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MacFarlane Street

MacFarlane Street in Hamilton East is situated on the perimeter of the 1930s pocket of state housing known as...

MacFarlane Street in Hamilton East is situated on the perimeter of the 1930s pocket of state housing known as Hayes Paddock.

With its proximity to the river, university, central city, and Hamilton East’s restaurants and cafés, it is highly desirable for any homeowner wanting to relocate to this attractive tree-lined suburb characterised by 20th century bungalows and villas.The site, which runs between MacFarlane and Graham Streets, was once a thriving seedling nursery; however it had not operated for more than a decade; with numerous old derelict buildings and glass houses now abandoned requiring a large number of buildings and structures to be disposed of.

When the 5264m2 site came up for auction, Blue Wallace Surveyors were contracted to undertake the due diligence work, and then to manage the development of the site including design, consenting, construction, legal surveying and completion right through to the issue of titles.

As it was defined in Hamilton’s District Plan as a heritage precinct, all care had to be taken to work within the guidelines to maintain the character of the area. The residential blocks were strategically located within the Lot to comply with Council guidelines for driveway width, without compromising a north facing position. Right of ways were created on both McFarlane and Graham Streets.

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