What you have been looking at, might just be what you are looking for.
Ray White New Zealand is pleased to announce the charming 1930’s Georgian-revival fire station doors are now open for potential buyers to get an intimate look at Kingsland’s famous brand-new luxury apartments, courtesy of Three’s The Block NZ.
“Thousands of New Zealanders have viewed these properties on the big screen, but buyers now have the chance to turn reality TV, into a purchaser’s real-life dream,” said Ray White New Zealand Head of Network Services Treena Drinnan.
“It’s somewhat ironic the night the All Blacks face the Wallabies in the second Bledisloe Cup test, buyers have the opportunity to look at and buy properties that has Eden Park on their doorstep. Who needs 4K when you can watch all the action from your own living room?
“In a world where coffee table books are used as a conversation piece, imagine buying one of these fabulous homes, and being able to share the story behind it with sporting royalty in the background.
“Kingsland itself is home to a thriving community and will only continue to flourish with these exquisite residential additions to the neighbourhood.
“Here, you’re quite literally in the heart of a fantastic pub, café and restaurant hub. Have breakfast at Kingsland Social, coffee at Atomic, dinner at Phil’s kitchen, or pizza at Umu, then finish off with some well-earned beverages at Citizen Park or the Kingslander.
“The ever-popular Crave Café is within walking distance and the brand-new Glasshouse development at the Morningside Precinct is just around the corner too.
“Auckland’s buzzing city centre is a mere 5-10-minute drive away, or make use of the area’s amazing public transport links and take a bus or train from the station, only a short stroll down the road.
“Anyone who buys here walks away a winner. You’ll be blown away by what this sought-after suburb has to offer.”
Curious to find out more? View each individual apartment below and see which one takes your fancy.
Watch The Block NZ: Firehouse on Three, Monday – Wednesday at 7.30pm and Sunday nights at 7pm.