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n the hill
lounge. Almost conser vatory-
like (but with a proper roof to
keep the heat in), it offers an
amazing quality of light and
about as good indoor-outdoor
flow as you can get.
The approach to this
Welshmans Road property and
its 1.45ha block is via a private
driveway. The front door leads
straight into the open plan living
area, with a modern kitchen and
striking green cabinets. A large
island bench will seat most of
A Yunca heats the room which,
as it extends towards the sea in
the far distance, changes — the
floor becomes concrete and the
ceiling height rises, elevating the
room to something exceptional.
To the rear is a second living
room, playroom and rumpus —
the choice is yours. Down the
corridor to four bedrooms, with
lots of in-built storage.
Largely built to face the sea
and sun, the light streams inside.
The master features a generous-
sized walk-in wardrobe and
en suite bathroom.
The family bathroom has the
ultimate luxury — a shower
with two heads and a clawfoot
bath. A heat transfer system also
takes heat into the bedroom-
The laundry has more storage
than you could need, and gives
access into the garden. A triple
garage with electric door opener
is attached to the house.
But this house offers so much
more. Nearby is a new triple bay
shed, and the possibilities are
endless. Let ’s just say you don’t
need to worry about the size of
the water tank.
This house is but two years old,
and even retains a bit of that
‘ne w house’ smell. The carpets
look as though they have just
Although grassed, the yard
is a blank canvas which would
appeal to someone keen to create
Spacious, sun-drenched, and
23 Welshmans Road,
Agent: Julie Coll
Ph 768 7145 or 027 696 0774
The modern kitchen has a large bench capable of seating the
The living area is heated by the sun, and a Yunca fire.
PICTURES: Laura Mills
The home at 23 Welshmans Road, Rutherglen.
The bathroom boasts a luxurious clawfoot bath.
IAG New Zealand Limited (IAG), AMI Insurance Limited (AMI) and Lumley
General Insurance (N.Z.) Limited (Lumley) wish to give notice to their
customers, and customers whose insurance they underwrite through other
institutions (ASB, BNZ, the Cooperative Bank and Westpac) (together, the
Customers), that they are seeking approval from the Reser ve Bank of
New Zealand to transfer the businesses of AMI and Lumley (including
Customer insurance policies underwritten by AMI and Lumley) to IAG.
IAG, AMI and Lumley are all par t of the same group, ultimately owned by
Insurance Australia Group Limited (IAG Group). The proposed transfers
are part of an internal reorganisation by IAG Group to reduce the number
of licensed insurers it owns in New Zealand from three (IAG, AMI and
Lumley) to one (being IAG).
Under this proposal, all AMI and Lumley Customers will become IAG
Customers, which means IAG will become the insurer under their
insurance policies shortly after receipt of RBNZ approval (anticipated late
2015). Accordingly, if the transfer proceeds, IAG would assume the same
obligations that AMI and Lumley have under their existing policies.*
The AMI and Lumley insurance brands will continue to operate as distinct
brands within IAG’s businesses in New Zealand.
The proposed transfer is subject to the consent of the Reser ve Bank of
DEAR VALUED CUSTOMERS
Customers are invited to provide feedback to us on the
proposed transfer. Feedback should be directed to
firstname.lastname@example.org or you can write to: The Company
Secretar y, IAG, Private Bag 92130, Auckland 1142 or
call 0800 424 586.
Feedback is required by 24 August 2015.
A summar y of all feedback will be provided to the Reserve
Bank of New Zealand for review as part of its consideration
of the proposed transfer.
Further information is available at www.iag.co.nz
* The proposed transfer does not affect any insurance
claims for which Southern Response is responsible.
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