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#233618 24-Apr-2018 20:18
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Looking for a new home in Lower Hutt?

Our fully geeked-out home is for sale. I’ve installed structured cabling throughout which includes tie lines between house and office.

Please do ask any questions if you have any.

http://www.tommys.co.nz/lower-hutt/property/THV00548/160-kings-crescent




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  #2001900 24-Apr-2018 20:24
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michaelmurfy:

Does it include the radio station?



Mm something that is priceless you can’t put a price on. Radio station is not included. :)




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  #2001901 24-Apr-2018 20:27
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Stick this in the Offers & Wanted section - get the prize for the most expensive item!

 

EDIT: Moved now I see - you win!


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  #2001902 24-Apr-2018 20:27
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How many ethernet ports?




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  #2001905 24-Apr-2018 20:35
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tdgeek:

How many ethernet ports?



At least two ethernet ports in each room and two RG6. And 7 in office with two RG6 (from memory).
Patch panels in both office and attic of house.




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  #2001910 24-Apr-2018 20:43
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tdgeek:

 

How many ethernet ports?

 



At least two ethernet ports in each room and two RG6. And 7 in office with two RG6 (from memory).
Patch panels in both office and attic of house.

 

You win

 

We have a 5 BR house, 12 ethernet ports. But one is in the storage area in the stairwell. So in times of wife knows it all, I am covered. DogBoxPremium+


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I have a 3BR house and my 48 port switch has enough ports... JUST. I think there's about 42 ports in total - of course not all used.

 

ALso, that's a nice place - I like the garage/office..

 

 

 

N :-)





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  #2001936 24-Apr-2018 21:32
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Stick this in the Offers & Wanted section - get the prize for the most expensive item!


EDIT: Moved now I see - you win!



Haha true that. What’s my prize?




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  #2001938 24-Apr-2018 21:35
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Talkiet:

I have a 3BR house and my 48 port switch has enough ports... JUST. I think there's about 42 ports in total - of course not all used.


ALso, that's a nice place - I like the garage/office..


 


N :-)



Woah. Heh. I have one 8 way patch panel in the office and 2x 8 port patch panels in the attic.

Oh and thanks :). Has taken a lot of hard work for the house/office.




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  #2001948 24-Apr-2018 21:50
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wow did you DIY renovate or got tradespersons to do them?





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  #2001956 24-Apr-2018 22:11
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Batman:

wow did you DIY renovate or got tradespersons to do them?



DIY most of it. Apart from garage building of course, and plastering (I wouldn’t even attempt that)




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What you have no confidence in the REA?

 

160 Kings Crescent, Hutt Central, Lower Hutt

 

Homes Estimate: $705,000 (Apr 2018)

 

 

 

https://homes.co.nz/app/address/lower-hutt/hutt-central/160-kings-crescent/VYMel

 

 

 

That pic doesn't thrill me, right up front and the other up it's behind.  Not sure ethernet ports are high on my list of what I look for.

 

 

 

 


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  #2002151 25-Apr-2018 11:39
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What you have no confidence in the REA?

 

160 Kings Crescent, Hutt Central, Lower Hutt

 

Homes Estimate: $705,000 (Apr 2018)

 

 

 

https://homes.co.nz/app/address/lower-hutt/hutt-central/160-kings-crescent/VYMel

 

 

 

That pic doesn't thrill me, right up front and the other up it's behind.  Not sure ethernet ports are high on my list of what I look for.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Should be, the world is becomming one massive clutter of wifi networks... its the next 'traffic jam' of the future. 


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  #2002162 25-Apr-2018 11:57
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Please do ask any questions if you have any.

 

Moving back to Wainui? laughing




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  #2002229 25-Apr-2018 12:33
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pctek:

What you have no confidence in the REA?


160 Kings Crescent, Hutt Central, Lower Hutt

Homes Estimate: $705,000 (Apr 2018)


 


https://homes.co.nz/app/address/lower-hutt/hutt-central/160-kings-crescent/VYMel


 


That pic doesn't thrill me, right up front and the other up it's behind.  Not sure ethernet ports are high on my list of what I look for.


 


 



Each to their own. It’s a free world :)




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