Most would agree that sometimes we tend to forget just how lucky we are to live in such a beautiful country with what is considered to be some of the finest coastal property in the world. Generally though, most New Zealander’s appreciate the wonderful diversity they have on their doorstep and do their very best to get out and about to enjoy as much as they can and take pride in introducing overseas’ visitors to the their own favourite places.
To some degree, it could be said that Meadowbank has a sprinkling of coastal property of its own. Lovely walking tracks have been established and continue to be up-graded and developed for people to frequent and enjoy. Now whilst its true that Meadowbank doesn’t have the summery appeal of say Matapouri Park and it’s unlikely to gain the esteem recently awarded New Zealand: Tutukaka Coast, Northland
it certainly possess a pleasant, inviting and friendly ambiance throughout its locale.
What is important to its residents is the convenience and easy access for commuting, excellent schooling and a safe, friendly community which makes it a hard place to beat when it comes to bringing up a family or settling down.
Is it time for you to visit Meadowbank?
Meadowbank holds a special fascination for me for a number of reasons – some of which have nothing to do with the fact that I presently focus my real estate business there. Why Meadowbank – well ‘why not?
Although Meadowbank is regarded as an ‘old fashioned suburb’ by some astute home owners with middle to high earning, dual income families and long-time residents all agree -its an affordable area with an enviable central location where one can still enjoying a relaxed lifestyle coupled with an easy commute to downtown Auckland.
Compared to the surrounding suburbs (Remuera, St Johns) Meadowbank is well-positioned to visit Mission Bay, Kohimarama and St Heliers whilst at the same time offering good access to the Northern and Southern motorways and the Meadowbank and St Thomas’s Primary schools provide exceptional learning environments for the needs of the young.
In addition to being close to the Orakei Basin and local wetlands with its birdlife there’s plenty of recreational areas and open spaces such as Waiatarua reserve throughout Meadowbank suburb.