Back in 2003 Addison was a little radical. We Aucklanders weren’t used to seeing clusters of homes built around shared green spaces and wide berms where kids can play in the midst of suburban streets. Since then the community has settled in, the urban designers have won awards and the homes have continued to grow in value, proving that Aucklanders were ready to embrace an ‘open plan neighbourhood’. A decade and a half later, there is still no other
neighbourhood with Addison’s urban park-like character in South Auckland.
Now for the first time KiwiBuild homes are being offered for sale, giving you a rare opportunity to buy new in this vintage neighbourhood.
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Addison may be in a peaceful, park-like world of its own, but make no mistake, it’s also close to the action. Within easy walking distance you’ll find Southgate Home Centre, with fresh and on-the-go food stores, all you need for the home (big retailers like Mitre 10 Mega, Briscoes and Bed Bath & Beyond) and a wide range of services (banks, a hairdresser and post shop) designed to make life easier.
It’s no secret that Kiwis love to spend time outdoors, and being close to nature makes us healthier and happier. Addison is designed with this in mind, with 40% of the entire development made up of ‘green space’ in the form of beautifully landscaped walkways, tree-lined streets, shared commons and established parks.