10 Couch Street Ngaruawahia

Property ID:58QHFH

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Double or Nothing!

10 Couch Street Ngaruawahia

Property Snapshot

Background image with a bed, bath and carpark icon
  • 5
  • 2
  • 3

The possibilities here at this tidy, well looked after property, are endless! Extended living, big kids in the second house, elderly parents to care for, rental opportunity - you get the picture.

The front house is a lovely, 96m2 (more or less) three bedroom weatherboard home with a modern kitchen, separate dining room, two toilets, and a lovely sunny deck that can be used year-round.

It has had windows retro-fitted with double-glazing, is insulated, has a heat pump and a DVS, and a gas hot water system. Completing the picture is a double garage, and a fenced rear yard.

This home has an excellent tenant, who would love to stay, and we can supply rental appraisal on request.

The second house is a stand-alone 2 bedroom home, 70m2 (more or less), with a compact kitchen, separate bathroom and its own carport.

This second property is also fully fenced, and both are compliant. They have their own water and power connections.

Set on an 819m2 (more or less) section in a good area, the projected rental income would be $850-870 per week. You do the math! Then once you've done it, call Paula or Shayne to arrange a private viewing.

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  • 12:00pm - 12:45pm, Sun 28/11/2021 2021-11-28 12:00:00 2021-11-28 12:45:00 Pacific/Auckland 10 Couch Street Ngaruawahia, Ngaruawahia - Open Home Open Home 10 Couch Street Ngaruawahia, Ngaruawahia LJHooker donotreply@ljhooker.co.nz

Locality Guide - Ngaruawahia

Location Description

Ngaruawahia, a small town with big history and a promising future. A place waiting to be explored. Ngaruawahia is home to the Maori King (Tūheitia Paki), the Hakarimata Range, and is the place where the Waipa and Waikato rivers meet. There is so much more to Ngaruawahia than meets the eye. Developments, subdivisions and a shifting focus towards tourism shows promise for the go getters and entrepreneurs to be a part of this great little town.

Attractions

  • The Hakarimata Range is home to native Kauri trees, birds, and glow worms. Providing a range of activities for all levels of fitness. The most popular being the Summit stairs walk. A busy track that brings over 50,000 People a year. See the doc website for more: http://www.doc.govt.nz/parks-and-recreation/places-to-go/waikato/places/hakarimata-scenic-reserve/

  • The magnificent Turangawaewae Marae is home to the Maori King, Tuheitia Paki. In March each year the marae is open to the public for one day at the annual regatta races.

  • Wood Carving art studio – Wayne Ross gallery.

  • Te Awa River Ride.  Follow this link for more info on the river rides: http://www.hamiltonwaikato.com/experiences/cycling/te-awa-the-great-nz-river-ride/

  • Perry Bike park (Horotiu).

  • The Point Reserve at times can be a hive of activity with Dog Shows, Hot Air Balloon landings and family fun days and includes a skate park, Campervan waste disposal, free public BBQs, playground, public swimming pool and dog park.

Facilities

  • Art Centre

  • Library

  • Returned Services Association

  • Chemist

  • Doctors

  • Waikato District Council Main Office is located in Ngaruawahia

  • River Riders bike hire: http://riverriders.co.nz/

Transport

A regular daily bus service connects Ngaruawahia to Huntly and Hamilton.

Community

  • Ngaruawahia Library
    (07) 824 8633

  • Ngaruawahia Medical Centre
    (07) 824 8893

  • Nga Miro Health Centre
    (07) 824 8393

  • North Waikato Dental
    (07) 824 9550

  • Ngaruawahia Community Centre
    (07) 824 8340

  • Ngaruawahia Police Station
    (07) 824 8199

  • Waikato District Council
    (07) 824 8633

  • Ngaruawahia Veterinary Clinic
    (07) 824 8630

Pre-Schools

The early childhood facilities in Ngaruawahia include:

  • Kids Time
    (07) 824 7373

  • Galbraith Kindergarten
    (07) 824 8796

  • Newcastle Kindergarten
    (07) 824 8280

  • Ngaruawahia Top Kids
    (07) 824 8871

  • Turangawaewae Kohanga Reo
    (07) 824 5165

  • Active Discoverers Educare
    (07) 824 5276

  • Moko Club
    (07) 824 8848

  • Taupiri Play Centre
    (07) 824 6012

  • Taupiri Educare
    (07) 824 6001

Primary Schools

The primary schools in Ngaruawahia are:

  • Waipa Primary School
    (07) 824 8228

  • Te Akau School
    (07) 825 4777

  • Glen Massey School
    (07) 824 8423

  • Ngaruawahia Primary School
    (07) 824 8426

  • Waingaro School
    (07) 825 4714

Secondary Schools

  • The secondary school in Ngaruawahia is:
    Ngaruawahia High School
    (07) 824 8729

Tertiary Schools

Tertiary institutions in nearby Hamilton are:

  • Te Wananga O Aotearoa
    (07) 849 9241

  • University of Waikato
    (07) 838 4466

  • Waikato Polytechnic
    (07) 834-8877

  • Sir George Seymour National College Of Tourism and Travel
    (07) 838 0022

Sport

  • Hopuhopu Sports Park
    (07) 824 8689

  • Hakirimata Hoewaka (Maori Canoe Paddling)
    (07) 824 5306

  • Huntly Tae Kwon Do Clubb
    (07) 8287152

  • Ngaruawahia Rugby Football Club
    (07) 824 8907

  • Ngaruawahia Golf Club
    (07) 824 8006

  • Ngaruawahia Bowling Club
    (07) 824 8879

  • Ngaruawahia Rugby League Football Club Inc
    (07) 824 8338

  • Ngaruawahia Soccer Club
    (07) 824 7191

  • Ngaruawahia Squash Racquets Club
    (07) 824 8643

Recent Sales around Ngaruawahia

Open Home

  • 12:00pm - 12:45pm, Sun 28/11/2021 2021-11-28 12:00:00 2021-11-28 12:45:00 Pacific/Auckland 10 Couch Street Ngaruawahia, Ngaruawahia - Open Home Open Home 10 Couch Street Ngaruawahia, Ngaruawahia LJHooker donotreply@ljhooker.co.nz

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