The gateway to the north. Northshore or formerly known as Shore city or as people still call it simply “The Shore” is definitely one of the busiest suburb in Auckland. With a population of 205,608 as of 2021, North Shore is a melting pot of diversity of all ages, race and groups. It is a thriving community of both fast paced living and casual lifestyle with its perfect blend of Residential houses and booming business complexes that is ever growing and expanding. If you’re in for a laidback lifestyle, take a wander through the white sandy beaches and lively cafes of Takapuna, stroll through the historical sites of Devonport or go for a serene saunter in the reserves and parks situated along North Shore, the choice is limitless. With a mix of both residential and business property, North Shore has shown a staggering rise of median prices with Sunnynook leading the charge with a year-on-year increase of 16% from $997,300 to $1,156,700. Hillcrest is close behind, up from $1,058,400 to $1,218,050, a rise of 15.1%. Beach Haven is up by 13.7% from $912,000 to $1,037,100 and Glenfield increased by 13.4%, from $898,600 to $934,350. Property investment in North Shore has been tagged as “good as gold” and had always yielded good returns for those who are in the market.
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