Available PropertyFiles:

  • 164 Peachgrove Road - DC - NZ Titles LINZ RT Search With Diagram - RT SA45C 375.pdf
  • 174 Peachgrove Road (2) - DC - NZ Titles LINZ RT Search With Diagram - RT SA4B 521.pdf
  • 174 Peachgrove Road - DC - NZ Titles LINZ RT Search With Diagram - RT SA1C 1205.pdf
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  • Goetech Assesment- Sunningdale Village 18-0141-1.pdf
  • Selwyn Consent HCC.pdf

Property Description

We are excited to present a rare and exceptional development opportunity in the thriving heart of Kirikiriroa Hamilton. Comprising a total of 14,518 sqm across three titles, this prime real estate package includes 174 Peachgrove Road which is ready for immediate development with a live consent to build 33 dwellings, and 164 Peachgrove Road which will become available upon completion of the vendors' new facility.

This strategic location is perfectly positioned to the east of Hamilton CBD, ensuring easy access to city amenities and business hubs. All just a short walk from Hamilton Boys High School and Southwell School, and in close proximity to supermarkets, retirement homes, and the bustling Five Cross Roads shopping area, making it an ideal spot for family-oriented residential development.

174 Peachgrove Road already has consent for 33 dwellings, offering immediate and lucrative development prospects.
Hamilton is one of New Zealand's fastest-growing cities, with a strong economy, vibrant community, and a high demand for quality housing. The city's strategic location and excellent infrastructure make it a hotspot for property investors looking for substantial returns.

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Terms of Supply

1. THE VENDOR - TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1.1 Access to these due diligence files is strictly on the basis of the terms below. The action of accessing the contents is deemed confirmation of acceptance of these terms by the accessing party.
2. Confidentiality and Publication
2.1 Only bone fide potential purchasers and their professional advisors may access the information in the due diligence room (the “accessing party”). The information may not be accessed or used for any purpose other than for considering (or assisting a potential purchaser to consider) whether to make an offer to the Vendor for the purchase of the property.
2.2 The accessing party acknowledges and agrees that the information in the due diligence room is confidential to the Vendor.
2.3 Neither the whole nor any part of the information in or referenced in the due diligence room may be included in any document , circular or statement without the prior written approval of the Vendor (except as permitted under paragraph 2.5). The accessing party acknowledges that if any information in the due diligence room is included in a document, circular or statement without the Vendor’s prior written approval, the Vendor may suffer loss. Accordingly the accessing party who disseminates such information will be liable for any direct or indirect loss suffered or incurred by the Vendor.
2.4 No document or information in the due diligence room or any reference to them may be disseminated in any way by an accessing party, except to their professional advisors for the purpose of assisting a potential purchaser in deciding whether to make an offer to purchase the property. The accessing party undertakes to use all reasonable endeavours to ensure that the professional advisor (or potential purchaser, as the case may be) who receives the information from the accessing party agrees to adhere to these terms of access.
3. Disclaimer
3.1 The material contained in this due diligence room has been prepared by the Vendor and its advisors, solely for the information of potential purchasers to assist them in deciding whether to purchase the specified property.
3.2 It is intended to be general information only and specialist advice should be sought by any potential purchaser on all matters. The information provided by the Vendor’s advisors has been prepared for, and provided to, the Vendor and not to any accessing party or potential purchaser. The contents of this due diligence room does not constitute advice to potential purchasers and should not be relied upon as such.
3.3 No warranty is given, or representation made, by the Vendor or its advisors, as to the correctness, completeness, or sufficiency of any material that is in the due diligence room. Potential purchasers should make their own independent investigations so as to satisfy themselves as to the correctness, completeness and sufficiency of the material. The Vendor and its advisors do not assume any liability for any loss which is, or may be caused, by any error, omission, or misstatement (whether negligent or otherwise) which is attributable to documents or information in the due diligence room.
3.4 The material in the due diligence room does not form part of any offer or contract and is intended as information only. Any offer made may be subject to negotiation and will be subject to acceptance by the Vendor (at the Vendor’s absolute discretion).
3.5 The Vendor reserves the right in its sole discretion to postpone or cancel the proposed sale of the property. The Vendor reserves the right to sell the property to any party in such component parts, at such price and on such terms as it sees fit.
4. Additions and Changes to the Due Diligence Room
4.1 The Vendor has full and absolute discretion to add to, amend or replace any material that is in the due diligence room in full or part at any time. Neither the Vendor (nor the Vendor’s advisors) accepts any responsibility for the content of, or changes to, any document or changes to the due diligence room itself that may affect or qualify any of the information provided.
4.2 Bayleys will use reasonable endeavours to place notifications within the due diligence room of documents added, removed, altered or modified from time to time, but potential purchasers are advised to check regularly for any such changes.
5. Questions and Answers Process
5.1 Any party may submit written questions to Bayleys during the due diligence phase. Bayleys and/or the Vendor will endeavour to answer such questions; however, any questions and answers provided by Bayleys or the Vendor may, at the Vendor’s sole discretion, be made available to all parties accessing the due diligence room.

Contact David Cashmore

Success Realty Ltd

Licensed REAA 2008

021943305   david.cashmore@bayleys.co.nz   All Listings

David Cashmore’s name is constantly in the top 5% of Bayleys agents (New Zealand wide) and is synonymous with luxury homes around the Waikato, and for good reason. He has sold over $200 million in property since he turned his hand to real estate some 10 years ago. Of the homes that he has listed, 40 have been located either on the perimeter of Hamilton Lake or on River Road and around 70 have sold for more than $1 million.

A shareholder in the Realty Group (the umbrella company which owns Bayleys, Eves and Rothbury in the Waikato and Bay of Plenty), David consistently ranks as the #1 or #2 agent in Hamilton. He is the expert that more and more vendors are entrusting with the sale of their fine homes and it’s not hard to see why.

A professional in every sense of the word, David takes pride in working with vendors in a very open and respectful manner. He believes that every home has a captivating story just waiting to be told, and, has the uncanny ability to find and tell this story in a most compelling way.

The twists and turns of a typical real estate journey - particularly in a volatile or uncertain market - require an astute and experienced guide. David is the guide that experienced property experts around the Waikato return to, time and time again. Why? Because he delivers where it counts.

David’s connections are quite simply unparalleled and his negotiation skills are second to none. Where other agents fly on autopilot, delivering a one-size-fits-all service and relying heavily on on expensive marketing strategies, David takes a more personal approach. He knows the value of a bespoke service and takes the time to develop marketing plans that are tailored precisely to each individual client, engaging professionals along the way to ensure a polished result every time.

He also knows the power of having the right conversations with the right people at the right time – favoring this approach (however time consuming it can be) to hiding behind a computer and firing off emails. He often succeeds in finding buyers others can’t quite simply because he takes the time to have these conversations.

With a knack for problem-solving on the fly, David is also unflappable by nature and adept at providing practical solutions when challenges arise.

It is this combination of skills which saw him succeed in many other business ventures before real estate. Passionate about cars as a young boy, David began his career as an automative engineer which led to the co-ownership of Cashmore Motors (a vehicle retail and importing business). He then moved into one of his other passions, tennis, as a professional tennis coach and built a a thriving coaching business with attached retail store. He was named NZ Tennis Coach of the Year in 2001 and also developed, promoted and managed three international tennis tournaments (the ATP Tour in 2000, 2001 and 2002). He also started a nationwide distribution company for sports goods called Advantage Sports.

On a more personal note, as a born and bred Hamiltonian, David is a passionate advocate for the city and is excited about its future development. He and his wife Wendy have loved raising their two children here in the Waikato, taking full advantage of the outdoors at every opportunity. Committed to an active lifestyle (and not afraid of a physical challenge or two!) when David’s not at work, chances are he’ll be off the beaten track somewhere atop his beloved mountain bike.