In this region, you'll find affordable suburbs with many investment properties, first homes, and state properties built between the 50s and 70s.
Land lots are typically large with some lots subdivided. Local restaurants, cafes and amenities are nearby at Five Cross Roads. Fairfield Park and Ranfurly Park are in the area too, along with a few sporting clubs. The Ruakura Inland Port will be close by once construction is complete.
Fairfield - $57,300 to over $81,400 Enderley North - Less than $46,700 Enderley South - $57,300 to $67,900 Fairview Downs - $67,900 to $81,400
Fairfield became part of Hamilton in 1949 and is named after the dairy farm of John Davies, who bought 100 acres from F. R. Claude. Enderley’s suburb name was supposedly inspired by postman Edward Shoard’s house—which was named Enderley. Southwell School on Peachgrove Road was founded in 1911. Tramway Road, which runs through the east side of Enderley, was originally a proposed tram line. Like Fairfield, Enderley joined Hamilton in 1949.
Fairview Downs, meanwhile, was developed in stages. The area south of Powells Road was developed in the 1960s while north of Powells Road became housing in the 70s.
Key attractions and notable landmark
The Fairfield Bridge crosses the Waikato River, connecting Fairfield to Beerescourt.
This area is home to large properties built in the 1950s by the state to house Hamilton’s growing population.
Shopping and amenities
Five Cross Roads has a number of shops in an open mall and strip shopping style. Convenience shops can also be found in Heaphy Terrace and at Davies Corner. Locals recommend the local produce from the Vege King on Heaphy Terrace.
Fairfield Park has a playground, a skatepark, wide open spaces for soccer, netball, basketball, rugby and cricket, plus four tennis courts. Ranfurly Park also offers a playground and a delightful gully walk from Balloch Street through to Casey Ave. Enderley Park has a playground and a rugby field, while Raymond Park has facilities for cricket and soccer.
You’ll also find playgrounds at Pountney Park, Carrs Park, and Northolt Park.