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WEDNESDAY, MAY <strong>24</strong>, <strong>2023</strong><br />

Connecting Your Local Community<br />

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Money raised to<br />

fix museum’s<br />

leaky spouting<br />

Page 3<br />

Lyttelton<br />

supermarket’s<br />

fresh new look<br />

Page 5<br />

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Police take 10 days to<br />

review video of break-in<br />

• By Daniel Alvey<br />

A SUMNER convenience<br />

store owner was surprised it<br />

took police 10 days to review<br />

CCTV footage showing young<br />

offenders raiding her business.<br />

Four young people, one who<br />

looked about 12, smashed their<br />

way into the Sumner Metro<br />

Mart on Wakefield Ave, taking<br />

vaping products, at 3.50am on<br />

Saturday, <strong>May</strong> 13.<br />

Metro Mart staff discovered<br />

the break-in when they arrived<br />

at work.<br />

Police attended at 2pm.<br />

The owner, who did not want to<br />

be named, said police looked at<br />

the CCTV footage to see where<br />

fingerprints could be taken,<br />

but did not ask for the footage,<br />

saying a police website link<br />

would be sent where the footage<br />

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Wednesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>24</strong> <strong>2023</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News<br />

Latest Canterbury news at starnews.co.nz<br />

NEWS 3<br />

In Brief<br />

• By Heidi Slade<br />

OKAINS BAY Museum has<br />

raised more than $20,000 for<br />

to replace its rusty and leaking<br />

spouting – almost $5000 more<br />

than its target.<br />

General manager and business<br />

builder Wendy Riley said the<br />

museum was “massively grateful”<br />

to everyone who contributed<br />

to its Stop the Leaks campaign.<br />

The money will be used to<br />

replace the spouting so the museum<br />

can continue to protect its<br />

collection of historic artefacts.<br />

A Givealittle campaign from<br />

<strong>May</strong> 1-13 raised $17,117 of the total,<br />

while offline donations made<br />

up the rest, Riley said.<br />

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Building manager Carol<br />

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buildings have damaged<br />

spouting. Repairs to the heritage<br />

buildings will be managed under<br />

the museum’s care and maintenance<br />

plan.<br />

Said Osgood: “In<br />

some places, (the<br />

spouting) is rusted<br />

through and the<br />

rust holes are metres<br />

long.<br />

“It’s atrocious . . .<br />

I couldn’t even tell<br />

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museum from the weather, such<br />

as repairing the Harris Cottage<br />

roof and the ceiling at the Colonial<br />

Hall.<br />

“In recent years the weather-related<br />

events have been more<br />

significant on the<br />

peninsula than<br />

ever,” Osgood said.<br />

“It’s absolutely<br />

critical work. Care<br />

and protection of<br />

the collection is<br />

paramount.”<br />

The new spouting<br />

will be put in by Continuous<br />

Group with supplier ColorCote.<br />

Riley said fundraising and<br />

grants from sources such as the<br />

city council keep the museum<br />

REPAIRS: Okains <strong>Bay</strong> Museum lead<br />

visitor host Nigel Intemann checks the<br />

leaky spouting.<br />

$20k raised to stop the leaks<br />

Wendy<br />

Riley<br />

Carol<br />

Osgood<br />

operating. “Every year it’s a<br />

struggle,” she said.<br />

But staff are always looking to<br />

improve the museum.<br />

“We’ve got our eye to the<br />

future. A major museum development<br />

is likely,” Riley said.<br />

“Aotearoa has many unique<br />

and exceptional small rural<br />

museums with important<br />

collections. What elevates<br />

Okains <strong>Bay</strong> Museum, in my<br />

view, is the number of unique<br />

collections it cares for.”<br />

Artefacts at the museum<br />

include a collection of<br />

European boats, including<br />

a Sumner Lifeboat, and the<br />

Te Papa classified taonga<br />

Māori collection.<br />

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Governors <strong>Bay</strong> volunteer<br />

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raised $2019 for Leukaemia<br />

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Fresh new choice<br />

• By Heidi Slade<br />

LYTTELTON’S only<br />

supermarket has been<br />

transformed with a fresh new<br />

look, lower prices and a wider<br />

range of products.<br />

The former SuperValue on<br />

London St is now a FreshChoice,<br />

offering new features, such as<br />

an international section, and a<br />

larger range of products.<br />

The ribbon was cut at the store<br />

yesterday by Lyttelton resident<br />

and radio personality Gary<br />

McCormick.<br />

Owners Robin and Cheryl<br />

De Thier and the FreshChoice<br />

Lyttelton team spent 14 hours<br />

yesterday preparing for the<br />

opening.<br />

“Every ticket in the store had<br />

to change,” Robin said.<br />

But he said the long hours<br />

were worth it to bring the<br />

upgraded range and prices to<br />

Lyttelton shoppers.<br />

“The branding change lowers<br />

the prices (and) the promotional<br />

programme will be better.<br />

“Anything to bring cheaper<br />

prices to Lyttelton.”<br />

Robin and Cheryl moved<br />

to Lyttelton after opening the<br />

SuperValue about nine years<br />

ago.<br />

The couple were approached<br />

by FreshChoice four weeks ago<br />

about the rebrand – and Robin<br />

felt it was a no-brainer.<br />

SPECIAL GUEST: Gary McCormick officially opens the<br />

new FreshChoice Lyttelton as owner Robin and Cheryl<br />

De Thier watch on.<br />

“It’s a big investment for us.<br />

It’s scrubbed up really well.”<br />

The revamp cost $55,000,<br />

which covered all the internal<br />

work like turning the previously<br />

white cabinets to grey.<br />

FreshChoice head office took<br />

care of the outside, Robin said.<br />

McCormick, who has lived<br />

in Lyttelton for almost 20<br />

years, was pleased with the new<br />

supermarket.<br />

“A town is only as good as its<br />

local supermarket,” he said.<br />

“It looks fresher. I always shop<br />

here . . . we couldn’t do without<br />

a good supermarket.”<br />

McCormick said there were<br />

never queues at the store and<br />

many staff members had been<br />

there for a long time.<br />

McCormick said the new<br />

signage is much clearer and the<br />

increased amount of stock will<br />

useful.<br />

FreshChoice is open from<br />

7am-9pm, seven days a week.<br />

Wednesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>24</strong> <strong>2023</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News<br />

NEWS 5<br />

Owner worried<br />

offenders might<br />

break-in again<br />

•From page 1<br />

But the owner said the link<br />

was not sent to her. So four days<br />

after the break-in, she took the<br />

initiative and went onto the<br />

police website where she was<br />

able to upload stills of the CCTV<br />

footage, which showed the faces<br />

of some of the offenders.<br />

The website would not allow<br />

her to upload the video so she<br />

put a file link to the video so<br />

investigators could access it.<br />

On Saturday, a week after the<br />

break-in, police emailed her,<br />

saying they could not access<br />

the video. She then successfully<br />

uploaded the video on Monday.<br />

But the Metro Mart owner is<br />

puzzled why police did not take<br />

the CCTV footage when they<br />

first attended.<br />

“I could have given her (the<br />

officer) video on the day if she<br />

asked,” the store owner said.<br />

She wasn’t sure if police<br />

would have found clues to the<br />

offenders’ identities earlier if<br />

they had received the footage<br />

sooner.<br />

The owner said she suggested<br />

to police other CCTV from the<br />

area, including traffic cameras<br />

entering Sumner, could build a<br />

picture of the youths travelling<br />

in a silver Nissan Hatchback.<br />

“The officer said it may not be<br />

much use as the car was likely<br />

stolen.”<br />

Police wouldn’t answer <strong>Bay</strong><br />

<strong>Harbour</strong> News questions about<br />

why it took so long for the<br />

footage to be reviewed and why<br />

it wasn’t collected on the day.<br />

A spokesperson said they are<br />

reviewing CCTV footage from<br />

the store and other areas and<br />

inquiries are ongoing.<br />

Police also did not answer<br />

questions about whether the<br />

offenders had been identified or<br />

if they were aware they had been<br />

involved in other burglaries.<br />

The owner said since the<br />

burglary she has been nervous<br />

they might come back and<br />

break-in again.<br />

“It has been a bit hectic. Every<br />

day I’m just worried about<br />

another one coming in . . . I was<br />

told once you are targeted once<br />

they can do it again.”<br />

The owner has applied for<br />

the government’s fog cannon<br />

subsidy, which she hoped will<br />

deter future break-ins.<br />

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research and education programmes.<br />

Canterbury Health Innovation<br />

An industry network that builds connections<br />

and capabilities of its member community<br />

and provides a platform to showcase new<br />

commercial opportunities. The Canterbury<br />

Health Innovation enables connections<br />

through its networking speaker events.<br />

Health Technology Centre The Health<br />

Technology Centre at Te Matatiki Toi Ora The<br />

Arts Centre will open on 1st June. It will house<br />

a cluster of early-stage health technology<br />

businesses that have grown beyond the level<br />

of programmes offered at the innovation<br />

centres. The initiative recognises the<br />

creativity of these enterprises and welcomes<br />

them into the heart of a creative community.<br />

Businesses will be enabled to scale, grow<br />

and connect with other companies, mentors,<br />

advisors and investors.<br />

Supporters New Zealand Trade and Enterprise<br />

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supporting roles and provide mentorship<br />

opportunities. NZTE helps companies expand<br />

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supports research and innovation through<br />

funding programmes.<br />

Why a HealthTech<br />

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All these parts contribute<br />

to a valuable ecosystem that<br />

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Our HealthTech sector is<br />

strong and will continue to<br />

grow in a city that enables<br />

participation from both<br />

commercial and community<br />

interests and fosters a<br />

culture of innovation and<br />

entrepreneurship.<br />

Innovative Ōtautahi-based HealthTech companies that are transforming the sector<br />

Webtools leverages modern technology to address<br />

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Their flagship product, Silhouette, enables<br />

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PHOTO: Te Papa Hauora’s flagship building,<br />

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Port call for penguins<br />

LYTTELTON PORT Company<br />

mechanic Duncan Booth, with<br />

its environment team, has<br />

created a device to call whiteflippered<br />

penguins to nesting<br />

boxes at historic Battery Point.<br />

Booth has built a waterproof<br />

penguin attraction sound<br />

system using a used car stereo, a<br />

solar panel, a 4WD battery and a<br />

pair of horn speakers.<br />

“The battery is recycled from<br />

the straddle workshop and<br />

is slightly bigger than a car<br />

battery,” Booth said.<br />

“The sound is a digital<br />

recording of a penguin call on<br />

an SD card which is fitted to the<br />

car stereo.<br />

“The audio system is solar<br />

powered and when the sunlight<br />

exceeds the amount of current<br />

the stereo draws, the excess<br />

power will go to the battery as<br />

storage to be used at night.”<br />

The sound will be broadcast at<br />

dusk and then from 10pm every<br />

night for four hours on a loop<br />

when white-flippered penguins<br />

start to scope out their nesting<br />

spots.<br />

“Obviously, it needs to be<br />

slightly louder than the noise<br />

of the sea or the swells crashing<br />

against the rocks there,” he said.<br />

Found only in Canterbury,<br />

white-flippered penguin<br />

numbers are at about 10,000.<br />

They nest in caves or rock<br />

NEW IDEA: Lyttelton Port Company mechanic Duncan<br />

Booth has created a device to call white-flippered<br />

penguins to nesting boxes at Battery Point.<br />

crevices, under logs and in<br />

human-made structures like<br />

nesting boxes.<br />

Some have even been found<br />

in the seawall built following<br />

reclamation works.<br />

LPC environment and<br />

sustainability advisor Charlotte<br />

Jones said ports are surprisingly<br />

safe places for penguins to nest<br />

and breed.<br />

“Here at the port of Lyttelton,<br />

no dogs are allowed on site, it<br />

is not accessible by the public,<br />

and Battery Point is the perfect<br />

nesting place with no ongoing<br />

development given its historical<br />

significance,” Jones said.<br />

“We are looking at putting<br />

out six or seven nesting boxes<br />

in June when we know they will<br />

start coming in and checking<br />

out new sites.”<br />

• By Heidi Slade<br />

NOT EVEN a hibernating<br />

hedgehog that has disguised itself<br />

in dirt, moss and leaves can hide<br />

from the sniffing power of pest<br />

detection dog Nightshade.<br />

Pest Free Banks Peninsula’s<br />

Nightshade found her first hibernating<br />

hedgehog on Kaitorete<br />

Spit near Birdlings Flat last week,<br />

a milestone for the dog conservation<br />

programme.<br />

PFBP dog handler Karin Bos<br />

and Nightshade, a three-and-ahalf-year-old<br />

border terrier, have<br />

been working on Kaitorete since<br />

December.<br />

“I really wasn’t sure she would<br />

be able to find them,” said Bos.<br />

“I was so, so happy.”<br />

Bos spends her days on the<br />

spit with Nightshade and Terry,<br />

a Welsh springer spaniel that<br />

specialises in detecting feral cats.<br />

Home to banded dotterel, oystercatchers,<br />

katipō spiders, as<br />

well as skinks and two species<br />

of flightless moth, Kaitorete is<br />

also populated with pests such<br />

as hedgehogs, mustelids, possums<br />

and feral cats.<br />

A lot of Nightshade and Terry’s<br />

pest detection work is done by<br />

smell, but when hedgehogs hibernate<br />

their metabolic rate lowers<br />

and they give off a very faint<br />

scent, making them much harder<br />

to find.<br />

In March, PFBP cleared<br />

hedgehogs from an entire section<br />

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of Kaitorete.<br />

This weekend, there will be a<br />

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will arrive at Bos’ property, where<br />

Terry and Nightshade also live.<br />

Bob is nearly two-years-old<br />

and is Nightshade’s son.<br />

“He will indicate on hedgehogs<br />

and on hedgehog poo,” Bos said.<br />

This will be an important role,<br />

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By detecting scat, Bob can let<br />

Bos know where the hedgehogs<br />

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• By Jaime Cunningham<br />

SUMNER WAVE will return<br />

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against Lincoln University on<br />

Saturday.<br />

The Wave will take on the<br />

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seven of the Metro premier<br />

competition, following the<br />

TARGET: Centre Ollie Lewis and flanker Mitch Cox<br />

prepare to stop Shirley’s maul towards the tryline.<br />

Left – Sumner wing Gabriel Casey attempts to pull away<br />

from a three-man tackle in the Wave’s hard-fought 51-40<br />

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Tsunami’s curtain-raiser game<br />

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day.<br />

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University of Canterbury 27,<br />

Marist Albion 26, Lincoln<br />

University 23, Linwood 20,<br />

Shirley 20, New Brighton<br />

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Old post office proud in its heyday<br />

ŌHINEHOU Lyttelton’s 1875<br />

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on the corner with Oxford<br />

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result of the February 22, 2011<br />

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status, as did its neighbours the<br />

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post-earthquakes). Happily, the<br />

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Zealand’s first – survived the<br />

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site, a small heritage island<br />

surrounded by stacks of timber<br />

awaiting loading for export.<br />

At the time of the arrival of the<br />

first ‘colonists’ in Lyttelton and<br />

prior to reclamation, the water’s<br />

edge was very close here; initially<br />

a modest ‘shanty’ served as the<br />

Canterbury Association’s store<br />

and accommodated customs and<br />

postal services.<br />

As early as 1858 the structure<br />

was being described as<br />

disgracefully shabby, but it took<br />

until the early 1870s for the<br />

Provincial Council to commit<br />

funds for a customs house, post<br />

and telegraph office, and town<br />

clock.<br />

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designed by William Clayton,<br />

a Tasmanian born and United<br />

Kingdom educated colonial<br />

architect, responsible for over<br />

180 government buildings<br />

in New Zealand, including<br />

Wellington’s old timber<br />

Government Buildings, and over<br />

80 post and telegraph offices<br />

around the country.<br />

His grand Italianate style<br />

incorporating Venetian and<br />

Gothic elements denoted the<br />

status of civic services, including<br />

the vital role of postmaster in the<br />

era before mass communication<br />

technologies.<br />

Foundations of cement topped<br />

by bluestone rubble walls were<br />

clad in warm-toned brick with<br />

reticulated white Portland<br />

cement dressings. Windows<br />

and portico were flanked by<br />

columns of the same material,<br />

with moulded bands and column<br />

caps of winding acanthus leaves<br />

highlighting those features.<br />

Inside, a fine kauri staircase<br />

swept to the upper floor, and<br />

mantelpieces glowed in the same<br />

varnished timber.<br />

Architecturally, Clayton’s<br />

Lyttelton building bore a strong<br />

resemblance to his later and<br />

much larger Christchurch<br />

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originally also functioned as<br />

Government buildings.<br />

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the completion of its Lyttelton<br />

cousin, it led to the first being<br />

regarded as something of a ‘trial<br />

run’ for the latter. The category<br />

1 historic place city building<br />

survived the earthquakes and<br />

has been carefully restored.<br />

In its heyday, Lyttelton’s<br />

Post Office was arguably its<br />

most important civic building,<br />

proudly flanking the main entry<br />

to the port when Norwich Quay<br />

was the bustling commercial<br />

heart of the town.<br />

Originally, it incorporated<br />

the Customs Department,<br />

post and telegraph functions,<br />

and <strong>Harbour</strong>master’s room,<br />

The stone archway across the entrance to the port.<br />

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with the pre-existing telegraph<br />

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the coronation of Edward VII<br />

in 1902 and the 1953 coronation<br />

celebrations, when an elaborate<br />

arch spanned Oxford St.<br />

In 1944, the distinctive<br />

6m clock and bell tower was<br />

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salmon pink exterior was built<br />

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London Sts, said building now<br />

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14 <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>24</strong> <strong>2023</strong><br />

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22 <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>24</strong> <strong>2023</strong><br />

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www.rwferrymead.co.nz/OPA30484<br />

NEW LISTING!<br />

Simon and Paula Standeven<br />

No.1 Sales Consultants<br />

2017 - 2022<br />

M. 0274 304 691<br />

E. thestandevens@raywhite.com<br />

Holy Toledo!<br />

2 Toledo Place, Mount Pleasant<br />

4 bedrooms, 2 living, 1 dining, 2 bathrooms, 2 car garaging<br />

Nestled in a sought-after location on the mid slopes of Mt Pleasant and offered<br />

for sale for the first time in 20 years, this four-bedroom, two-bathroom gem<br />

beckons families seeking a promising investment. Stunning views captivate the<br />

senses, and the spacious wraparound decking off the main living area connects<br />

to a sprawling fenced lawn, perfect for children and pets.<br />

Embrace the unique charm of the 1980s design, characterised by a beamed<br />

ceiling and exposed brick feature walls, and enjoy a touch of elegance with<br />

beautiful parquet floors in the wraparound kitchen that complement the<br />

timeless exterior blend of brick and timber.<br />

Discover an abundance of space within this home, featuring four bedrooms,<br />

two living, and a separate dining space. You’ll stay comfortable year-round with<br />

heat pumps in the main living area and three bedrooms plus double glazing<br />

throughout.<br />

Seize this exceptional opportunity to own a home in a remarkable location,<br />

brimming with untapped potential.<br />

Open Homes: Thursday 1:00pm - 1:30pm, Saturday & Sunday 3:00pm - 3:30pm<br />

Auction: Thursday 8 June from 11:00am, Level 2, 76 Hereford Street<br />

(Unless brought forward)<br />

www.rwferrymead.co.nz/OPA30481<br />

NEW LISTING!<br />

Simon and Paula Standeven<br />

No.1 Sales Consultants<br />

2017 - 2022<br />

M. 0274 304 691<br />

E. thestandevens@raywhite.com<br />

Ray White Ferrymead | rwferrymead.co.nz | 03 384 4179 | prier.manson@raywhite.com | Prier Manson Limited Licensed REAA 2008


Wednesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>24</strong> <strong>2023</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News 23<br />

COASTAL AUCTION<br />

SERIES<br />

NEW LISTING!<br />

Coastal Luxury and Unparalleled Views<br />

6 Whiterock Lane, Sumner<br />

4 bedrooms, 1 living, 1 dining, 2 bathrooms, 2 car garaging<br />

Nestled alongside a serene reserve with unobstructed views across Sumner<br />

Beach to the distant Kaikoura ranges and Pegasus <strong>Bay</strong>, this 2017-built property<br />

guarantees privacy and tranquillity. Offering four bedrooms and two bathrooms<br />

over an expansive approx 212m 2 , discover a haven for families and professional<br />

buyers seeking an extraordinary lifestyle.<br />

Thoughtful design and attention to detail combine with spacious open-plan living<br />

and dining to create an inviting atmosphere for relaxation and entertainment<br />

with easy access to the dual decks for sheltered alfresco living. Engineered timber<br />

flooring adds elegance, while the on-trend monochromatic kitchen steals the<br />

show; featuring ample storage and a butler’s pantry with dual sinks, this kitchen is<br />

a dream come true for the culinary enthusiast.<br />

Spanning an enormous approx 2214m 2 , the grounds are exceptional, with an<br />

entertaining zone that includes rare expansive flat lawn spaces and a conversation<br />

fire pit area that adds a touch of warmth, while the established planting frames<br />

the grounds.<br />

Contact us to arrange a viewing and experience the true essence of upscale<br />

coastal living.<br />

Open Homes: Saturday & Sunday 1:00pm - 1:30pm<br />

Auction: Coastal Auction Series Wednesday 14 June from 5:00pm<br />

(unless brought forward)<br />

www.rwferrymead.co.nz/OPA30482<br />

Simon and Paula Standeven<br />

No.1 Sales Consultants<br />

2017 - 2022<br />

M. 0274 304 691<br />

E. thestandevens@raywhite.com<br />

FINAL WEEK!<br />

Ultimate Beachfront Living<br />

3/46 Esplanade, Sumner<br />

2 bedrooms, 1 living, 1 bathroom, 2 car basement parking<br />

Indulge in intimate beachfront living with this exquisite two-bedroom, one-bathroom property<br />

that has been architecturally crafted by Warren and Mahoney. With a prime beachfront<br />

location, this is the perfect property for out-of-town buyers seeking a serene city escape or<br />

busy professionals looking for a stylish seaside escape.<br />

Elevated and enjoying beautiful views across the sweeping vistas of Sumner beach and the hills<br />

beyond, this first-floor apartment features two bedrooms with built-in storage and a generous<br />

open-plan living and dining area that stretches the full depth of the apartment and is perfect for<br />

entertaining guests or simply relaxing to the sound of waves crashing on the shore.<br />

Built 2015 - Single Level Sanctuary<br />

1/3 Sumnervale Drive, Sumner<br />

3 bedrooms, 1 living, 1 bathroom, 2 toilets, 2 car garaging<br />

Looking for practical living in the sought-after beach community of Sumner? Look no further.<br />

This 2015-built three-bedroom, one-bathroom home offers contemporary, easy, single-level<br />

living, perfect for downsizers, families, young professionals, and anyone seeking lifestyle living<br />

by the beach.<br />

Inside, the light-filled kitchen will delight home chefs with ample bench space and the flow<br />

through to the living and dining where easy access to the patio and spacious lawn through slider<br />

doors provides the alfresco living that is the hallmark of modern life. Combined with neutral<br />

decor throughout and a sense of privacy from the established planting, this is a convenient and<br />

gorgeous central living space that feels instantly relaxing.<br />

Simon and Paula Standeven<br />

No.1 Sales Consultants<br />

2017 - 2022<br />

M. 0274 304 691<br />

E. thestandevens@raywhite.com<br />

Open Homes: Wednesday & Sunday<br />

11:00am - 11:30am<br />

Deadline Sale: Closes Thursday 1 June at 4:00pm<br />

(unless brought forward)<br />

www.rwferrymead.co.nz/OPA30478<br />

Simon and Paula Standeven<br />

No.1 Sales Consultants<br />

2017 - 2022<br />

M. 0274 304 691<br />

E. thestandevens@raywhite.com<br />

Open Home: Sunday 12:00pm - 12:30pm<br />

Price: By Negotiation<br />

www.rwferrymead.co.nz/OPA30469<br />

Ray White Ferrymead | rwferrymead.co.nz | 03 384 4179 | prier.manson@raywhite.com | Prier Manson Limited Licensed REAA 2008


<strong>24</strong> <strong>Bay</strong> <strong>Harbour</strong> News Wednesday <strong>May</strong> <strong>24</strong> <strong>2023</strong><br />

PROUDLY<br />

SOLD<br />

BY RAY WHITE FERRYMEAD<br />

97B Mount Pleasant Road, Mount Pleasant<br />

72A Moncks Spur Road, Redcliffs<br />

35 Randolph Street, Woolston<br />

27 Walkers Road, Lyttelton<br />

8 Melleray Place, Redcliffs<br />

132A Richmond Hill Road, Sumner 9 Nicholls Street, Richmond 9A Nicholls Street, Richmond<br />

1/7 Brigid Place, Mount Pleasant<br />

26 Clydesdale Street, Woolston 22 Locarno Street, Opawa 1/37 Augusta Street, Redcliffs<br />

3 Flowers Track, Sumner 10 Gilmour Terrace, Lyttelton 30 James Street, Redcliffs 21B Taupata Street, Redcliffs<br />

1/18A Taupata Street, Redcliffs<br />

5 Celia Street, Redcliffs<br />

4A Ramahana Road, Huntsbury<br />

71 Pine Avenue, New Brighton<br />

Ray White Ferrymead<br />

Phone (03) 384 4179 | Email prier.manson@raywhite.com | rwferrymead.co.nz<br />

/RayWhiteFerrymead @raywhiteferrymead Prier Manson Ltd. (Licensed REAA 2008)

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