44a Tay Street Mt Maunganui

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Blue Chip Marine Parade

44a Tay Street Mt Maunganui

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First time on the market in 35 years. This prominent property situated on the corner of Marine Parade and Tay Street has the most amazing sea views with the living upstairs, comprising kitchen, dining, lounge and conservatory plus two bedrooms and bathroom. This 220m² home on a 346m² section has it all. While downstairs is a fully self-contained area for your visitors or family. Private outdoor entertaining area and extra parking for the boat or caravan. Having been in one family since new now is your opportunity to own this property, with unlimited potential and in prime location. No one ever regretted buying location.

FEATURES

Close to schools

Close to Transport

Coastal

Courtyard

Decking

Dishwasher

Family Room

Heat Pump

Outdoor Living

Remote Control Garaging

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Locality Guide - Mt Maunganui

Location Description

A coastal strip with one of New Zealand's kindest climates, where an abundance of sunshine can only enhance the lifestyle of all who occupy it.

Mt Maunganui is New Zealand's premier beach destination. Located in Western Bay of Plenty, this town is situated approximately 200km south from Auckland, 86kms north of Rotorua and 107km east from Hamilton. The Mt Maunganui landscape is dominated by 'Mauao' (The Mount) which is an extinct volcano sited at the northern end of a sandy peninsula popularly known as the 'Mount'. On one side of this narrow peninsula is the harbour of Tauranga and the other side of this peninsula is bordered by the surf beaches for which the area is famous. The 'Mount' is one of New Zealand's most popular summer holiday destinations and fast getting a reputation as a great 'weekend' place.

Tauranga's Economy
The Bay of Plenty region currently comprises about 6% of the New Zealand economy and the Tauranga District comprises about 40% of the Bay of Plenty regional economy. The Tauranga District contains 2.7% of all the businesses in New Zealand. A total of 8,943 businesses were located within the district in 2003. The principal industry within the Tauranga District was the property and business services industry, which accounted for 29% of all businesses within the district. The next most significant industry is the construction industry.

Port of Tauranga
The Port of Tauranga is New Zealand's largest export port and third largest importing port (behind Whangarei and Auckland). In the 2002-2003 financial year the Port of Tauranga's total cargo volumes rose 6.3% to 12,100,873 tonnes. Forestry, kiwifruit, dairy and steel exports account for about 70% of the annual cargo through the Port if Tauranga. The majority of exported cargo is sent to Japan, South Korea, South East Asia, Australia and the Pacific Islands. Imports are also an important and expanding sector of the Port's business. These include petroleum, fertilizer, dry bulk and a range of other products. Imports of containerized cargo have grown rapidly over the past 15 years.

For details on Tauranga, see the Tauranga District Council website http://www.tauranga-dc.govt.nz Or looking for local businesses, tourist information and useful services visit http://www.tauranga.co.nz

Visitors Centre

Mount Maunganui
Salisbury Avenue
Mt Maunganui
Phone: (07) 575 5099
Fax: (07) 577 6235
Email: trgvin@tauranga.govt.nz

Attractions

As the region's gateway to the Pacific Coast Highway, Mt Maunganui is within easy reach of various action-packed adventures, including white water rafting, four-wheel drive safaris, jet boating, paragliding, skydiving and swimming with dolphins.

For those looking for less daring outdoor activities, the region has picturesque scenic walks, parks and reserves, including the 1.5km base track around Mount Maunganui (Mauao). Animal parks, golf courses and the vintage car museum are also common destinations for visitors. In its prime position, bordering on the Pacific Ocean, Mt Maunganui's main draw card has always been water sports and beach activities. Surfers, windsurfers, sailors and anglers often occupy the ocean.

But people who were once lured solely by sun, sand and surf are now finding other reasons to make return visits. Restaurants, street side cafes, shopping precincts, malls and town centres all mirror those found in larger metropolitan centres. Mt Maunganui is where to relax, shop, eat, entertain or be entertained. In this region of superior climate and seemingly endless pursuits there are some truly great experiences in the civilised side of life.

For a spot of retail therapy there's plenty of places to go, Phoenix Shopping Centre situated in downtown Mount Maunganui, Bayfair Centre situated in downtown Mount Maunganui, Bayfair Shopping Centre 5km from downtown Mt Maunganui and is New Zealand's 5th largest shopping mall, to Palm Beach Plaza in Papamoa.

Facilities

  • Children's Adventure Playground
    (07) 572 1882

  • The Gallery
    (07) 5747726

  • Cinema 4
    (07) 577 0900

Transport

For public transport between shopping centres and Tauranga phone:

  • Hopper Bus Service
    (0800) 422 9287

  • Mt Maunganui Taxis Ltd
    (07) 574 7555

Community

  • The local Community library
    Mt Maunganui Library
    (07) 575 4527

  • There is one main hospital, which is situated in Tauranga
    Tauranga Hospital
    Cameron Road, Tauranga
    (07) 579 8000

  • After hours medical centre is also in Tauranga
    Promed House
    Tenth Avenue and Edgecumbe Road, Tauranga
    (07) 578 8111

RETIREMENT VILLAGES

Mt Maunganui has recently become a popular place to retire to with new retirement villages being built.

  • Oceanshores
    80 Maranui Street
    (07) 575 7120

  • Bayswater
    60 Maranui Street
    (07) 575 5040

  • Somervale
    33 Gloucester Road
    (07) 572 9020

Pre-Schools

The early childhood facilities in Mt Maunganui include:

  • Topkidz Early Learning and Childcare Centres
    Macdonald Street
    (07) 575 2657

  • Bayfair Childcare Centre
    Farm Street
    (07) 575 9045

  • Tender Age Child Care
    492 Maunganui Road
    (07) 575 5553

Primary Schools

The primary schools in Mt Maunganui are:

  • Arataki Primary School
    Kaimanawa Street
    (07)575 3497

  • Mt Maunganui Primary School
    Orkney Road
    (07) 575 3960

  • Omanu Primary School
    Tui Street
    (07) 575 0585

Secondary Schools

The secondary school in Mt Maunganui is:

  • Mt Maunganui College
    (07) 575 3096

Tertiary Schools

Tertiary Schools are:

  • Bay of Plenty Polytechnic
    (07) 544 0920

  • Tauranga University College
    (07) 577 0620

Sport

  • The Mount Action Centre
    (07) 574 9862

  • Mount Maunganui Hot Salt Water Pools
    (07) 575 0868

  • Snappers Golf Range & Mini Putt
    (07) 574 7252

  • Bowls Cosmopolitan
    (07) 575 6560

  • Harbourside Netball Association
    (07) 575 9917

  • Mount Sports Club
    (07) 575 4941

  • Mt Maunganui Junior AFC
    (07) 575 7059

  • Mt Maunganui Amateur Athletic Club
    (07) 575 3692

  • Mt Maunganui Badminton Club
    (07) 574 2477

  • Mt Maunganui Bowling Club
    (07) 575 3838

  • Mt Maunganui Cricket Club
    (07) 575 0890

  • Mt Maunganui Golf Club
    (07) 575 3889

  • Omanu Golf Club
    (07)575 5957

  • Mt Maunganui Tennis Club
    (07) 575 4292

  • Mt Maunganui Womens Bowling Club
    (07) 575 3737

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