16 February 2017
547 sq m
Waipatiki Beach - Just north of Napier is one of Hawke's Bays very best coastal communities. Golden sand, native bush, relaxed lifestyle, sheer bliss. This 547 sq m section is situated alongside the beach road, adjacent to the Waipatiki stream, opposite the 'pushme-pullyou'. It enjoys great all day sun, and plantings are well underway providing privacy and shelter. Architects concept plans for a simple beach home have been completed, and available for consideration. Power, water and an Innoflow wastewater system are supplied and on site. See www.innoflowtechnologies.com If diving for paua or lifting the crayfish pots is a priority, direct access to the beach road for your boat and quad bike from this section is a plus. This section is in the recently completed subdivision, a good mix of kiwi baches and permanent homes are established. Call or text me (Fraser 0274 409514) to show you round, I am living at Waipatiki over the holiday period. Waipatiki means "water and flounder" and was so called because it was once an estuarine valley. The decent to the valley brings you to the Waipatiki Scenic Reserve, 64 hectares of coastal bush. Nikau palms scatter the lower flat while Matai and a variety of larger native trees cover the hillside. As you wander through the community, a cacophony of birdsong is overhead - Tuis, Bellbirds, and Kereru are plentiful. Waipatiki Beach is close enough to the real world, an easy 20 minute drive for supplies in Bay View, and only a further 10 minutes to Napier central, but far enough away to leave your worries behind. Turn off your phone, life's a beach. ...
547 sq m
Executive Director Central Region