Edgewater on Hobsonville On Sale Now

Sep 22 2016 New releases

Classic Group have now released the impressive Edgewater Apartments at Hobsonville Point.

Water Views

43 Apartments across four levels

Two story units available

Harbourside headland location

New Apartments Just Released

Sep 16 2016 New releases

The first 60-apartment development at Hobsonville Point sold out quickly in 2013.

Classic Developments and Ockham Residential has just released new apartments for sale off the plans. Classic’s development, Edgewater, is an impressive 43-apartment complex with harbour views. Ockham Residential have designed 116 “character flats” over six three-level buildings, built around beautiful landscaped gardens. They’ve called the development “Bernoulli Gardens”.

Classic Builders brings Hudson to the market

Mar 16 2016 New releases

Classic Builders is pleased to announce the launch of Hudson, a very special place at Hobsonville Point. Three distinctive new neighbourhoods, Heritage, Marine and Gardens will offer a range of impressive homes. Also released is the Classic Collection, an exciting new range of architecturally-designed plans.

More Options To Live At Hobsonville Point

Feb 4 2016 New releases

The NZ Super Fund, Ngai Tahu Property Limited and New Ground Capital have teamed up to invest in around 200 new homes at Hobsonville Point, with some available to buy under the Hobsonville Point Axis Series programme.

Classic Builders release stage 2 of Catalina precinct

Dec 19 2015 New releases

Classic Builders have just released 19 house and land packages in the Catalina 14 and 15 subdivision, which are now available to purchase at Hobsonville Point.

Two New Neighbourhoods For Hobsonville Point

Sep 29 2015 New releases

Hobsonville Point will soon boast two new neighbourhoods. Catalina (pictured), which is located between Hobsonville Point Primary School and Bomb Point, and Sunderland B, which stretches from Mill House to the Sunderland Lounge, will together introduce more than 700 new homes to the development and add much-needed supply to the Auckland housing market.

First Heritage Home Released for Sale

Jun 13 2015 New releases

The first of Hobsonville Point's renovated heritage homes has just been released for sale. Developer Willis Bond has done an outstanding job of extending and modernising the home at 2 Sunderland Avenue, while remaining sympathetic to its 1930s architectural style. Number 2 is the first of 10 heritage homes on Sunderland Avenue to be released to the market this year. It sits on a large, 1160m2 north-west facing site. The once modest house has been transformed into a four bedroom, 2.5 bathroom family home with three living areas and a double garage. Take a look at the Bayleys link here to find when the home is open to view.

Number 2 Sunderland Avenue will go to auction on 28 June 2015. Please contact Bayleys for viewing times.

Strong Interest in Sunderland Precinct

Mar 22 2015 New releases

Just four months since it opened, the Sunderland at Hobsonville Point showhome is proving popular with visitors. Sunderland will feature more than 190 new homes (consisting of Park Terraces, Sunderland Townhouses and Freestanding Homes) as well as 10 fully-refurbished former Air Force homes, so there is an option for everyone.

New Homes on Hobsonville Point's High Street

Sep 5 2014 New releases

The building companies at Hobsonville Point have just released a range of new homes on Hobsonville Point Road, the community's high street.

The majority of the homes along Hobsonville Point Road will be terraces ranging from two to four storeys in height. Terraced homes offer value for money because they use less land. Their height allows for better views. Walks-ups will also be available. New to New Zealand but popular overseas, walk-ups combine two homes in one building.

Retiring at Hobsonville Point

May 27 2013 New releases

Kiwi retirement village operator Manor Group Investments will be developing a $75 million retirement village at Hobsonville Point with homes likely to be on the market by the end of the year.

The Manor Group has contracted Classic Builders, one of New Zealand’s leading builders and one of five builders already working at Hobsonville Point to develop the new retirement village.

The village will comprise of 90 apartments and 54 villas as well as comprehensive community facilities, including a dining and function room, a heated indoor pool, a theatre, a bowling green and extensive gardens and grounds

Work is due to start in August, 2013, with the expectation that the first units will be onto the market in late 2013 for occupation in early 2014.

For more information, check out the website here