Major New Residential Community To Grow Hāwera’s Housing Options

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A major new master-planned residential community in the
coastal Taranaki township of Hāwera is set to substantially
grow the town’s housing options.

The new development,
Longview, consists of 250 sections for purchasers to build
their dream home, accommodating a range of section sizes and
prices over multiple stages. Located on the north-eastern
fringe of Hāwera’s existing urban boundary, Longview is
bordered by Turuturu Road, Turuturu Soccer Club and the
town’s railway line.

On completion, the new suburb
will see the creation of five streets – with a main avenue
running through the middle of the development – with cycle
and pedestrian links to the town centre, Mason Road, and
Wybourne Road.

Sections within stage one of the
Longview residential development have been released on the
market for sale – with sites ranging in size from
505-square metres up to 844-square metres, and purchase
prices accordingly varying from an entry-level of $169,000
up to $244,000. Initial interest has been very high with a
number of contracts already out for signing.

The
Longview land with its views of Mt Taranaki on the horizon
is owned by Hāwera company Panda Developments, whose
directors are long-time Hāwera locals Paul and Brenda
Schrader.

Sections within stage one of Longview are
being marketed for sale through Bayleys Hāwera. Salesperson
Greg Brunton said the subdivision was the the first
master-planned residential development of its type and scale
to be undertaken in Taranaki.

“There is a need for
affordable, quality-built new homes across South Taranaki
– and residents of Longview will not only enjoy the
benefit of being situated immediately adjacent to the
town’s urban green space, but will also be within
comfortable walking distance of the town’s social and
civic amenities,” he said.

Mr Brunton said several
sections within Longview stage one had already been
committed to by nationally-branded home-construction firms
keen on building show homes – underpinning the
location’s value and appeal as a long-term addition to
Hāwera’s urban landscape. The first stage of the
development consists of 42 sections.

“The
opportunity is there right now for prospective new
home-owners in the area to literally get in on the ground
floor of this exciting development,” he said.

“The
price tags attached to the sections for sale in Longview
stage one have been calculated on current market values. As
the other stages open up in years to come, section prices
will be reflective of upward price movements in the wider
real estate market, combined with inflation.”

To
help execute the new neighbourhood, Panda Developments Ltd
engaged experienced development managers Veros, which has
delivered many successful high-quality residential
developments throughout New Zealand.

Veros Development
Manager, Scott Bicknell says: “We believe strongly in the
development and the neighbourhood we are creating. We are
proud to be supporting growth in this community. We have put
together an experienced and skilled project team which can
deliver an excellent, master-planned
community.”

“Located between New Plymouth and
Whanganui and only 20 minutes from Mount Taranaki. Longview
is the perfect spot to build a new home, bring up the kids,
live and work from home remotely or retire in.

“This
will be a special neighbourhood surrounded by green open
spaces, where you can roll out of bed go fishing or cycling,
play a game of golf and enjoy other local amenities right on
your doorstep,” says Mr Bicknell.

Mr Brunton added:
“All parties involved with Longview – Panda
Developments, Veros, and Bayleys Hāwera – are confident
that a substantial number of sections will sell in a
relatively short timeframe, simply because there is nothing
else like this in the market offering so much choice and
flexibility.”

Latest sales data from the Real Estate
Institute of New Zealand shows that in the month of April
this year, the median sales price for a property in the
South Taranaki catchment was up 22 percent from the same
month in 2020 – rising from $300,000 to $366,000 in just
12 months.

Simultaneously, the REINZ stats recorded
that the number of properties which sold in South Taranaki
skyrocketed by 633 percent – up from six in April 2020 to
44 in April this year.

“The REINZ data alone shows
the robust groundswell of demand for housing in the region,
and is reflective of the strong Interest we have already
received for sections in Longview,” Mr Brunton
said.

“Longview is coming onto the market at a time
to meet that demand and offer quality, new-build options for
those looking to live in an area which has so many
recreational attractions.”

Located between New
Plymouth to the north and Whanganui to the south, Hāwera
township and its surrounding settlements have a population
of 10,300 residents according to 2018 Census data. The
median age of a Hāwera resident in 2018 was
41.3-years.

For more information, head to
longviewhawera.co.nz

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