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All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 4.00
Persons: prefer 2
Category: Other
Host ID: 25117
Region: Lower North Island

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Last Updated: December 20, 2016

This is a lifestyle block on the outskirts of Masterton. It is very private and quiet despite its proximity to town. It is home to Angie and her beloved pets, a young St Bernard, Brulee and
two abyssinian cats. I often need general assistance around the place as the ravages of time have slowed me down somewhat! Things like the inevitable weeding, pruning and limbing up of trees, splitting and stacking of firewood and the odd bit of house maintenance are the sorts of things I need help with. I have a perennial nursery here and that takes a lot of my time and I sell the plants at the local Farmers' Market. Accommodation is a nice room with a queen sized bed and a separate bathroom. I do prefer couples as it makes it easier for sleeping arrangements - I don't have any single beds. Food is good (none of us are vegetarian!) and a sense of humour is compulsory!
My background is quite a mix - farming, horticulture, travel and animal nursing to mention a few. I'm pretty independent and easy going but I'm not a pushover. I like folk who use their initiative but who also ask first if they are not sure. And this being my animals home just as much as mine - you had better be aware that living with a St Bernard means lots of sloppy kisses, hair, slobber, hair, etc, etc, and black is NOT a good colour to wear! You have been pre-warned so if animals are not your thing - give me a wide berth. If they are - you'll fall in love here.

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