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Welcome to
71 Hendon,
Mt Albert.

Set in the up-and-coming new Owairaka precinct, the streets will soon be lined with new homes and gardens.

With the recently beautified Oakley Creek reserve and it’s stunning walkways you are in the heart of one of Auckland’s most stunning natural environments. The Oakley stream and walkway leading to a breathtaking 6-metre-high natural waterfall is part of the huge investment to restore this area. Parks, cycleways, sports fields and picnic spots encourage you to utilise the great outdoors right on your new doorstep!

Our development takes pride in supporting the restoration of this stunning natural environment contributing to the 15kms of streams and natural beauty right on the doorstep.

The Development

  • 71 Hendon Avenue, Mt Albert
  • Architecturally designed apartments
  • Fully Landscaped
  • Centrally located between Mt Eden and Avondale
  • Titles and CCC have been achieved, ready for move in

Key Features

  • Seamless Open Plan Living
  • Designer Kitchen
  • Double glazed windows and sliding doors
  • Homestar 6 rated apartments
  • Panasonic heat pumps for heating and cooling
  • Options for your own outdoor garden area


Built For
Modern Living

Built around a large central courtyard, designed by the award winning landscape architect, Mel Robinson Design her pallet choices draw on the natural local beauty ensuring a “cultural and historical continuity”. Somewhere to relax; recharge, rest or get to know your neighbours, the courtyard truly is the heart of 71 Hendon.

Perfect for first home buyers, working professionals and investors alike, these homes will be built to exacting standards with a 6 Homestar NZBC rating to give you confidence they will not only look great but are warm and dry too.

With over 500 mostly apartment style homes designed and built in the last 4 years we are experts in construction of affordable housing, so your new home is built with our experience.

Located a mere 9kms from the CBD set in an up and coming fresh look Mt Albert, 71 Hendon offers 30 architecturally designed apartments in a bouquet development adjacent to the Alan Wood Reserve. Priced to meet the Market.

Environmentally conscious and drawing on the surrounding natural environment; these apartments are contemporary, fresh and “current” while retaining a look that will remain classic for decades to come. Importantly, they are sunny, well thought out to maximise the sun and outdoors for classic kiwi living. 71 Hendon apartments embody a “home and neighbourhood” ethos drawing on a colour pallete and materials choice that express a sensitivity to nature and the surrounding environment.















What’s in the



Alan Wood Reserve boarders the Hendon Ave development and is a wide shared path, with plenty of space and activities for family adventures. The path is well sign-posted and is great for walking, cycling and children riding bikes and scooters.

Approximately 74,000 natives were planted in the Valonia Wetland Reserve. Some include flax and long grasses, tōtara and kahikatea. These provide a habitat for pied stilts, ducks, pūkeko and other birds. Venture over the iconic arch bridge of Te Whitinga (The Crossing) which spans State Highway 20 at the southern end of the Waterview tunnels.

Check out the great recreation activities around Kūkūwai Park and Valonia Reserve. Throw a ball around, kick a few goals or take advantage of the sand-turf pitches and volleyball court. Intermediate and advanced level skaters will love the rails, bowls, boxes and terraces.


  • Mokomoko Bridge – named after the native copper skinks found in the area
  • Tuna Roa Bridge – referring to the shape of the park being similar to that of the protected Longfin eel)
  • Raupō Bridge – named after the bulrushes, large-grass like plants commonly found in wetlands


Ōwairaka is a well-connected neighbourhood that has a highly-regarded school and kindergarten, an abundance of public parks, and a proud sporting history.

The neighbourhood is only eight kilometres from the central city, which is easily accessible via public transport, including a frequent bus service along New North Road. The Waterview connection (SH20) also passes by the area, allowing residents quick access to Auckland Airport and other main transport routes.

Ōwairaka District School (years 1-6) and Ōwairaka Kindergarten have both received excellent reports from the Education Review Office, and the neighbourhood is a short distance from other schools.

Ōwairaka has plenty of green space to get outdoors and enjoy nature. Alan Wood Reserve, Murray Halberg Park, Underwood Park and Hendon Park are located in and around the area. Mt Albert and the Ōwairaka Domain are within walking distance, as are the Valonia and Ōwairaka skate parks.


The Waterview Shared Path is around 3.4km long. From Alan Wood reserve off New North Road, it follows the route of Te Auaunga/Oakley Creek to connect with Great North Road and features three new bridges. It is accessible from several points along the way, including Phyllis Reserve and the Unitec campus. Waterview Shared Path adds to Auckland’s growing cycling and walking network, connecting with the north-western cycle route along SH16 and with shared paths to Onehunga and New Lynn.

Following Te Auaunga (Oakley Creek), this path has heaps of things to do. There’s playgrounds, parks, a waterfall, iconic bridges, skate parks and a basketball court. Suitable for a family ride, scootering or just walking, this path offers a range of different things to do
and see.



Westfield St Lukes, is one of the big three shopping centres in the western suburbs of Auckland and is a hub of cafes, restaurants and retail stores. It also includes an 8 screen cinema complex. With a diverse mix of choices, St Lukes has something for everyone. A Countdown store is also located within the vicinity.



A light and bright daytime eatery that feels like a welcoming and relaxed place to grab a coffee or a bite to eat. Serving a mixture of old school classics with a smattering of Asian-fusion dishes. The likes of eggs Benedict, shakshuka and a salmon lox bagel sit side-by-side with a sticky pork belly bowl, nasi goreng, and a tonkatsu karaage chicken burger.



Oakley Creek (also known as Te Auaunga) is one of Auckland’s longest urban streams, flowing from Hillsborough through Mt Roskill, Owairaka and Waterview to the Waitematā Harbour. The creek’s rich Māori and European heritage, and abundance of native and exotic flora and fauna makes it an important natural asset.

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