Makora Avenue is the most south-eastern street in Oneroa village – it is a no exit road that begins in the built up suburban end of the village and gradually gains more natural beauty as it leaves behind south-facing land and explodes with large natural sections featuring sun-filled western exposure, complete with views to the Church Bay hillside and Te Huruhi Bay.
From the bottom of this 1950sqm section via the connecting council track you can swiftly be back in the suburban village – head left and in a minute you are on Blackpool Beach, or head right and a morning coffee and newspaper awaits at any one of a dozen Oneroa cafes within strolling distance.
On offer is a brilliant house design with Resource Consent issued this year. The current owners wish it could be theirs, but willingly give it up to a future owner who will lovingly bring their masterpiece to life.
Now is the time to secure your future in Oneroa – there isn’t much left as more Kiwi’s than ever seem to sense that Waiheke is the place to be in this new world of 2020 where on Waiheke you gain much, and lose little.