Endsleigh Park | Luxury Development in Havelock North NZ
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LUXURY DEVELOPMENT IN HAVELOCK NORTH

Nestled amongst the north facing Havelock North Hills

PANORAMIC VIEWS

Views across Hawkes Bay, from Te Mata Peak to Napier and beyond…

30,000 TREES

Extensive native re-vegetation and wetlands.

SOCIAL NODES

Tennis court, playing fields, walkways and other social nodes…

STAGING PLAN

The Development has been designed to be developed in six standalone stages, each made up of approximately four housing
lots. Stage 1 is already 100% pre-sold. Stage 2 will be commencing soon and is 50% pre-sold.

ABOUT ENDSLEIGH PARK

Located three kilometres south west of the Havelock North village, and nestled amongst the North facing hills, Endsleigh Park is a 21.3 hectare development which enjoys panoramic views and all day sun.

The Development is comprised of 25 residential lots and an 18 hectare common allotment made up of a selection of walkways, wetlands, extensive native re-vegetation and other social nodes which will be maintained collectively by the Residents Society, this is to overcome the burden of maintaining typical “Lifestyle” blocks.

The layout and formation of the Development has been designed to maximise the long-term integrity of the landscape to ensure its function as a sustainable, low-put ecosystem. Each lot has been designed with a building envelope to ensure visual and acoustic privacy, with a number of covenant requirements in place to maintain and protect the surrounding environment.  Lot sizes vary according to topography but are typically just over a quarter of an acre, or 1100m2 in size.

WHY ENDSLEIGH PARK

The vision is to seamlessly blend town with country living with a driving philosophy within the planning stages of the Development to future proof both the ecology of the natural features as well as reducing the carbon footprint of the buildings. The 25 housing lots have typically been arranged along the ridgelines in small clusters with common areas in which to encourage social interaction as well as a feeling of security among residents.

The Development layout and Lot formation was designed by Graham McIndoe, a well know New Zealand urban designer who designed the Wellington Water front and is a thought leader on sustainability.

A number of concepts designs have also been developed by John Blair, who was the principle architect behind the design of Elephant Hill Winery and Craggy Range in Hawkes Bay and is one of New Zealand’s acclaimed architects, clearly recognised for his uncompromising approach to quality.

The Development is located on Endsleigh Drive, a prestigious area within one of the last areas of land in the Havelock North Hills  to be given consent to subdivide.