Celebrating breaking free from lockdown - Bay of Plenty's special evening open home
To celebrate Auckland breaking free from lockdown a Bay of Plenty real estate professional is putting on a special evening open home celebration on the day Aucklanders can freely travel outside their own region.
Having put in the effort to keep the rest of the country safe and Covid free, Aucklanders now able to venture out of the city and motivated to sample a change of lifestyle are invited to the celebratory avocado orchard open day, featuring champagne with local guacamole and crackers, on Wednesday 15 December at 7 pm.
Andrew Fowler of PGG Wrightson Real Estate, Tauranga has listed the property, at 313 Youngson Road, Whakamārama, 25 kilometres west of Tauranga for sale. He wants to sincerely thank Aucklanders for the sacrifices they have made to keep the rest of the country safe from Covid, and welcome anyone wanting to make the move to the Bay of Plenty.
“New Zealand has done amazingly well combining one of the world’s lowest infection rates with close to the highest vaccination rates. We are nearly there! Lockdown we know is stressful and Auckland is bearing the brunt of it. This property will provide a wonderful antidote.
“It has space, panoramic sea and island views, several solid income streams, and wonderful prospects for anyone looking to live a happy healthy life,” Andrew says.
Avocado groves on the 2.5343 hectare Omokoroa property include 79 mature Hass and 67 young trees, plus abundant citrus and feijoa groves, vege gardens, glasshouse crops, fresh eggs and pasture to accommodate a pony or a few beefies. A tenanted two bedroom cottage complements the stylish, solid, elevated three bedroom and office 1970s home.
Unless sold prior, 313 Youngson Road will go to auction at 1pm on Saturday 18 December. Andrew Fowler said all attending the auction must be double vaxxed, although anyone who has not been is welcome to place bids by phone.