Uku Apartments attract attention

Posted on 13 February 2019

The brand-new Uku Show Apartment at Kerepeti in Hobsonville Point is capturing the attention of home-buyers looking to upgrade to a carefree lifestyle in 2019.

The European-styled show apartment attracted about 85 visitors in its first two open days, with a stream of interested visitors continuing to arrive each weekend.

Like the rest of the Kerepeti development, the Uku and nearby Kerewhenua apartments are pet-friendly, and finished with easy-care, durable materials. That, combined with their proximity to Hobsonville Point’s great cafes, restaurants, parks, walkways and schools, means they are already selling with a number of prospective buyers looking to move in before winter.

Those buyers have discovered that the quality, choice and diversity throughout the Kerepeti neighbourhoods is reflected in the architecturally-designed Uku and Kerewhenua apartment complexes. These airy two- and three-bedroom apartments provide open-plan living with outdoor flow onto spacious patios or decks and high-quality finishes and fixtures throughout.

The upper levels also offer some of the area’s best views over Hobsonville Point and Waitematā harbour. 

Unlike many other apartment developments which sell off-plan, Kerepeti gives buyers the security of knowing that what they see is exactly what they will get. Both the Uku Apartments and nearby Kerewhenua Apartments are selling now and prompt buyers will be able to begin moving in within a couple of months.

These apartments complete the portfolio of homes in Kerepeti which offers options to suit a range of lifestyles and life-stages.

Whether people are looking for the convenience of apartment living or the flexibility of an easily maintained terrace home, Kerepeti has something for everyone. Its neighbourhoods are located beside Hobsonville Point’s state-of-the-art schools and close to the buzzing Catalina Bay entertainment and retail district.

Kerepeti residents also have easy access to the wider Auckland region – the central business district is about 20 minutes’ drive off-peak, or cruise across to work daily on the Fullers 360 ferry for a traffic-free commute across Waitematā Harbour. There are frequent bus services to the city centre, Westgate, Albany and Takapuna and car-share provider CityHop has a pick-up and drop-off hub in the area.

The ferry service has also recently been expanded to the weekends – allowing more people to discover what this great community has to offer. There is something for everyone - from browsing local produce at the famous Catalina Bay Farmers Market, savouring delicious coffee in a cafe or lunch at the new Little Creatures Micro-Brewery, or exploring the Te Ara Manawa o Onekiritea coastal walkway. And kids of all ages are bound to love the adventures on offer in the Point’s award-winning parks!

If you are looking for a new home and a more relaxed, modern lifestyle in 2019 come and talk to us at our show homes this weekend. You’re bound to find the perfect place for you.