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Norrie Street, Hamilton

Central Location - Low Entry Price

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The property is close to the Waikato Hospital, the Waikato river, Bader Street Shops and the local bus stop is only a short walk away

2 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 carpark.

Expected gross yields 5%.

Close to Waikato Hospital.

Fixed Price.

Property Overview

The property is close to the Waikato Hospital, the Waikato river, Bader Street Shops and the local bus stop is only a short walk away.

Glenview Shopping Centre and Hamilton Central are both a short distance away, along with various recreational parks including the Hamilton Gardens.

  • Two double bedrooms, both with double wardrobes
  • Master with ensuite
  • Open planned kitchen and living area
  • Sliding doors open out to private courtyard
  • Heatpump in the living area
  • Single internal access garaging with laundry

Location Overview

Hamilton is New Zealand’s fourth largest city and the third fastest growing city after Auckland and Pukekohe. According to Statistics NZ, the Census night population count of Hamilton City residents in 2013 was 143,718 - an increase of 25,617 people from the 2001 Census. They predict that the city will grow to 162,000 by 2017 and 175,000 by 2022.

Hamilton is located in the heart of the Waikato, one of New Zealand’s richest regions, responsible for 20% of the country’s total exports. Agriculture, biotechnology, light aviation, transport, logistics, science research, education and healthcare lead the Hamilton economy, providing diverse employment opportunities in the city.

According to Quotable Value, the average house price in Hamilton City in January 2018 was $544,935 compared to an Auckland average of $1,054,974.

  • 4.2 km to Hamilton CBD
  • 2.5 km to Waikato Hospital
  • 10 schools within 1.5 km
  • 350m to local shops
  • Urlich Shopping centre 1.25 km away & Glenview
  • Shopping Centre 1.3 km
  • 300m to closest bus stop
  • 11 km to Hamilton Airport
  • Shopping, parks, restaurants
Top Reasons to Invest in Norrie Street
Townhouse 2 bed, 2 bath, 1 car
Low entry price Turn key
No progress payments Low maintenance
Freehold Central location

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Margaret