AVJennings, who is the development partner to Hobsonville Land Company, has recently signed new deals to complete a further 245 homes in the fast growing Buckley Precinct.
The 245 new homes in the Buckley Precinct are set to be completed by next July. The homes will be attractive to any prospective buyer’s taste as they are to be a mix of garden apartments, townhouses, terraces, courtyards and villas, so there is something to suit everyone. The prices will start at an affordable $395,000 which isn’t always achievable for the average New Zealander but you do get what you pay for, the architecture of these homes is set to be simply spectacular and no corners will be cut compromising quality. High skilled professionals are the target audience for these new buildings with the prices set to go to $900,000. Buckley Precinct is to be a highly affluent area with neighbouring shops, early childhood centres and a brand new primary and secondary school. The area will be most sought after by professional working couples with or without children. The design of the roads and streets ensure that cycling and walking will be pleasant and safe. The local Hobsonville Point Park is the largest reserve within the Precinct and comprises of a playground, fantastic landscaping, a planted wetland, plenty of seating and even a public art works.
AVJennings has committed to building a total of 715 homes in Buckley Precinct and each home will be healthy, warm and water and energy efficient. Super fast broadband services will be available in the fibre optic form which will be a network that connects each home, business and school. The homes are to be a complete mixture as said above and to come in a variety of sizes to cater for a widely diverse community. The single person will be just as happy in one of these homes as would a large family, it is to be absolutely idyllic. The government led scheme is to create an ultra strong community which is a diverse one. The homes to be built are to suit a whole range of ages and means and facilities are to be built which cater for each and every member of the community. The commitment states that they will ‘follow urban design best practice principles. That means the tangible things like high-speed broadband, energy efficient homes, excellent public transport, plenty of open space and first-rate schools from years 1-13.