TITLE

ELLERSLIE

AUTHOR(S)
Mandow, Nikki
PUB. DATE
February 2006
SOURCE
Metro (NZ);Feb2006, Issue 296, p72
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents the author's opinions regarding Ellerslie, a suburb in Auckland, New Zealand. In the past few years, Ellerslie property prices have increased, but are still substantially cheaper than neighboring suburbs such as Herne Bay or Ponsonby. There are a few three-bedroom houses that are available for around 400,000 dollars. A modern four-bedroom home might cost 600,000 dollars. The suburb is on Auckland City's strategic growth area list and efforts are being made to bring several thousand more people into the area without ruining it. INSET: Untitled.
ACCESSION #
19677520

 

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