My name is Anna Nankivell and I’m happy to introduce myself as the new Sales Manager for Summerset Waikanae.
I may be a familiar face to some of you, having been part of the Summerset Kenepuru team for the last few months. But I jumped at the opportunity to be a part of this exciting new village and can’t wait to get started and say hello!
Village launching soon
Construction is well under way and the first homes will be ready soon. Homes will be selling off plans from Thursday 1 June.
There’s still a lot to do, but if all goes to plan, we’re hoping to be welcoming our first residents late 2023.
What’s planned for Summerset Waikanae
Once complete, Summerset Waikanae will offer over 290 homes, including a mix of two and three-bedroom villas, cottages, one-bedroom serviced apartments, and a world-class care centre including state-of-the art memory care for those living with dementia.
Recreational facilities will include an indoor pool and spa, café and bar, recreational bowling green, multiple lounges, exercise room, library, hobbies room, vegetable garden, and an outdoor BBQ area.
In the meantime, if you have any questions or would like to visit another Summerset village to get a taste of the Summerset life that our residents love so much, give me a bell on 04 293 0002 as I’d love to show you around.
No thanks Anna. One loses their human rights when they become an inmate of those places. The covid scamdemic showed the world how inhuman they could be.
Waikanae watchers said:
Not to mention the inheritance for their children that gets diminished from massive fees.
Chris Walker said:
Wish the council could do work like this as we pay enough to them. Still all those consultants who come up with the queer ideas have to be fed…
These are modern day concentration camps aka 15 minute cities.
Keep out of these at all costs.