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ELMWOOD LIFESTYLE CARE & VILLAGE:
131 Hill Road, Manurewa 2105
PH (09) 269 0750
23 brand new retirement villas
located in one of Auckland's most
established and popular villages.
CALL TODAY FOR AN INFO PACK: Helen Kingi, Sales and Village Manager
Phone: (09) 268 5689 | Mobile: (021) 278 0026 | Email: email@example.com
Choosing to move to a retirement village can be a difficult decision. However with the quality
of lifestyle, companionship and care available at Elmwood Village, you can feel reassured.
We offer a wonderful range of facilities and activities on site, our staff are highly trained,
caring and friendly people, and we enjoy a superb location, just 5 minutes off the Southern
Motorway, across the road from the Auckland Botanical Gardens.
All senior living options are provided for here at Elmwood (from independent and assisted
living through to rest home and 24-hour hospital care) and residents receive priority entry
should health needs change.
AVAILABLE FOR $280,000*
AVAILABLE FROM $360,000*
These new homes are set among
lovely landscaped grounds, finished
to a high standard.
Interior features include light and
spacious open plan living, ensuited
master bedroom with walk-through
wardrobe, single car garage with
built-in laundry and quality chattels
and fittings throughout. Due for
completion late May 2011.
23 NEW VILLAS
* Ongoing service fees apply.
Villa sales drawings have been produced prior to completion of construction and are
indicative only. Oceania reserve the right to change or alter the building for construction
or statutor y authority requirements.
Visit our new showroom:
13 Massey Ave, Pukekohe | Open: Mon to Fri 9am - 5pm
Sat 10am - 3pm and Sun by appointment
Phone 09 238 9590 - Pukekohe
09 296 1428 - Papakura
Mur ray and Debbie believe in offering a quality,
personalised ser vice that will allow their clients
to express their own tastes and individuality,
regardless of their budget.
Signature Homes Papakura/Franklin is also par t
of a network of builders that was established way
back in 1983 -- now one of the most experienced
residential housing companies in New Zealand.
The company cur rently leads the market by
providing what are without question the most
extensive building guarantees available in the
countr y -- The Signature Homes Comprehensive
Owners Murray and Debbie Garland have
been building award-winning homes in
the Papakura/Franklin area for 20 years.
Your Home. Your Way.
Whether you are building your home on a modest
budget, or you are planning something more ambitious.
Four Bedrooms - 200m2
To receive a free brochure featuring
the stylish, affordable homes in this
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Four double bedrooms
Central kitchen linking the family
room to the living/dining area
Ensuite and walk-in wardrobes
for the master bedroom
Separate bathroom and WC
Separate shower and bath in
Double garage with internal access
Pink treats: Rinku Sinha and Tracey Cullanane from
Harveys Real Estate Papakura run the baked goods table.
for a cause
By HINERANGI VAIMOSO
The sky was blue, the
outfits were bright and
the tables were packed
with pink treats.
The team at Harveys
Real Estate Papakura
chose the perfect day to
hold their first-ever
annual Breast Cancer
with sweet and savoury
treats to draw in the
crowd and donations.
Harvey s Papakura
director Darren Brady
says the rush came at
7am when the team
opened up shop on the
corner of Great South Rd
and Wellington St.
We ve had people
from local businesses
which has been good.
We ve had people stop in
on their way to work, a
couple of truckies and
even a couple of police-
man stop off, he says.
The team from
McEntee Hire got in on
the cause donating the
use of a marquee and
Mr Brady says the
most overwhelming ges-
ture was from the num-
ber of people who volun-
tarily baked pink treats
to sell off for the cause.
The table was packed
with biscuits, slices,
cakes, lamingtons, choc-
olates and even pink
Mr Brady says the
team wanted to get
behind the Breast Can-
cer Foundation cause in
celebration of Breast
month and in support of
his sister-in-law who is
battling the disease too.
The team managed to
raise almost $700 for the
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