Eutopia now for sale, moongate, dwarfs and all

We now live in whangarei as my mum is in a home and we are visiting a lot, and Raewyn has work here… and, well I ran out of resources to finish the dream. So we are living in sister Rosie’s barn and I have a little studio in the Quarry Arts Centre.

See the listing on Trademe for details: http://www.trademe.co.nz/property/commercial-property-for-sale/auction-658908280.htm

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The Cafe business goes with it at this price – either can sell separately. Eutopia the land and buildings is a mere $180,000 NZ, or US$147,600. You couldn’t buy the moongate plus giant seagull sculpture alone for that price!

As the ad says:

Cafe Eutopia is truly a New Zealand icon, and tourists from all over the world are always photographing it – and uploading pictures and inspired comments on the Web. Google Images has page after page of coulourful photos of cafe Eutopia, most of them uploaded by customers from around the world.

Fantastic potential, dreams, visions, inspiring concepts are all here for the right person to take them on and give them new life.

spread the word! pin it, post it, attach it. I want the right person to see this….

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Builder of Eutopia building again – contracting in ferrocement

Well, my latest practical development is a return to making concrete stuff –ferrocement gardens and anything else the patron imagines.

I met Deborah, my co-creator in this venture (who is mad keen on ferrocement and gardens too) because I had the Wizard of Eutopia sign out. So in a way it has been of pragmatic use to ‘come out’ as a wizard! Especially since she has a magical little ferro cottage/bach at the back of her place, built by a man named Weston, in need of renovation and containing a built-in water tank which under my sledgehammer is now becoming a sort of grotto of the goddess (the Chrysalis Cave). In this cottage she will sell all my eutopian objects, as well as her own. Magic is indeed unfolding there, and i am sure it will live up to its name ‘Deb’s Enchanted Cottage’.

If you want anything of this nature, email me peter@eutopia.co.nz.

Looking forward to getting out of doors more, being fit, and having fun creating stuff people actually ordered, for a change!

Then when we have some funds, we can tackle the finishing of cafe Eutopia – naturally!