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Arrowtown

50 Buckingham Street,
Arrowtown
Arrowtown
The New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty Arrowtown office is located on Buckingham Street, the main shopping street and a popular destination for both tourists and locals. Property is sought after as it’s a family friendly town, with choices of pre-schools and a primary school. So when considering buying or selling your home, or looking at an investment property, discuss your Real Estate options with our Arrowtown team. Arrowtown is one of New Zealand’s most treasured historic towns, known for its gold rush history and golden autumn colours. This charming town is home to the Chinese village, walking trails, the crisp, clear Arrow River and miners’ cottages that date back to the 1860’s. Only a short distance from Queenstown, Arrowtown is a great option for people wanting the idyllic lifestyle. It boasts many tourist attractions, restaurants and accommodation options with many luxury rentals along with world famous golf courses including Millbrook and Michael Hill’s, The Hills Golf Course.

Auckland Central

295 Parnell Road,
Parnell
Parnell
Often referred to as Auckland’s oldest suburb, Parnell is characterised by a mix of tree lined streets with large estates, Edwardian town houses and 1920s villas. It is an affluent, upmarket suburb and often ranked as one of the wealthiest regions in Auckland. Parnell sits in the inner city of Auckland and is near to historic must see attractions including the Auckland War Memorial Museum and the 1857 Kinder House which is for hire for weddings, art exhibitions, performances and other events. It is just a short walk to the Auckland Domain which is a 75 hectare park developed around the cone of an extinct volcano.

Auckland Remuera & Surrounds

295 Parnell Road,
Parnell
Parnell
Remuera is an affluent inner city suburb of Auckland, New Zealand. It is located four kilometres southeast of the city centre. With a shopping village at its heart, Remuera offers a selection of small independent shops, boutiques, cafes and restaurants. The suburb has numerous green spaces, most obvious of which is Mt Hobson – a volcanic cone with stunning views from the top overlooking Waitemata Harbour and Rangitoto.

Auckland Takapuna

159 Hurstmere Road,
Takapuna
Takapuna
Takapuna is located on the North Shore region of Auckland and is one of the most popular beaches in the area due to the soft white sand, easy access and family friendly atmosphere. The beach views look out to Hauraki Gulf and Rangitoto Island and offer trendy cafes and restaurants nearby. The boat ramp launches into the Waitemata Harbour and there are a wide range of water activities including paddle boarding, windsurfing and sailing on the Harbour. Here, you can walk the historic ‘lava’ trail and explore the Sunday markets and boutique shops.

Greytown

98 Main Street,
Greytown
Greytown
Greytown is the heritage gem of Wairarapa, positively oozing quaint colonial charm. Wairarapa’s oldest town, it boasts its fair share of history. The town centre features beautifully restored Victorian wooden buildings that are home to bijou boutiques, specialty stores, cafes and restaurants. Located a mere hour’s drive from Wellington, Greytown is a favourite getaway spot for capital city dwellers, providing convenient access to the region’s wineries and a pretty provincial backdrop for weekends away. Our New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty’s Greytown office on Main Street represents the best properties in Greytown and surrounding viticultural areas around Martinborough and burgeoning Carterton nearby.

Hamilton

65 Devine Road,
Tamahere Village
Tamahere Village
Our Hamilton office is located within the flourishing new Tamahere Village precinct on the cusp of urban and lifestyle Hamilton. We’re ideally positioned to provide premium real estate services to the wider Waikato region, with the village bustle of Cambridge, the urban buzz of booming Hamilton and the idyllic rural lifestyle of the wider Waikato region all a mere short drive away. Hamilton and Waikato boast strong economic and population growth, a steady and diverse agricultural sector and picturesque landscapes, with the rich natural resource of the mighty Waikato River as the region’s beating heart. Whether you’re looking to sell your lifestyle or residential property, on the hunt for your equestrian paradise or downsizing to an urban sanctuary, our boutique Waikato team are perfectly placed to assist.

Havelock North

9 Napier Road,
Havelock North
Havelock North
The Havelock North New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty office is nestled in the heart of the village surrounded by cafes, restaurants and popular boutiques. Havelock North is known to be one of the most desirable places to live, with historic homes and tree lined streets, this place has charm and a unique atmosphere. A short drive takes you to Te Mata Peak, the perfect spot to over-look the region’s spectacular scenery, from the stunning Tuki Tuki valley across the many vineyards to Napier, framed by the coast to the east and snow-capped mountains to the west. You may be looking to retire to the region or perhaps considering one of the many popular lifestyle properties, whatever your real estate requirement our Havelock North team are here to assist.

Kapiti

2 Margaret Road,
Raumati Beach
Raumati Beach
Whether it’s sport, nature, adventure, shopping, dining or relaxing that you want – you will find it all on the Kapiti Coast. With its beautiful beaches, multiple walking tracks and Kapiti Island, the nature lover is in paradise here. The Kapiti Coast is made up of multiple seaside villages; Paekakariki, Raumati South, Raumati Beach, Paraparaumu Beach, Paraparaumu, Waikanae Beach, Waikanae and Otaki. You can easily pass the day taking a stroll through one of the many villages which offer boutique shopping, cafes, restaurants and much more. Kapiti offers a relaxed lifestyle near the sea, but is still conveniently located close enough to the city for the commuter, located approximately 50 kilometres north of Wellington City, or makes a perfect weekend escape from the hustle and bustle. There is a well serviced train line which runs frequently between Wellington and Waikanae. Currently under construction is Transmission Gully which will further reduce the drive time to the capital. Kapiti Airport also offers domestic flights connecting you to Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city and connection point to international travel.

Marlborough

96 Market Street,
Blenheim
Blenheim
Situated at the very top of the South Island, Blenheim is the centre for our Marlborough team. Marlborough is made up of sounds, islands and peninsulas and is the connecting point to travel across the Cook Strait to the North Island. The Marlborough region offers great wineries and vineyards with their most popular wine being Sauvignon Blanc. Proving to be an attractive place to live, Marlborough has many stunning properties on offer, with demand for real estate increasing due to the high cost of living in Auckland. People are attracted to Marlborough for its many outdoor activities, whether it be hiking the Queen Charlotte Track or sea kayaking the intricate waterways of the Marlborough Sounds.

Masterton

122 Queen Street,
Masterton
Masterton
The Wairarapa office is located in the centre of Masterton’s CBD. As Masterton is the Wairarapa’s largest town, the location of the office ensures that those looking for property across the region are well serviced. Wairarapa is known for its vineyards, gourmet food, walking and cycling tails and vibrant arts scene – all within an hour’s drive to the capital city of Wellington. A popular destination for holiday makers as well as families who enjoy a slower pace of life and strong sense of community, Masterton was named ‘New Zealand’s Most Beautiful City in 2017’. It is the gateway to the Southern Wairarapa’s hot-spots of Greytown and Martinborough.

Napier Ahuriri

3/15 Hardinge Road,
Ahuriri
Ahuriri
As a satellite to our Napier office, our Ahuriri office houses a small team of dedicated real estate professionals. It’s location on the beach front of Ahuriri is perfectly located to assist those looking to purchase in this preeminent suburb, or the nearby locations of Napier Hill and Bay View. All of Napier was once called Ahuriri and was named for the great Maori chief Tu Ahuriri. One of the first areas to be settled in Napier, Ahuriri is undergoing a massive revival, with new bars, restaurants, cafés and stores making Ahuriri village a go-to destination in Napier. Ahuriri’s character and history is reflected in the eclectic mix of contemporary townhouses, industrial warehouses, cottages and premium waterfront homes. It’s quaint blend of residential, commercial, industrial and entertainment use harks back to its early days as a port settlement and proves an exciting and eclectic place to live.

Napier Central

157 Marine Parade,
Napier
Napier
Napier, the capital of the Hawke’s Bay province, is a popular destination for local, national and international visitors who enjoy the many attributes it has to offer, and use the city as the gateway to the Hawke’s Bay. The region has a thriving wine industry and Napier is home to New Zealand’s oldest winery – Mission Estate Winery. The region prides itself on exceptional and award winning wines with fine dining. Following a severe earthquake in the 1930s, Napier was rebuilt and today the town centre has a unique concentration of Art Deco architecture and is one of the most photographed tourist attractions in New Zealand. Our New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty Napier office is located on Marine Parade, a picturesque waterfront location in the centre of town. If you are a local or, like many others, are looking to make the move to this idyllic spot, our team in Napier have a fine selection of property on offer.

Nelson

Shop 1, 295 Trafalgar Street,
Nelson
Nelson
Our New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty Nelson office is located in down-town Nelson. As it is famous for being one of the sunniest regions in New Zealand, property has become very popular in Nelson for that very reason. With the Abel Tasman National Park on its doorstep, the Nelson area is perfect for outdoor activities – walking, hiking, biking or kayaking through crystal clear turquoise waters or relaxing on the many sandy beaches in the greater Tasman area. Whether you are looking to reside permanently in Nelson or purchase a holiday home like many other New Zealanders, our Nelson team have great property to showcase.

Palmerston North

176 Broadway Avenue,
Palmerston North
Palmerston North
Palmerston North is a vibrant city with a multicultural, family-friendly and creative community. The city centre has many attractions including Victoria Esplanade, a sprawling park with a duck pond and rose gardens. The city itself is only a short drive away from the picturesque Tararua and Ruahine Ranges which have the stunning Manawatu Gorge, with forested hills and native bushland.

Queenstown

1st Floor, Mountaineer Building, Cnr Shotover and Rees Streets,
Queenstown
Queenstown
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Queenstown is home to the New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty Head Office. Whether you’re looking to secure property in Queenstown as a home or for investment, our Queenstown team can offer assistance. The Lakes District is experiencing continued growth with new developments and improved infrastructure. Queenstown is also home to our luxury rental department, providers of Queenstown’s premium holiday accommodation. World famous for its spectacular scenery, Queenstown is nestled amongst the dramatic Remarkables Mountains and the crystal clear Lake Wakatipu. This alpine resort is known as the adventure capital of New Zealand offering every activity imaginable from skiing, jet boating, sky diving and bungy jumping as well as resorts, spas and many established wineries. Not only is Queenstown a popular wedding destination it’s also favoured for movie locations and features on big screen films including Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit.

Rotorua

1231 Ranolf Street,
Rotorua
Rotorua
The Rotorua office is situated on Ranolf Street in the central business district, surrounded by an array of world class natural attractions. Rotorua is a renowned for its abundance of resources including its natural geothermal activity with bubbling mud pools and regularly erupting geysers. It also boasts 18 sparking lakes and three major rivers, native and exotic forests, and naturally occurring hot springs and hot pools. With no shortage of opportunities for relaxation, action and adventure, Rotorua also has over 100 parks, reserves and gardens and over 150km of first class mountain biking trails. Rotorua’s central North Island location and easy connection to the greater Bay of Plenty region, as well as its wealth of natural beauty, are just some of the reasons Rotorua provides the perfect lifestyle for residents.

Taupo

72 Ruapehu Street,
Taupo
Taupo
Taupo is renowned as New Zealand’s ultimate playground, coveted as a holiday and lifestyle destination with the expansive Lake Taupo and its surrounding mountains providing the backdrop for the many leisure activities available to partake in, including trout-fishing, boating and skiing. The Taupo office is located in the centre of Taupo’s township, a year-round bustling hub of activity as holiday-makers make the most of everything Taupo has to offer. Taupo is also home to the impressive Huka Falls and is a fantastic region for year-round mountain biking on the Great Lake Trail, as well as hiking within the Tongariro National Park. A true lifestyle destination, Taupo is popular for those looking to maximise their lifestyle or simply relax and take in the stunning views of Lake Taupo

Tauranga

Level 1, 51 The Strand,
Tauranga
Tauranga
Tauranga has one of the most stunning waterfront settings in New Zealand. Sitting right on the water’s edge, Tauranga is well-known for its blue skies, warm climate, sparkling harbour and golden beaches. The Tauranga office is centrally located in a brand new building with uninterrupted views out to the harbour and beyond, just minutes from the city’s many restaurants and bars featuring local and international cuisine. Tauranga has a vibrant arts scene that is evident in the street art throughout the city and a strong economic hub, as home to many national and international businesses as well as New Zealand’s largest port, the Port of Tauranga. Located across the harbour from Tauranga, is the iconic Mount Maunganui, surrounded by the Pacific Ocean with one of New Zealand’s best beaches on one side of its peninsula, and the sheltered waters of Pilot Bay on the other. From walking tracks and waterfalls to golden beaches and ocean views, Tauranga offers an enviable lifestyle.

Waiheke Island

151 Oceanview Road,
Oneroa
Oneroa
Rated one of the Top 5 best destinations in the world to visit in 2016 by Lonely Planet, our office on Waiheke Island is situated in one of the best, ocean front locations in Oneroa. As the second largest island in the Hauraki Gulf it is only a 40 minute ferry trip to Auckland and is a popular destination for those wanting more space and an easy commute to and from the city of Auckland. The island boasts numerous high-quality vineyards, with restaurants to enjoy wine tours and local produce including Cable Bay, Mudbrick and Stonyridge. There are plenty of places to relax and enjoy the outdoors with a number of white sandy beaches including Oneroa, Palm Beach and Onetangi.

Wanaka

Level 1, 123 Ardmore Street,
Wanaka
Wanaka
The New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty Wanaka office is situated down town on Ardmore Street, close to the cafes, restaurants and Lake Wanaka. Easily accessible to those wanting information on real estate and the current market. Property in Wanaka and its surrounds is on high demand as its neighbour Queenstown continues to grow. A lively resort town with a relaxed vibe, Wanaka is home to the great outdoors. Offering extraordinary hiking trails in Mt Aspiring National Park during summer and Cardrona and Treble Cone ski fields in winter. The vibrant village sits next to Lake Wanaka and the South Island Southern Alps. A great destination for family holidays with many options of accommodation from camping to luxury rental homes. While here you can enjoy fishing, boating and even get lost in Puzzling World.

Wellington

18 Cable Street,
Wellington Central
Wellington Central
New Zealand’s capital city abounds with culture and the arts and so is a popular tourist destination and one of the biggest cities in the North Island. It is also host to the Wellington Rugby Team, the Hurricanes, and is said to have more bars and restaurants per capita than New York. Due to the regions beautiful scenery, the famous Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies were all filmed in locations in and around Wellington and this is also where Peter Jackson’s successful Weta Workshop is. Tourists and locals can take a historic trip on the Cable Car around the Botanic Gardens and down to Parliament House and the Beehive, with a visit to Te Papa Museum also a must.
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