For Buying or Selling Nelson Property

Final Call!

Since last week our team of four have sold Lot 12, Otium Valley in Nelson‘s Atawhai, Apartment 8 at the Ocean Lodge development in Tahunanui, and 239 Rutherford Street, Nelson.

This weekend sees the final open home for the flats at 48 Fergusson Street, Stoke, Nelson. For the last 47 years this property has had only two owners, and when you look further you‘ll see why.

Tidy, tenant-friendly, and all on one freehold title, these represent a great investment. Our last open home is this Sunday, there will also be a viewing opportunity on Monday the 27th, and then it‘s auction day on Wednesday the 1st March.

The Ocean Lodge apartments are selling so fast that the early bird discount is about to disappear. Please contact me urgently if you are interested in these and we can get information to you promptly.

March??!!?? My goodness how fast the year is going.

We have a stack of buyers who missed out on 239 Rutherford Street - if you live within Nelson and have a family home you are thinking of selling this year, please contact me as soon as possible as I may be able to save you a lot of open homes and advertising. I bet we have your buyers already.

Have a great week and keep the sunscreen handy.

About Nelson

Nelson is internationally renowned for its unsurpassed natural beauty‚ its pleasant Mediterranean-style climate - sheltered from cold southerly weather, varied recreational activities and diverse cultural opportunities. Taken together‚ these provide a quality of life in Nelson unexcelled by any area of its size in the world.

It is less expensive to live in Nelson than in most metropolitan areas in New Zealand, and the proportion of families who live in their own home and of adults with tertiary qualifications is higher than the national average (2006 NZ Census).

Hailed as one of New Zealand’s most ‘liveable’ cities by Lonely Planet, Nelson is a bright, optimistic, worldly town, arranged around a flat grid on Tasman Bay. Nelson’s streets are dotted with beautiful Victorian houses, with a selection of Buddhist centres, naturopaths, yoga studios and galleries. Artsy wanderers mooch between cafés and coffee-carts, ducking into the Bridge St bars or poetry readings in bookshops. Beyond the urban fringe the coast and hills offer a plethora of activities, both relaxed and adrenalin-charged.

The Nelson region, extending west into the Tasman region, is a top destination for travellers to New Zealand – and for locals too. With more sunny days than anywhere else in the country, brilliant beaches and superb national parks (Kahurangi, Nelson Lakes and Abel Tasman) there’s plenty here to keep you occupied (or to lull you into sun-soaked sedation). The region is also home to a progressive, offbeat community of artists and winemakers.

It is the people that make Nelson the appealing city it really is. Family values and a strong sense of local community underpin day-to-day life in the region. We value our history and tradition, but we also welcome newcomers and the rich diversity they bring to our lives.

I am a relative newcomer myself, having lived most of my years in the North Island. However I am also convinced that Nelson is the best city in New Zealand for the ideal quality of life.

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