Panoramic views from Athenree across to Matakana Island and right round to the Mount are yours to enjoy every day.
20 mins drive to Waihi Beach, this stunning location with ever-changing views will replenish your soul. Start your new life here.... fishing & kayaking every day. Forget work.... time to relax. Bring your motorhome and pup tents.
Two bedrooms (the master is huge). A generous third bedroom facing the harbour has been opened up and is now an expanded living/home office area... so versatile! Two toilets (modern bathroom with toilet PLUS separate guest toilet). Second shower outside in the carport with hot & cold water.... great for the grandies when they come back from a swim. Enjoy the convenience of gas hot water! Easy access, no winding roads, sealed road all the way, Ongare Point lies just off SH2 between Waihi Beach and Katikati. One of only 12 residential properties (mainly baches) on the harbourfront at Ongare Point just north of Katikati, this beautifully presented cottage occupies a highly coveted position at the northern end of the esplanade. Ongare Point is a secret haven in the Bay of Plenty, an idyllic coastal retreat with about 65 families, mainly permanent. Double glazed (except for kitchen window & three sliders opening out to deck). On the back lawn you will find Golden Delicious apple, avocado, Hawera (red) plum, Sweet Naval orange, lemon, dwarf peach, dwarf apricot & dwarf nectarine. Town water. Reticulated sewage. Extend the existing dwelling or add a minor dwelling, subject to Council consent. Fibre is now in the street and power is underground.
Make it yours! Ph Renee now +64 274 768 768
Address26 Esplanade Road, Ongare Point, Katikati, Bay Of Plenty
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