KINGSLAND

Kingsland is a clever mix of quaint and quirky, and effortlessly cool. Whether you’re into the stylish bars, busy cafes on the strip or its close proximity to Eden Park, this is a suburb quickly losing its working-class roots. Excellent local secondary schools like Auckland Girls' Grammar School and Mt Albert Grammar School put you in the zone.

AGENT'S INSIGHTS
Hidden gems from our agents

There’s no better Friday night than going to Papa’s Pizza on Sandringham Rd, before the big game at Eden Park. 

Neighbourhood Favourites

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Kingsland Railway Station

An icon of Kingsland, being part of the Western Line in Auckland, take note of this station; it’s a vital destination if you’re heading to Eden Park for a match.
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Neighbourhood Bar

In the heart of Kingsland, Neighbourhood Bar offers a range of excellent craft beer, wines and yummy food in a relaxed and fun atmosphere. Being close to Eden Park makes it the perfect starting point before heading to a game, or enjoy watching from one of their big screens. Frequently a spot for DJ’s to jam, this will quickly become your neighbourhood favourite too!
For more details visit www.neighbourhood.co.nz
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St Vincent De Paul – Kingsland Centre

Those who love heading to the local op-shop and sifting through for some hidden gems – this is your local place. Part of the Society of St Vincent de Paul, they are dedicated to helping those in need, funded primarily from on-selling donated quality goods; you know your money is well spent and supports a worthy cause.
For more details visit www.svdp.org.nz
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The Fridge

Bret from our Mt Eden office swears by coffee at The Fridge! With a statement like “Because life is too short for mediocre food”, you know it’s going to be a hit. Serving all-day breakfast, as well as a lunch and kids menu, there’s something for everyone.
For more details visit www.thefridgecafe.co.nz
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Venosa

Venosa is Kingsland’s Italian gem, with “eat pasta - drink wine” their motto. Authentic dishes, delicious aromas waft from the kitchen and their recipes have been passed down through the family, who originate from Venosa, Italy. You must try one of their platters!
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Primary School

Kowhai Intermediate School

Established in 1922 Kowhai Intermediate proudly state that they were New Zealand’s first intermediate school. Through the core values of learning to learn, quality teachers, attention to literacies, personalised learning, fun and challenge, Kowhai Intermediate offers a fantastic transitional environment for kids between primary and secondary school.
For more details visit www.kowhai.school.nz
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Newton Central School

Proud to be “celebrating difference, diversity and success”, Newton Central School is a hidden gem of Auckland inner city. The core pillar of representing a vibrant and diverse community, reflected in the children who attend, set this school apart. They strive for quality teaching and learning, and are 100% committed to guiding their students to reach their full potential.
For more details visit www.newton.school.nz
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Independent Schools

St Mary's College

Located on Ponsonby Hill, St Mary’s College offers a quality education to young women from Year 7 to Year 13, as a Catholic integrated school. With co-curricular opportunities, they aim to send their students away with a strong sense of self-belief and confidence.
For more details visit www.stmaryak.school.nz
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St Paul’s College

In the heart of Ponsonby St Paul’s College is a Roman Catholic school for young men from Year 7 to Year 13. A well-rounded education with an emphasis on academic achievement and leadership, as well as participating in extracurricular activities, is pivotal to this school. The students come from diverse cultures, and the principal and staff are dedicated to helping the students reach their full potential.
For more details visit www.stpaulscollege.co.nz
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St Peter’s College

Established in 1939, St Peter’s College offers a Catholic education from Year 7 to Year 13, for over 1200 boys, coming from all over Auckland. Educating boys in the Catholic faith, St Peter’s College challenges its students to reach their full potential in cultural, sporting and academic spheres. A strong basis in community, they encourage their education to go beyond the student, to embrace the entire family.
For more details visit www.st-peters.school.nz
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