One of the most important things you should consider when purchasing a house is the local amenities. Whether it’s a quality local gym, a fantastic town centre or just a decent bite to eat, there’s no shortage of things to do, see or eat in Helensville. But if you’re a traveller at heart, or visiting family and friends Auckland-wide, then good public transport should be top of the list. Thankfully, there’s no shortage of that in Helensville either.
Until recently, Helensville residents have relied on the 125 or the 125X to travel to and from Westgate and Helensville (via Kumeu, Huapai and Parakai). This is a seven-day a week service operated by Auckland Transport. The 125X is an express service which runs during peak times into and out of the Auckland CBD via the motorway – handy for those inner-city workers.
On 24 February 2019, the 128 bus service commenced as part of a transport initiative by the Rodney Local Board. The new service comes, in part, as a response to the steady population growth in the Rodney District, and which is expected to continue into the future. The 128 service runs every 90 minutes, seven days a week, between Helensville and Hibiscus Coast Station via Kaukapakapa and Waitoki and connects to the wider Auckland public transport network.
The best part? All three services stop on Rautawhiri Road outside Kaipara College (stop 4904), meaning commuters are just a five-minute stroll from Parkview, Helensville. Easy.
Head to the Generation Homes on-site information hub at the Parkview Development and find out more about their 100% fixed-price house and land packages on offer.
If you’re interested in purchasing a stage 1 or 1a section at Parkview Helensville, now’s the time to make your move. With titles now issued and construction just around the corner, securing your spot is crucial.
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