They built them well in the 1960's, solid as anything and these houses were sited on the section for the sun. This particular home has got the positioning just right, with sun in the right places at the right time of the day, and the bulk of the section sitting at the rear of the home.
The section is very well fenced, with off street parking and plenty of room to add a single or double garage for added value. The property is centrally located, with several primary schools, a college and town services in proximity.
Wairoa is getting lots of investor attention at the moment, touted to be a small town to watch, with rising rents, increasing property values and a steady influx of out of town buyers relocating to the area. Geographically, the district boasts the pristine fresh waters of Lake Waikaremoana, and the spectacular Mahia Peninsula, home to Launch Complex 1, the world's only private orbital launch range.
The news of potential industrial and commercial ventures suggest that there will be increased employment in the area, which correlates to increased demand for accommodation.
The demand for rental homes in Wairoa is high and you will have no shortage of people who are keen to rent the property. Rental appraisal of $250 per week based on median of bonds lodged in Wairoa for three bedroom homes (tenancy.govt.nz)
District Council Rates are $1,869.80 and Regional Rates are $160.63 for the 2018/2019 year.