Lots to share and reminisce about
5.6 hectares and continues to grow, with an
expected 73 units once it is fully completed.
The opportunity exists to purchase a spacious section here, build a modern home and become part of a very supportive and active village community. Alternatively, the village has some brand new homes that are available for sale.
Morrinsville offers all the conveniences for day to day living - doctors, supermarkets, chemist, cafes, clothing stores, appliance stores and the Waikato Hospital is only a 20 minute drive.
The convenient location invites residents to go for a day’s outing to East or West coast
beaches, while Rotorua and Auckland are no more than a 11⁄ hour drive away.
Those wishing to remain active can enjoy a beautiful golf course, bowling green, heated
swimming pool, and hiking in the nearby Kaimai and Coromandel ranges. The leafy suburbs
surrounding the village also beckon for regular walks or leisurely strolls.
The freehold unit title enables the owner to benefit from capital gain if needing to sell, while
the low monthly village fee has remained stable for several years.
Visiting Tasman Village is worth the effort - it is spacious, has quality homes and an open
village complex with lovely gardens.
Awarm welcome awaits at Rawhiti Lodge Care in Matamata.
converted villa set in well maintained attractive gardens and grounds with easy access to the town centre Rawhiti Lodge offers care for up to 24 residents.
Rawhiti residents experience a homely atmosphere with home cooked meals prepared by our experienced cook from a seasonal menu approved by a registered dietitian.
Life is busy at Rawhiti with a range of activities organised by activities coordinator Sandy Orr. From Happy Hour to theatre outings, visiting entertainment groups and gardening as just a taste of what’s on offer.
Rawhiti has a philosophy of encouraging residents to maintain close and continuing contact with plants, animals and children. Many of its residents are from farming backgrounds and enjoy continuing contact with animals, so at Rawhiti they have two cats, a small bird aviary and encourage relatives to bring in family pets.
Residents also have the opportunity to get their hands dirty with a little gardening into pots on the decked area.
You will be cared for by a team of trained care workers and experienced registered nurse Felicity Noble, who assesses residents for individualised plans of care using the InterRAI electronic assessment tool. The team is led by Hazel Lamberth, who is a registered nurse with more than 20 years nursing older people.