Want to live close to the action yet in a quiet cul-de-sac? Keen to limit your time on the road and reduce stress and your carbon footprint? Yearning for a new and affordable home crafted by reputable tradesmen? Then look no further. Edgeview subdivision in Hamilton’s Fitzroy suburb ticks all the boxes.
There’s a need for speed, however, as only a handful of opportunities remain. Generation Homes holds the keys to all five of the remaining house and land package opportunities at this Dixon Road subdivision. All are sited in a cul-de-sac and all border a gully, so a sense of peace and space is guaranteed. It’s perfect for young families too.
This is Stage 5 of the subdivision’s development. It’s a subdivision that’s attracted interest mainly in the first home buyers, young families, empty nesters, and investors brackets. Proximity to the city hub (only 10 minutes away) is a major plus. (Waikato Hospital is on the doorstep - only five minutes away).
You won’t be a slave to your section at this address, with site sizes ranging between 400m2 and 641m2, which leaves plenty of time to enjoy all that Hamilton and its surrounds has to offer.
Hamilton is a city of growth where the housing market continues its upward march.
The city is well known as a business centre for creativity and innovation and is the service city for many Waikato dairy farmers. It is the closest large city to Auckland (only about an hour-and-a-half up the highway).
Lifestyle and education opportunities abound in this Waikato city. On the banks of the mighty Waikato river, Hamilton is the home to the award-winning Hamilton gardens, to Waikato University, and to NZ’s only commercial tea estate -Zealong. This thriving city is also the destination for national and international events such as the annual Balloons Over Waikato and Fieldays.
Hobbiton Movie Set, Raglan’s renowned surf beach, Hampton Downs Motorsport Park and the Waitomo Caves are all within an easy hour’s commute. Because of its central location, Hamilton is also the perfect base for exploring the wider region and central North Island.