Thinking of relocating your family to enable them to have the ultimate kiwi lifestyle? The lifestyle you might have had when you were a kid growing up in an older version of New Zealand.
Where all the kids played in the street and hung out at each other’s houses. When you knew the families of your friends and you all car pooled to sporting events out of town. When you could ride your bike or walk to school safely and know that other members in the community were on the lookout for you. When it was easy to get an after school job because the dairy you’d been visiting since you were 6 now knew the type of teenager you’d turned into at 16.
The one where all your friend’s families owned their own homes.
Today, this childhood you may have had can still be the one your own children can experience. It’s called “living the kiwi dream”. Now this is a reality not a dream, with sections priced from just $140,000 at Ngatea Northern Estate.
LIVE YOUR KIWI DREAM IN NGATEA
You’ll want to know what the schools are like, and with pre-school, primary and secondary schools all located within walking distance of each other, its pretty simple to see. The primary school has a modern learning environment using Chrome Book and Google Docs.
The secondary school has amazing facilities including a music recording studio, an extensive ICT programme and extensive “opportunities beyond the classroom” and “Learning for the real world” programmes.
You’ll not be sacrificing any opportunities for your children’s sport. Ngatea boasts the only competition Astroturf hockey facility in the greater Thames Valley area. It is also extremely proud of its rowing club, coached by ex-New Zealand Rower and medallist Campbell Clayton-Greene.
Mum and Dad are well catered to with great coffee and eateries, and plenty to do in the community with sports or service clubs.
Choose a life you always dreamed of for your family. Live the kiwi dream in Ngatea.
Recreation is on your door step with the Hauraki Gulf and Piako River. There are opportunities for fishing and water sports, or learning about the great migration of the Godwit at the Shorebird centre at Miranda, followed by a dip in the mineral pools.
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