The man at Gulf Harbour’s Fairway Bay buyers should see
Ray White Orewa’s Nathan Gibbs – the man at Gulf Harbour’s Fairway Bay perspective buyers should deal with
RAY WHITE Orewa real estate agent Nathan Gibbs is the go-to salesperson for anyone looking to buy a house at the new and picturesque Fairway Bay subdivision at Gulf Harbour on the Whangaparaoa Peninsula.
That’s because Mr Gibbs knows all that there is to know about Fairway Bay and the Gulf Harbour region, is easy to contact and readily available to show people around the development.
“I’m a proactive person who knows about the local area and can organise anything within the development,” he says.
“If they want to know anything about the development, they can contact myself directly, visit us on-site any day they want or come to the Sunday market [at Hobbs Wharf] and give us their details and we can give them very extensive information about Fairway Bay.”
Nathan Gibbs of Ray White Orewa has 79 sections for sale at Fairway Bay.
Those vary between 559sq m and 1033sq m. All have access to the unitary swimming pool, tennis court and barbeque area.
“Nine serious perspective buyers” expressed an interest when he showed them around Fairway Bay during the Christmas/New Year period.
A lot of the people who have come up and had a look at Fairway Bay have been from Torbay.
“There is very big interest in Fairway Bay,” says Mr Gibbs.
Fairway Bay boarders the Gulf Harbour Country Club and Gulf Harbour Marina and will see up to 1000 houses built within the next five years.
It promises to be a safe community and provide a range of diverse activities for residents.
Those who move to Fairway Bay at Gulf Harbour will be able to fish and sail in the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park or visit other nearby attractions such as Shakespear Regional Park, Orewa Beach, Kawau Island and Waiwera Thermal Resort.
Residents will also have on their doorstep a golf course which has been designed by renowned American golf architect Robert Trent Jones, Jr.
The best part is Fairway Bay is just a 50-minute ferry ride from the heart of Auckland city.
Houses at Fairway Bay will be priced from $595,000 to $850,000.
Nathan Gibbs is targeting buyers from New Zealand and overseas who want to spend between $700,000 and $800,000 on a new property and feel like trading the hustle and bustle of a big urban area for a more relaxed lifestyle.
He adds that he hopes to sell the next five houses he has for sale at Fairway Bay by February.
Anyone who purchases one of those properties only needs to put down a 10 percent deposit and will not have to pay any additional money until the abode has been signed off by the Auckland City Council.
If you are thinking about buying a house at Gulf Harbour’s Fairway Bay subdivision, then you should register your details (name, phone number and email address) with Nathan Gibbs of Ray White Orewa.
He will be at the Hobbs Wharf Market next Sunday and will shout any perspective Fairway Bay buyer a free coffee.