Modern, Private & Convenient
Carrington Apartments consists of seven brand new two-story Apartments/Townhouses boasting four-bedrooms with the luxury of each room having its own ensuite. Each Apartments/Townhouses will be fully furnished with custom furniture throughout. Each room will be furnished with a double sized bed, desk, Smart TV, data point, FREE internet and each room will be lockable ensuring personal security. All Apartments/Townhouses provide a fully functional communal kitchen, laundry with washer and dryer, and a lounge with a common Smart TV for all residents to enjoy. All areas of these apartments are smoke-free for the good health and enjoyment of all residents.
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A Convenient Location
This project enjoys an excellent location at 62-64 Carrington Avenue, Silverdale, Hamilton where everything one will need is right on their doorstep. This location is just a few minutes walk from the University of Waikato with its over 12,500 students, including over 2,000 International students who favour renting fully furnished accommodation.
The Silverdale Road shops (Fast food, convenient store, bakery, liquor store, restaurants/takeaways) are just 300m away and the Clyde Street shops (The Warehouse, Pizzas, Asian Supermarket, Hillcrest Tavern, Vegetable Shop) are about 2KM away for anything that can’t be found on Campus.
The Waikato University campus contains café’s, banks (ANZ & ASB), convenience store, travel agency, restaurants, gym (offering a full range of recreational facilities and services, including a fully equipped sports hall, weights and cardio equipment), swimming pool, courts for tennis, netball and squash, specially designed centre for the performing arts, sports fields, hairdresser, crèche and numerous other facilities designed to make students lives more convenient and enjoyable, but will also serve non-student residents well.
The location is also about 2 ½ kilometres from Hamilton East and it’s trendy cafés and shopping and 3kms from Hamilton CBD. Easy access to public bus system make it convenient to access all areas of the city either directly or through the central bus depot.
School zones are always foremost in mind when talking about Hillcrest and Silverdale with great schools like Hillcrest High and Berkley Intermediate. To guarantee attendance at these top Hillcrest schools, students have to be in zone. As Hamilton continues to move north, Silverdale is becoming more and more central, close to the Waikato University, shops, sport facilities, transport services, Ruakura Innovation Park, Hamilton East Village, cafes and the city centre. Silverdale is also perfectly located for study, work, leisure or play.
Living in Hamilton / Kirikiriroa
Gateway to the central North Island
Located in the Waikato is New Zealand’s fourth largest city, Hamilton. Known for its wealth of cafes, bars and restaurants Hamilton is also one of the most central cities in New Zealand, less than an hour to the famous Raglan beach, under 2 hours to Auckland and around 3 hours to the Ruapehu ski-fields.
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’s population is currently 156,800 and will grow to 162,000 by 2017 and 175,000 by 2022. The population of the Hamilton urban area was estimated to be 212,000. With such significant growth, demand for housing has continued to grow making Hamilton an attractive option for investors.
Victoria Street runs the length of the Hamilton CBD and is the hub for shopping, dining and nightlife. There are cafes and bars open all hours within walking distance of major hotels. The city has something for everyone. For the shopaholics, there are three main malls: Te Awa – The Base, Westfield Chartwell and the newly revamped, Centre Place. There are plenty of clothes, sports and gift shops throughout the malls, with something for everyone. If you’re in more of a cultural frame of mind, take a walk to the south end of Victoria Street to the Waikato Museum of Art and History.
Hamilton is located in the heart of the Waikato, one of New Zealand’s richest regions, responsible for a significant amount of the country’s exports. Agriculture, biotechnology, light aviation, transport logistics, science research, education and healthcare providing a wide range of employment opportunities in the city.
Hamilton is student city with more than 40,000 tertiary students at the University of Waikato, the Waikato Institute of Technology (WINTEC) and the Māori tertiary education provider, Te Wānanga O Aotearoa.
The city caters for every student’s needs and has a large range of activities for students whilst the campuses have a number of events that involve the students and the community. The Great Race, an annual rowing race between the Universities of Waikato, Cambridge and Sydney, while O-week holds a week-long celebration for all students marking the beginning of the academic year.
If you enjoy the great outdoors, Hamilton has many parks and walkways. With the Waikato River running through the heart of the city, there are many pretty walking and running tracks along its length. An absolute must see in Hamilton is the Hamilton Gardens situated on Cobham Drive. It is a floral picture with many wonderful plants and themed gardens.
After the gardens, to keep the children happy, visit the Hamilton Zoo. It has become one of New Zealand’s finest, with a large range of animals such as, tigers, zebras, giraffes and other wildlife. The city is also home to the Agricultural Field Days, which is the 3rd largest agricultural exhibition in the world.
Hamilton provides an extensive range of high quality health services, ranging from primary through to highly specialised tertiary hospital services. The Waikato District Health Board’s provider of hospital and health services, Health Waikato, is one of New Zealand’s largest in terms of revenue and the types and numbers of services provided.
The Waikato District Health Board provides services for a population of 337,000 people (8% of New Zealand’s population), covers 21,220 square kilometres (8% of New Zealand’s land area) and has a budget of more than $700 million. This makes it one of the largest of New Zealand’s 21 District Health Boards.
Balloons Over Waikato is also a major event for Hamilton, held in autumn with interesting and unique air balloons from all over the world in attendance.
Waikato is also into its sport in a big way. There are many great venues including the FMG Stadium, home of the Chiefs Super rugby rugby team, Seddon Park for domestic and international cricket, and the Waikato Racing Club’s Racecourse at Te Rapa. No matter when you visit the city, there’s sure to be some sporting event to entertain you. For the keen golfer who just can’t leave his clubs at home, there are more than six golf clubs in and around Hamilton with reasonable green fees. A popular course for the whole family to match their skills is ‘Pitch and Putt’ 18 hole, 3 par course off Hukanui Road.
Explore the area
Distance 20 kms
In the heart of the Waikato, Cambridge is known for its charming town centre with tree lined streets packed full of cafes, galleries & stores.
Distance 52 kms
Aside from being a world renowned surf spot Raglan is locally well known for its boutique cafes & shops as well as galleries, studios & markets. On the way, stop at the beautiful Bridal Veil Falls.
Distance 60 kms
Matamata is home to the world famous Hobbiton movie set, featured in Lord of The Rings and The Hobbit movies.
Distance 101 kms
A harbourside city in the Bay of Plenty region, Tauranga and the nearby township of Mount Maunganui are an ideal place to enjoy white-sand beaches, nature walks and everything else that a New Zealand summer has to offer.
Distance 102 kms
Known as the cultural capital of New Zealand, Rotorua is know for showcasing Maori culture and heritage. It is also a tourist hub, offering a wide range of actives for all age groups and tastes. Rotorua is also renowned for its high geothermal active with naturally bubbling mud pools and geysers which erupt several times daily.
Distance 132 kms
As the financial capital of New Zealand and the biggest population centre, Auckland is has something for everyone, from vibrant nightlife, to international events.
Distance 150 kms
Distinguished by its lakefront setting and outdoor sports ranging from fishing to jet-boating, Taupo is home to the second largest freshwater lake by surface area in geopolitical Oceania. Also just south of Taupo is Mount Ruapehu, where the Whakapapa ski fields provide the best skiing and snowboarding in the North Island.