New Zealand’s most beautiful town offers great value and affordability for home buyers. Just ask the locals and all the newcomers to the area. They’re loving the relaxed lifestyle and the convenience of finding everything they need just around the corner.
Our central location provides a convenient place for commuters, transportation and weekend getaways. All the local amenities are second to none. The town and country ambience, with hundreds of community groups and clubs to get involved with, all adds to a great work-life balance.
The town centre’s iconic heritage buildings now sit comfortably among new developments and buildings. This is mirrored in the domestic housing market too.
While the sprawling new residential developments are pushing up median prices, the town still offers great value and affordability for home buyers.
Here there is something for everyone, from leafy streets with classic kiwi homesteads, to contemporary builds in new subdivisions. There are country lifestyle properties in the surrounding district, and villas in the retirement and lifestyle villages in town.
Feilding’s median house price in October 2018 was $370,000 while New Zealand’s national median house price was $562,000.
For the first time, in three decades, Feilding has started to occasionally overtake Palmerston North in median house prices, highlighting a significant shift in the market.
Part of the reason is, people who move to Feilding tend to stay!
And it’s not hard to work out why.
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