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Get transported tomorrow to Raglan open home in a Sealegs

Get transported tomorrow to Raglan open home in a Sealegs

The Waikato costal settlement of Raglan is hosting an open home with a difference this Sunday. Interested people will get a free ride in a Sealegs amphibious marine craft worth over $100,000.

What’s more the Sealegs will be gifted to the lucky person who buys the large home and property overlooking the Raglan harbour which is for sale at $1.1 million.

People attending the open home on Sunday 12 April from 11am to 2pm can catch the Sealegs from the Raglan town centre which will run a regular ferry service across the harbour during that time. For anyone flying in from out of town, Sealegs will also pick them up from the airport to be arranged by local Century 21 agent George Barton.

Geoff Barnett, National Manager of Century 21 New Zealand, says throwing in the Sealegs as part of the sales package makes sense as it dramatically improves access and appeal of the property. Alternative road access takes about an hour.

Marketed by Century 21 agent George Barton, the large and relatively new three bedroom two storey home sits among six acres of bush and overlooks the Raglan township and harbour. It boasts its own private deep water anchorage.

The 604 Te Akau Wharf Road property at Raglan comes with a CV of $960,000, with a standard package for a brand new Sealegs 6.1R worth over $100,000 on top of that. The total cost is being marketed at $1.1m.

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