Pegasus Post: October 15, 2019

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Cancer scare got Lorelei painting

• By Claire Booker

WHEN LORELEI Burdett

was waiting for the results

of a biopsy after a routine

mammogram, the possibility

of having breast cancer sent her

into emotional turmoil.

So she channelled her feelings

into creating art for a calendar

to raise money for the Breast

Cancer Foundation NZ.

“When I was waiting for my

results, I thought I can’t be sick,

I’m about to have a grandchild,”

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN ​

Ms Burdett said. “So I decided

I would just paint and help

people get to know how I was

feeling.”

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• By Claire Booker

ROCKS ARE being thrown

through house windows,

terrifying those inside.

The incidents have happened

on Sunday nights on Highsted,

Veitches and Cavendish Rds in

Bishopdale and Casebrook.

Highsted Rd resident Christina

Davey was watching TV when

a rock was thrown through her

window about 10pm.

“I was sitting on the couch

watching TV and it happened

right behind me,” she said.

Miss Davey called 111, and

was told by police it was wilful

property damage. They did not

investigate it further.

“I don’t sit in front of that window

anymore, I’m just so pleased

my son was in bed asleep,” she

said.

Christchurch North Community

Patrol chairman Sam Hall

said the patrol had noticed an

increase in thefts and burglaries

in Bishopdale.

“It has been pretty bad lately,

but give it a month and they’ll

be somewhere else,” he said of

problems across the north-west

suburbs.

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Harvey takes reins at SARA

• By Claire Booker

A NEW chairman has been

appointed to the St Albans

Residents Association – and for

the first time in nearly 10 years

the role will be held by a man.

Jason Harvey has stepped up

to fill the role previously held by

Emma Twaddell,

who has since

been employed

as a community

activator.

But Mr

Harvey, who

started last

Jason

Harvey

week, has no

concerns about

taking on the

role as a male.

“I think what matters is a

passion for developing a great

community,” he said.

Mr Harvey has been closely

involved with the mitigation

of the Downstream Effects

Management Plan, which is

set to bring more than 48,000

vehicles through the suburb.

Before moving to St Albans in

2011, Mr Harvey was a volunteer

firefighter for about four years.

He is also involved with youth

groups and youth camps, and

was an under-10 to under-13

coach at the Shirley Rugby Club

for a few years.

NEW BEGINNINGS: Former St Albans Residents Association

chairwoman Emma Twaddell has taken up a community

activator role.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

Mr Harvey, alongside Mark

Wilson, helped organise a

petition to try and stop the

Christchurch Northern Corridor

motorway traffic from being

funnelled through St Albans.

He said it is an honour to land

the role.

“SARA has done an amazing

job in advocating for our

community. I’m looking forward

to continuing that work with

everyone,” he said.

Mr Harvey’s priorities in his

new role are to continue with

the work the association already

has under way.

“The next year is a big

‘I think what matters is a

passion for developing a

great community’

– Jason Harvey

one with the opening of

the Christchurch Northern

Corridor and all the associated

works related to that, and the

building of the new community

centre,” he said.

Ms Twaddell gave up full-time

employment 13 years ago to be

a full-time mother, and she is

excited to move back into her

role as a community activator.

“Being well over dishes and

washing, I’m excited to be

employed again in a field that I

think is very rewarding. The role

is about using SARAs resources

to enable residents and local

groups to develop local groups,

activities and events,” she said.

Ms Twaddell said she doesn’t

know Mr Harvey very well, but

believes he has a quiet calmness

about him.

“He is diligent and in a good

team, I think he will be a good

leader, especially with a strong

committee behind him,” she

said.

Peter Jaspers and Conrad

Fitzgerald have also joined the

association’s committee.

In Brief

BIRD-SCARING GUNS

Two bird-scaring gas guns

will be placed along the

Christchurch Northern

Corridor this month to ward

of birds. The gas guns will

be placed as far away from

residential properties as

possible, but the noise may be

heard from a distance. The guns

will be used until the plants are

established. It is likely they will

be taken away in December.

CRANFORD ST WORK

Work was due to start on

Monday to upgrade Cranford

St to four lanes, with a central

median and cycle lanes on

both sides of the road. The

intersection of Cranford St

and Innes Rd will also be

widened, and turning lanes

will be improved. All traffic

on Cranford St will be moved

to the east side of the road and

there will be 30km/h speed

limit. The work will take two

and three weeks.

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Big upgrade for Condon pool

CLOSURE: Graham Condon Recreation and Sports

Centre will be closed from mid-January for a series of

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THE GRAHAM Condon

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will undergo a refresh over

summer.

It will be the most significant

maintenance and refurbishment

work to be carried out on the

facility since it opened eight

years ago. However, it will be

closed temporarily from mid-

January.

The refresh will

start in mid-January

and include work to

improve the efficiency

of the facility, such

as changing to LED

lighting.

Other work will

include painting,

replacement of

showers and toilets and poolside

work.

The main hall and gym will

be completed first and re-open

in early February, while the

remainder of the centre –

including the pools – will reopen

in early April.

City council head of

recreation, sports and events

Nigel Cox says the facility has

had a lot of use since opening,

especially as other recreation

and sports centres were

closed or damaged after the

earthquakes.

Nigel Cox

“Since Graham Condon

opened in October 2011, a huge

number of people have made

use of the facility. It’s definitely

time for it to have deferred

maintenance completed to

ensure it is modern, efficient

and well maintained for

continued community use.

“We thank the public for

their patience as we carry

out this much-needed

work and hope they look

forward to seeing and

experiencing the benefits

it will bring,” he said.

Over the past two years

refurbishments have

also been carried out at

Pioneer and Jellie Park

recreation and sports

centres.

Mr Cox said as other

new facilities like He Puna

Taimoana in New Brighton,

the Metro Sports facility, Te

Pou Toetoe in Linwood, and

the planned library, customer

services and recreation and

sport centre in Hornby are

built, they will be added into

the city council’s scheduled

maintenance programme.

People with specific

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Tuesday October 15 2019 5

Pub quizzes help pay for

pool resource consent

• By Claire Booker

PUB QUIZZES seem to be highly

popular in St Albans, with funds

from the event helping to pay for

the $43,000 resource consent for

the proposed Edgeware Pool.

The monthly quizzes held

at Bailies Bar have helped pay

off the last of the cost for the

resource consent and subdivision

fees for the project.

More than 50 loyal trivia enthusiasts

have regularly attended

the events to support the community

pool.

The pool has been a contentious

issue in the area since its

closure and demolition in 2006

by the city council.

In 2016, the city council sold

the land for the Edgeware Pool to

the St Albans Pavilion and Pool

Group for $1.

The city council stated at the

time it would not contribute to

the project, but later said it would

commit $1.25 million if the group

could raise the rest of the $5 million

costs.

The St Albans Pavilion and

Pool group are now awaiting

the results of a feasibility study,

which are expected next month.

ARTIST’S IMPRESSION: The designs for Edgeware Pool will

be assessed in a feasibility study, and results are expected in

November.

The study will assess the practicality

of the new Edgeware Pool

designs and whether it will be an

asset to the community.

After the study, the group can

apply for money from major

charitable funding groups to

build the pool.

St Albans Pavilion and Pool

spokeswoman Valerie Somerville

said once the study is complete,

funding will be applied for to

cover the capital costs to build

the new pool.

“It is envisaged that it will be an

“oasis” in St Albans, two outdoor

pools heated sufficiently for

maximum use during the spring,

summer and autumn months and

surrounded by a family-friendly

picnic lawn,” she said.

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zone, will be gifted

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the Crown after the

restoration project

is complete to allow

Sutton’s legacy to live

on. Land Information

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Searancke says

the restoration

of the significant

site, protected by

a covenant, marks

the start of wider

regeneration plans

for the Ōtākaro Avon

River Corridor.

“As kaitiaki of this

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to support the use

of the residential

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just another way we

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Tuesday October 15 2019 7

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Kids get ready to fish

ANGLER: Brooke Meldrum, of Burwood, was proud of her catch

at last year’s Take a Kid Fishing event.

• By Claire Booker

ABOUT 800 salmon and

rainbow trout will be released

before the Take a Kid Fishing day

at The Groynes lakes on Sunday.

The event was first held in 1988

and is the largest of its type in

New Zealand.

Isaac

Conservation

and Wildlife

Trust chairman

Dave Denton

is helping to

organise the day.

He said a key

objective is “to

give children

a sense of confidence and

Dave

Denton

self-worth by involving them

and their families in a healthy

outdoor pursuit.

“Many children have no

opportunity to enjoy such an

outdoor experience and they just

don’t know how to get involved.

This event offers a lot more than

fishing. Encouraging children

to fish is a great way to develop

closer family relationships and

outdoor involvement. And while

fishing is the tool, the benefits are

much wider,” he said.

The event will run from 9am

to 1pm. Rods, tackle and bait

will be available on loan, but

identification must be brought by

the parent or caregiver.

Painter produces

artwork to raise

cash for charity

•From page 1

The results came back clear,

much to Ms Burdett’s relief,

but she continued painting

and compiling artwork for the

calendar.

She developed a passion

for art when she was at high

school in Whakatane, and says

painting is not hard for her –

she just lets

her feelings

flow on to the

canvas.

Ms Burdett’s

feature

piece for the

calendar

La Femme

portrays femininity and hope.

“It had to be beautiful and

feminine,” she said.

Family is an important part

of Ms Burdett’s life and the

inspiration behind her art,

which is mostly done using oil

paint.

“Every painting has a story,

people may not get it, but

they just have to use their

imagination,” she said.

‘This is not perfect, I’m

not perfect, but this is

through my eyes’

– Lorelei Burdett

Each painting generally takes

Ms Burdett about two days to

complete, depending on how

“hyped-up” she is about it.

Many of the pieces in the

calendar are colourful and

dedicated to members of her

family, including her late

husband Peter, who died in 2009

from pancreatic cancer.

After Peter

died, she

dedicated

a calendar

to him and

painted

another one

for the CD

Kids Hospital

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Ms Burdett said her art may

not be perfect, but that is part of

the beauty of it.

“This is not perfect, I’m not

perfect, but this is through my

eyes, and that’s how I like it,” she

said.

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Your Local Views

Busy time on patrol

HAVE YOUR SAY: Have you noticed an increase in thefts or

burglaries in your area? Email your views to

claire.booker@starmedia.kiwi

Christchurch

North

Community

Patrol

chairman

Sam Hall

writes about

the group’s

achievements over the past

few months and provides

some tips on how to keep

yourself safe

OUR PATROL has had a busy

few months, averaging 400

volunteer hours and 4000km per

month.

In August, we reported 52

suspicious vehicles, 10 incidents

of suspicious behaviour, found

five stolen cars, performed

multiple welfare checks and

reported 108 pieces of graffiti.

We have also assisted at vehicle

accidents and a house fire,

where our training was put into

practice.

Our relationship with the

Christchurch Charity Hospital

has continued and we have been

transporting its equipment to the

main hospital and patients to and

from their appointments.

We have been operating in

Christchurch for 30 years now

and we love working alongside

the police and the community.

LOOK OUT: Sam Hall and

the Christchurch North

Community Patrol are

encouraging residents to

stay vigilant when it comes to

safety. ​

We have an amazing group

of volunteers who are all well

trained and police vetted.

Our patrollers are a mixture of

young and old, men and woman.

Some are retired, a number are

police recruits, and others are

just people wanting to help out in

their community. If you would

like to join us, then you would be

most welcome.

We have a Facebook page,

which has provided a great way

for people to get in touch with us

and find out what we do.

As well as the hotspot and

burglary maps that the police

give us, we have been able to add

more areas of concern to our

patrol routes.

We adjust our times and routes

with this information, and

we have added later shifts and

concentrated patrols in these

streets.

With an increase in activity in

our area, we suggest you remove

valuables from your cars when

you lock up. Invest in car alarms,

and keep vigilant with regards to

unwanted people on your streets.

Our motto when patrolling is

if something doesn’t look right –

then it probably isn’t. If you see

something or someone, and they

are still in the area, then phoning

111 is your best option. This will

get the police there fast.

You could also take down

number plates, descriptions, and

a direction of travel if you can.

If they are long-gone, or there is

something that doesn’t require a

police presence right away, then

you can call the 105 number to

report it. Keep safe, and look

after your neighbours.

•To find out about the patrol,

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DAMAGE:

Christina

Davey’s

Bishopdale

home had a

rock thrown

through its

window one

Sunday night

while she

was at home. ​

House windows

smashed by rocks

•From page 1

In August, the patrol

reported 52 suspicious

vehicles, 10 incidents of

suspicious behaviour,

found five stolen cars,

performed multiple

welfare checks and

reported 108 pieces

of graffiti throughout

suburbs across the

north west.

But police say they are

not aware of anything

out of the ordinary in

regards to crime in the area.

Senior Sergeant Roy Appley

said he was not aware of any

specific issues in Bishopdale

until the Pegasus Post spoke to

him about the incidents

of rocks through

windows.

“Rocks through

windows is not a

normal occurrence,

but residents should

know there is a sergeant

and five constables

specifically focused

Roy Appley on Bishopdale and the

north west,” she said.

He said

communication was “working

well” between the community

patrol and police.


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More piping

success for

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Daniel hits the books after

bringing home third NZ title

Campbell

• By Claire Booker

CAMPBELL WILSON may

only be 16, but his list of

bag-piping success is almost

never-ending.

Last week, the St Andrew’s

College pupil won the New

Zealand Young Piper of the Year

award for the second year in a

row.

“It feels pretty surreal, all I

wanted to do in nelson was to

play good tunes, and that was

what I did,” Campbell said.

At the competition in Nelson,

Campbell won all three under-21

events, the piobaireachd,

march, strathspey and reel, and

the hornpipe jig.

“It’s certainly one of the most

prestigious awards I’ve won in

New Zealand, for sure,” he said.

In August, Campbell won

the under-18 piobaireachd and

under-18 march, strathspey

and reel events at the Northern

Meeting in Inverness, Scotland.

In the piping world, the annual

Northern Meeting is the

most prestigious competition for

solo pipers around the world.

He made history at the Hastings

Highland Games in April

when he became the youngest

ever winner of the New Zealand

Gold Medal for Piobaireachd.

Campbell said he practices

about five or six hours each

week and usually has a lesson on

the weekend with his father.

He said the hours he practices

when competitions are not in

the near future seem extensive,

but when competitions are

on the horizon, he feels well

prepared.

Campbell’s father Greg

Wilson is classified as one of the

top pipers in the world – and

doubles as his tutor.

“He [Greg] has been the

backbone of my piping successes.

Without him I wouldn’t

do nearly as well as I am now,”

Campbell said.

Campbell is now looking

forward to when he competes

against his father at the upcoming

Labour weekend competitions.

“The next steps for me would

be having success in the annual

Labour Weekend competitions

coming up in a couple of weeks.

As my dad always says, you’re

only as good as your next tune,”

he said.

SPORT

• By Jacob Page

BURWOOD’S DANIEL Meehan

is happy to juggle his boxing

dream with studying for his

NCEA level one exams.

Fresh from winning his third

consecutive national amateur

boxing title, the 16-year-old

was hitting the books last week

rather than the punching bag.

Daniel, who trains at Papanui’s

Smiling Tigers Boxing Gym,

won the junior under-60kg New

Zealand title at the tournament

in Hastings and was also named

most scientific junior boxer.

“It felt good to win another

national title,” he said.

“I didn’t know much about my

two opponents, so I just tried to

control what I could control.

“I just wanted to control the

ring (with foot movement) and

use my jab to keep scoring. Be as

scientific as possible.”

He is following in the footsteps

of his father, Danny, who had

more than 120 fights when he

was based in Manawatu.

Daniel has been training for

the past six years under Smiling

Tigers coach Mark Fuller.

He initially started hitting

HARD-HITTING:

Daniel Meehan

has added a third

New Zealand title

to his growing list

of achievements.

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pads with his dad in the garage

and progressed from there.

He has big goals. “I’d like to

compete at the Commonwealth

Games in 2022,” he said.

“I’ll be 19 by then so that’s

what I’ve set my sights on.”

Daniel trains five times a week

and will not ease up even with

exams looming.

Fuller, who was also one of

the Canterbury coaches at the

tournament, said Daniel has a

bright future. “He has a great

work ethic, and, yes, he has the

genes that help him but he

is extremely dedicated,” he

said.

“He’s a smart boxer in there

and knows what he is about. I

don’t think the Commonwealth

Games is too big of a goal for

him if he keeps on this path,”

Fuller said.

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Senior Net New Brighton

Tuesday, Wednesday and

Thursday, 10am-noon (by

appointment)

This group offers assistance

to mature people with modern

technology, including computers,

tablets, smartphones, email,

Facebook, Skype, Word,

cellphones and the internet.

Phone 382 6048 for more

information.

202 Marine Pde (next to the

New Brighton Club)

JP Clinic at Shirley Library

Tuesday, 10am-1pm

A justice of the peace will

be available to members of

the community to witness

signatures and documents,

certify document copies, hear

oaths, declarations, affidavits or

affirmations and sign citizenship,

sponsorship or rates rebates

applications. No charge.

Shirley Library

SAYGo Steady As You Go

Falls Prevention Exercise Class

Tuesday, 10am

This is a specially-designed

class to help you avoid a fall.

There is a $2 koha entry but no

booking fee. Those interested are

invited to turn up on the day and

see what it can do for them.

Parklands Community Centre

Email matt.slaughter@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Sit and Be Fit

Thursday, 9.30am

Complete a class of exercises

without even leaving your

chair. The cost of the class is

$5.50 and you’ll get a cup of tea

or coffee.

Taiora: QE II Recreation and

Sport Centre

Rocket Club

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along and take part in

different activities based on

local and current events in

a learning environment.

Homework help is available

during this time. Free and no

bookings required.

Aranui Library

Scrabble Club

Tuesday and Wednesday, 1.30-

3.30pm and 1-2.45pm

Go along to the Scrabble

Club. No obligation, just go

along when you can and join the

friendly group. All materials are

supplied. No fee.

Shirley and Parklands

libraries

CV help

Thursday, 10-11.30am

A librarian will be on hand to

assist customers who need help

with their CV or resume.

New Brighton Library

Technology Help Drop-in

Sessions

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along to a drop-in

session for help with

email, searching the internet,

using the library catalogue,

eBooks and general computer

queries.

Shirley Library

Cards Club

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm

This weekly club is held every

Friday, just go along and join the

fun. Free, no bookings required.

Shirley Library

mBots

Friday, 10.30-11.30am

Do you like solving puzzles?

Then go and have fun with

friendly little mBots and have a

go at some of the challenges.

New Brighton Library

Makerspace

Friday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along to a weekly

Makerspace session and get

hands-on with activities for all

ages. Something new every

week.

Aranui Library

Culture Exchange

Friday, 3.45-4.45pm

Make new friends,

practice english and learn

about New Zealand and

Christchurch.

Shirley Library

The Biketober exhibition by

Aaron Hogg will be on at the

New Brighton Library all week

from open until close. Check

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with a nod to Biketober,

the festival of cycling

happening this month across

Christchurch.

New Brighton Seaside

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Saturday, 10am-2pm

Enjoy a warm and

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face-painting.

New Brighton Pedestrian

Mall

Golden Oldies Movie – Make

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Monday, 1.30pm

Terry Thomas and Hattie

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An unlikely trio of women find

their housekeeper, an ex-con, is

suspected of the robberies. Cost

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New Brighton Museum, 8

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Tasty Bites

Moving veges to centre stage

No longer the side dishes, the back-up dancers or the understudies, vegetables

have earned their place front and centre on the plate as this pizza shows

Broccoli margherita pizzas

Serves 4

Ingredients

1 x quantity broccoli dough (see

following basic recipe)

⅔ cup (50g) finely grated

parmesan

300g cherry tomatoes, torn in

half and squeezed to remove the

seeds

¼ cup (4g) oregano leaves

Extra virgin olive oil, for

drizzling

2 x 125g fresh mozzarella balls,

torn

Basil leaves, to serve

Finely grated parmesan, plus

extra to serve (optional)

Directions

Preheat oven to 200 deg C.

Line 2cm x 30cm round oven

trays with non-stick baking

paper.

Divide the dough in half and

press on to each tray to make

2cm x 28cm round pizza bases.

Bake for 20min or until firm and

slightly golden.

Sprinkle the bases with

parmesan and top with the

tomatoes and oregano.

Drizzle with a little oil.

Return the pizzas to the oven

and bake for a further 20min or

until golden.

Top warm pizzas with the

mozzarella and sprinkle with

basil and extra parmesan to

serve.

Cook’s notes: You can add

your favourite toppings to this

pizza.

Just avoid anything that might

make the broccoli base turn soft

(such as tomato puree).

It’s best to stick to fresh

tomatoes with the seeds and

some of the juice squeezed out.

Try sprinkling over preroasted

pumpkin, eggplant

(aubergine) or zucchini

(courgette).

To have these pizza bases on

standby for busy days, bake

them for the first 20min, then

cool, wrap and freeze for later

use.

Broccoli dough

Ingredients

600g broccoli florets (about two

heads), roughly chopped (see

cooks notes)

¾ cup (90g) almond meal

(ground almonds)

½ cup (25g) finely grated

Parmesan

3 eggs

Sea salt and cracked black

pepper

Directions

In small batches, place

the broccoli in a food

processor and process until

finely chopped. Transfer to a

large bowl.

Add the almond meal,

parmesan, eggs, salt and pepper

to the broccoli and mix well to

combine.

Makes one quantity.

Cook’s notes: It’s best if you

don’t add too much of the

broccoli stem to this dough.

A floret with roughly 6-8cm of

stem is great.

Adding extra can make the

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REAL ESTATE

Seascape delight

28B Ripon Street, Lyttelton

Enquiries over $645,000

4 bedrooms | 2 bathrooms | 1 living room

open-plan kitchen/dining | 1 car garage

plus 1 carport - Listing no. 10099

Elegant and stylish. Built for maximum

sun with panoramic views over Lyttelton

Harbour and surrounding hills across to

Quail Island.

Stroll up the driveway, past single garage

and carport up a few steps across a deck

onto the first level. Here you find three

double bedrooms. The master with access

to decent size bathroom having the luxury

of shower, bath and double his-and-hers

sinks, plus a separate toilet. The laundry

is also located on this floor. Continue up

the central stairway onto the second level

landing. Turn left to the living, right to

kitchen or diagonal to access the rear of the

property.

The private landscaped courtyard provides

all day living, ideal for that morning cuppa

to evening BBQs. Take time to breath in the

fragrant Jasmine that adorns the trellis.

The light-filled open-plan kitchen/dining

area is the heart of the home. Here stunning

picture-perfect sea views from the fulllength

dining room window combine with

high ceilings making for that feeling of

spaciousness.

Flow continues through to the living area

where a balcony off this room provides

additional living or entertaining space.

Stairs continue through the centre of the

house to a cleverly designed mezzanine

floor. Again, be spoilt with superb views

from the dining room windows. Having its

own shower and toilet makes this a super

fourth double bedroom, but if you want

space, light, and a “special spot” in which

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Lyttelton has become a sought-after

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ID 31603

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ID 31419

$250

ID 31417

Murray Yard-King Ride-on Mower

Thumper 4x4 Air Compressor

Nissan Navara D21 Kingcab

Sterix Electrolysis Machine

Kauri Log

Chook House

$1,150

ID 31329

$130

ID 31238

$3,500

ID 29769

$575

ID 31466

$100

ID 31620

$700

ID 26913

Toyota 2.5L V6 S/W

Fishing Gear Clearance

Kenwood Multi Mixer

1998 Honda Accord

Sharp Convection Microwave

Teardrop Camper

$2,500

ID 27925

$100

ID 31463

$300

ID 31213

$2,500

ID 31476

$200

ID 31210

$6,000

ID 31257

2004 Ford Courier With Dog Box

Yamaha YZF450

Romess Potbelly Stove

Mercedes Benz C230

Old Scales

Bunk Bed (Dismantled)

$12,000

ID 31327

$8,000

ID 18400

$500

ID 31184

$8,500

ID 31191

$30

ID 31182

$80

ID 31157

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