Discover an established area dominated by brick and tile homes built in the 70s. Close to Chartwell Shopping Centre, Porritt Stadium, local pools, the river and the soon to be completed Ruakura Inland Port.
Uncover popular, established suburbs, close to the city, Te Rapa, The Base, the Waikato River, Ranfurly Park and various sporting facilities. There are a mix of older homes here built between 1900s to 1950s and many have been renovated and modernised.
This region south of the CBD is compiled of mostly medium to low-density housing with some subdivided lots and infill housing in areas closer to the city. Not far from the CBD, the Waikato Hospital and Hamilton Gardens.
Dinsdale is a popular area with elevated streets and homes, and city views. Most homes were built in the 70s. Dinsdale Mall, local shops and eateries are nearby, along with Bremworth Park and Parklands Golf Club.
Nawton is an affordable suburb close to the city centre with local shops and cafes, open fields and the Hamilton Zoo just around the corner. It is a closely-knit community with easy-care sections and generally low maintenance housing.
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Frankton is one of Hamilton’s oldest suburbs and features many character cottages as well as new townhouses. A variety of shops are available, including Frankton’s open-air mall and markets. Notable Hamilton businesses, such as Gallaghers and Woolrest, had their beginnings here.