18b Tupaea Place - 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom & 2 garage with open plan kitchen, living & dining
Living in Ngaruawahia
Located in the Waikato region, Ngarauawhia is at the confluence of the Waikato and Waipa Rivers. It is also just 20km from Hamilton, New Zealands 4th largest city, known for its wealth of cafes, bars and restaurants.Ngarauawhia is centrally located in New Zealand's north island, less than an hour drive from the famous Raglan beach, under 2 hours from Auckland and around 3 hours from the Ruapehu ski-fields.
With significant growth in both Hamilton and Auckland, a home in Ngarauawhia is an excellent option for both owner-occupiers and investors alike.
Explore the area
Distance 43 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 38 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 75 kms
Matamata is home to the world famous Hobbiton movie set, featured in Lord of The Rings and The Hobbit movies.
Distance 125 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 126 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 107 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 170 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.
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