Nov 12 2018 Axis Series
Kerepeti is pleased to announce the launch of the final ballot of Axis series homes. The ballot consists of 14 one bed one bath one carpark homes priced at $450,000 and $500,000.
13 of these homes are “walk ups” on the Kerewhenua development which is adjacent to Hobsonville Point primary school. Walk ups are three level blocks with two apartments per floor and a central staircase. These homes are currently under construction and due for completion by September 2019.
The remaining home is a one bed one bath ground floor apartment on the Uku development located on the corner of Hobsonville Point Road and Squadron Drive. This apartment building is nearing completion and will be ready for occupation in the first quarter of 2019.
For full details of each property, including site and floor plans, specifications and Body Corporate and Laneway Society information please refer to the Axis page on the Kerepeti website www.kerepeti.co.nz.
In the ballot purchasers can choose one of the following options
Option one - $450,000
Kerewhenua level 1 and 2 walk ups (9 x 1 bed 1 bath 1 car park)
Option two - $500,000
Kerewhenua Ground Floor Walk ups (4 x 1 bed + 1 bath + 1 carpark)
Option three - $500,000
Uku Ground Floor Apartments (1 x 1 bed + 1 bath + 1 car park)Ballot closes: 5pm Thursday 29th November 2018
Ballot drawn: Friday 30th November 2018
For further information contact Axis Series at Kerepeti sales manager Catherine Lister 021 430 35, email@example.com.
Please visit www.axisseries.co.nz/how-to-buy/ for more information on the purchasing criteria and how to enter a ballot.
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