3 Kaipiho Lane, Albany
- This location has been autonomously mapped, it may not be exact.
Basically New 2 Bedroom
When buying an apartment, there are always three points you need to focus on -
1. Location -
Development on the Shore is ensuring the area becomes one of the most sought-after areas in Auckland. OKLA at 3 Kaipiho lane is right in what is one of the central hubs of the North Shore, while only a few minute's walk to Albany bus station, meaning you're far closer to Auckland city than you think. That will mean only one thing for future values in this area.
Already we're seeing buyers request apartments close to buses as they're ditching the car over worries about how expensive petrol is getting. This is only going to get more common.
2. Building -
Haydn & Rollett Construction was the main contractor for the complex. Established in 1946 on the Shore, they have a history of successful builds. This well-maintained complex also has relatively low outgoings. It can't be stressed how important that is to have a well run complex.
3. The Apartment -
Spacious and on the third floor. It's individually crafted to a high standard the interior of this apartment will not disappoint with wooden floors in the main living area leading you onto the large deck, ideal for those who need some outdoor space. Facing north too which is always highly sought after in the complex.
Easy to rent out, and in an area where values are as secure as any to continue moving the right way.
Get in touch today to secure a private one-on-one viewing!
Note: 1. Some photos used are of a similar unit in the same complex, some furniture may be different. Speak to agent for details. 2. While the second bedroom may be used as a bedroom it is legally considered a study.
Facts & Features
Disclaimer: Apartment Specialist are often asked to give information as to the area or dimensions of properties, including rooms, decks and patios. Apartment Specialists sources such information from third party sources (for example Council records, building management records) and passes this on; unfortunately it is not uncommon for such information to be inaccurate. If exact and accurate sizes or dimensions is an important factor in your decision then you as Purchaser must make your own independent enquiry from your own chosen expert (for example a registered valuer).