces *Modern Kitchen *Stylish Bathroom *3 Bedrooms *Fantastic Deck *Good Storage *Wood Burner *Phone Now to View www.selig.co.nz ID# SV1386 Call Tim Barnes 021 1370 506 or a/h 563 9217 MAKE IT YOURS OPEN HOMEE SUN 1.00-1.30pm 13 Chittick Street -- Enquiries From $225,000 Fantastic opportunity waiting in the centre of the valley. Close to main road, schools & transport this 3 bedroom home with good living spaces, double garage with 2 extra rooms is priced to sell. Put your finishing touches and call it home. www.selig.co.nz ID# SV1390 Call Tim Barnes 021 1370 506 or a/h 563 9217 ALL SERIOUS OFFERS OPEN HOMEE SUN 3.00-3.30pm OPEN HOMEE SUN 3.00-3.30pm 149B George Street -- Enquiries From $179,000 Will be given serious consideration for this 3 bedroom family home. With some TLC and personal flair, this could become your dream home, so don't delay viewing it. www.selig.co.nz ID# SV1391 Call Barbara Kiernan 021 380 280 or a/h 938 7207 Arthritis not only in older people MOVEITORLOSEIT One of the most important aspects of managing arthritis is exercise -- to keep your joints moving to increase flexibility and help reduce pain. Improving muscle strength will help protect your joints. Walking, Tai Chi, swimming and gentle exercise classes all can help. While you are at home and reading or watching television there is another simple and inexpensive option -- the Aircycle. It was discovered by an Otaki woman some years ago when searching for a way to help her severely affected husband. The inflatable exerciser caught the attention of Arthritis New Zealand, which publicised it in its magazine. Lower Hutt woman Jenny Watson, a cousin of the Otaki woman, further developed the product and has been continuing to distribute it. She's giving $5 of the $30 cost of the Aircycle to anyone who orders one during Arthritis Week. The inflatable plastic cushion, which can be used to exercise hands and feet, is a great circulation booster and many people have also found it helpful for other conditions -- reducing swollen ankles and cramps, relieving diabetic foot problems, sciatic nerve pain, aching legs, sore and cold feet and hands, for Parkinsons, MS, stroke rehabilitation, strengthening muscles and helping people remain mobile and independent. It is washable and folds to carry in a pocket to use on flights, in the car or under an office desk For more information visit aircycle.co.nz or phone 04 569 5013. There are many well-known New Zealanders who live with arthritis: Petone actor Geraldine Brophy, rower Mahe Drysdale, dancer Mary-Jane O'Reilly and All Black Neemia Tialata, to name just a few. But during this year's annual appeal week, which starts today, Arthritis New Zealand would like you to think a bit closer to home: your neighbours, your friends and your family. Chances are someone you love lives with arthritis. Many people think arthritis only affects older people, which is an unfortunate misconception. You might be surprised to learn there are more than 1000 children and young people living with the pain of arthritis. Wellingtonian Katherine Wright, a 26-year-old senior animal technician, began to suffer symptoms at 18 when her hips became severely sore. Despite seeing a number of doctors, Katherine says it took a long time to be diagnosed. After about five years, and what seemed like a million different doctors, my rheumatologist told me I've got undifferentiated spondyloarthropathy, a type of arthritis that causes strong pain in the back and hips. The support I've gotten from Arthritis New Zealand has been fantastic. Their courses have been an excellent source of up- to-date, trustworthy information and their arthritis educators helped me learn techniques to manage my pain and stress.'' Arthritis New Zealand receives only 12 per cent of its funding from government agencies. The street appeal is this Friday. People can also make a donation by visiting arthritis.org.nz or by calling 0900 333 20.
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