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The Meadowbank market continues to prove popular with a wide range of residential buyers and investors. The suburb’s median sales price currently sits at $1.7 million (as reported by oneroof.co.nz, 2021 data). Flanked by the renown postcode of Remuera and the favoured Eastern Bays, this city-fringe locale is in good company.
Meadowbank’s schools and community make it a firm favourite with families and downsizers, however it ranks highly with busy professionals and executives who make up over 50% of listed occupations in the area.*
Nearby Meadowbank Train Station, a short drive to motorways and easy city commute make this standout suburb even more attractive for those seeking a connected investment as Auckland’s footprint grows.
*Census data, 2018.
Eight reasons to buy
at Risland Meadowbank.
A location to connect
Risland Meadowbank isn’t just a desirable place to live, its envied location affords much more than that. From connection to its natural surrounds, to an immersive community and easy access to convenient transport links, Risland Meadowbank offers the best of both worlds - clever, contemporary living in a relaxed, urban environment.
Public transport & motorway access
One of just a few Auckland suburbs to enjoy its own train station, Britomart is two short stops from Meadowbank (or a nine minute ride away). Alternatively, if two wheels is your transport of choice, the completion of the Glen Innes to Tamaki Drive cycling path (which will run right through the suburb) will provide residents with a direct link to the city centre. Bus services also operate throughout Meadowbank, with pick up points close to home.
The great outdoors
Whether you like the beach, the bush (or both), you don’t have to venture far from home to find the serenity of nature. Rutherford Reserve and St. Johns Bush Walk are just around the corner, while the mangrove boardwalk at Orakei Basin is the perfect spot for the morning jog. Choose from Mission Bay, St Heliers or Kohimarama for a winter stroll or summer swim - all within 10 minutes drive.
Options for every chapter of life
Looking for a place to downsize or somewhere for your family to call home? Risland Meadowbank has a wide range of options to suit, from one to three-bedroom modern apartments, as well as 13 three and four-bedroom terraced homes. Each offers the space to personalise for the way you live, with spacious balconies or courtyards.
Set on a naturally elevated site, Risland Meadowbank has been designed by the acclaimed team at ASC Architects to maximise views - without spoiling the landscape. Apartments are thoughtfully laid out across two main buildings (East and West) - separated by a central green space called The Courtyard. Look out to the mountaintops of neighbouring suburbs or across the green canopy of Meadowbank’s many surrounding parks. Apartments on the upper levels will enjoy sought-after vistas across Orakei Basin.
Calming interiors for modern lives
Arrive home to a calming interior palette at Risland Meadowbank. Stone benchtops contrasted by oak-coloured cabinetry provide the perfect backdrop for evening entertaining. While expansive windows let in natural light and private sunny balconies provide sheltered outdoor spaces. Well-appointed bathrooms are equipped with spacious vanities and fully-tiled shower spaces with soothing rainwater heads.
Community at its core
A warm, inclusive neighbourhood surrounds the new community at Risland Meadowbank. Apartment residents can come together in the Courtyard while just across the way, the St. Chad's Community Centre has activities and events aplenty. Meadowbank School - one of Auckland’s top Primary Schools - is at the heart of this close-knit neighbourhood, just a five minute stroll away.
Village stores or chic city boutiques
Located adjacent to the Meadowbank Village Boutiques and the Meadowbank Shopping Centre, you won’t have to go far to get what you need. Fresh bread from the bakery for Sunday brunch, a tasty takeaway after a busy day or the weekly round of staples from Countdown supermarket. If a bit of retail therapy is what you’re after, there’s the sprawling shopping destination of Sylvia Park and the bright lights of Broadway in Newmarket just ten minutes drive away.