Lots to share and rem­i­nisce about

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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.

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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.

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