<b><big>HEART OF CHATSWORTH</big></b>
<b><big>HEART OF CHATSWORTH</big></b>
Situated in lower Chatsworth road is a home with real heart and the potential to see you through the years ahead and the different seasons of life. Experience the luxury of a flat 1042m2 tree lined section offering sun, privacy, and, tranquility interspersed with the sounds of local bird life and set amongst other quality homes CV 550,000
<big>Need More Room?</big></b>
Architectural plans have already been drawn up to increase floor area and utilise the indoor outdoor flow - available on request.
Teach your children to swim or cool down in the summer, but whatever your personal goals, this pool is brand new and incorporates the best and latest technology including ozone purification and heat transfer heating.
Ozone is a no chemicals water purification system that gives really clear, soft water with no chlorine type after affects.
For further information please visit http://www.novozone.co.nz/
Discover the vibrant local village atmosphere of Upper Hutt's premier family location. You will find sunny, elevated sections, and quality homes abounding in lush native bush and quality gardens. Fantastic access to services with shops transport schools and motorway just minutes away. Excellent schooling (including the long-established St Patrick's College), lots of great walks, restaurants, cafes all within easy reach of Lower Hutt and Wellington City.
You even have your very own weather site go to http://homepages.paradise.net.nz/lfduflou/Silverstreamweather.htm
<b><big>SILVERSTREAM SCHOOL ZONING</big></b>
St Patrick's College (Silverstream) - St Patrick's College is regarded as New Zealand's premier Catholic boys' boarding school. It is surrounded by seven hectares of beautiful grounds and was founded by the Marist Fathers in 1931
St Brendan's School (Heretaunga)
Hutt International Boys School
Upper Hutt College
(For more information go to http://www.schoolzones.co.nz/enrolmentzones/Search.aspx)
<b><big>UPPER HUTT CITY "NOTHING HIGHER NOR MORE BEAUTIFUL"</big></b>
Upper Hutt is a city of 36,660 just 25 minutes' drive or a 40-minute scenic train ride north from Wellington, the capital city of New Zealand. The city derives its name from an English Member of Parliament, Sir William Hutt, who was a director of the New Zealand Company (formed in the late 1830s) that organised the settlement of the Wellington and Hutt Valley areas beginning with the arrival of the first immigrant ships from1840.
The southern boundary is Silverstream and the northern boundary the top of the Rimutaka Hill, covering an area of 53,962 hectares and making Upper Hutt the
second-largest city council by area in New Zealand.
Nestled by the Hutt River - unique in the world for its pristine condition and trout fishing grounds despite flowing through two cities - Upper Hutt is set amongst bush-clad hills with easy access to recreational pursuits ranging from quiet native forest and riverside walks and fishing to hunting, tramping and mountain biking.
It is the home of the internationally recognised Royal Wellington Golf Club at Heretaunga and the Wellington Racing Club at Trentham. The Karapoti mountain-biking event and an annual road cycling race also attract competitors from around the world.The city is renowned for its many parks, recreation areas like the prize-winning Maidstone Max and H2O Xtream and rural attractions which range from both native and exotic birds and animals to public gardens, art and heritage areas.
For more information go to http://www.upperhuttcity.com
<b><big>Property Summary Report</big></b>
Rating Valuations: $550,000
Land Value: $390,000
Improvements Value: $160,000
Valuation Date: 01-Aug-2007
Last Sale Date: 01-Dec-1995
Legal Description: LOT 2 D P 14897
Tenure: Not Leased (Owner is Occupier)
Floor Area: 119 mÂ²
Land Area: 1042 mÂ²
Building Age: 1950 - 1959
Category: Residential, Dwelling, average (RD)
Wall Material: Brick
Roof Material: Tile
Parking Freestanding: 3 car
Land Use: Single Unit (other than bach)