Oceanside has been in the hearts and minds of many local people for a long time now. Respecting the location and significance of this special piece of land is central to the unique vision for this development. This magnificent block sits beyond The Links subdivision, beside the ocean, and next to the manicured greens of New Plymouth Golf Club.
This is currently the only residentially consented waterfront property within the New Plymouth city boundary, moments from the Coastal Walkway and Te Rewa Rewa bridge. The uninterrupted views are simply breathtaking up the coastline to Kawhia in the north, back to the city and the Sugar Loaves to the West, and across the Golf Club to Taranaki Maunga in the South.
Oceanside will comprise of 9 lots in Stage 1. The lots vary in size from approximately 1,100 to 11,000 square metres and will be enhanced by native planting to ensure the integrity of the land both environmentally and aesthetically. The planting plan is integral to the granting of consent for this development, with a committed focus to using local flora and fauna to protect the dune area and encourage the return of native birdlife to this habitat. Meticulous planning and design will ensure that all homes at Oceanside will nestle into the landscape enhancing the outlook from the Coastal Walkway. Our aim is to minimise the construction footprint with controls on design and materials to protect all that live and play in the area. Each home will be confined to a ‘curtilage area’ that provides for privacy whilst maximising views for each landowner.
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Oceanside Waiwhakaiho is accessed from the end of Pebble Beach Court off Links Drive in Waiwhakaiho, New Plymouth.
- 20 meters from the Coastal Walkway and New Plymouth Golf Club
- 50 meters from the ocean’s edge
- 1km from Te Rewa Rewa Bridge
- 2 minutes drive from Bell Block Village and Bell Block Primary School
- 5 minutes drive from New Plymouth Airport
- 5 minutes drive from The Valley Shopping Precinct
- 10 minutes drive from downtown New Plymouth