Where affordability meets desirability.
Clevedon Meadows’ sections offer all of the benefits of connected country living at a surprisingly affordable price tag.
Your investment in a home at Clevedon Meadows will be protected by carefully curated covenants and design guidelines, ensuring a thoughtful and well-designed development that retains a rural village ambience.
Native planting will complement the stylish homes and pay homage to the area’s natural landscape, farmland heritage and views across tree-lined meadows and tree-laden hills.
Where beautiful surroundings meet boutique cuisine.
Clevedon Village and the surrounding coast and country represent rural New Zealand at its best. Discover the area’s stunning scenery, boutique foods and wines, rich history and country charm, where the pace is gentle and the life is good.
Clevedon’s two Sunday markets are renowned. Wander up the road from your new home to pick up fresh, artisan produce and delicious homemade foods at the Clevedon Farmers Market, or arts, crafts and jewellery at the Clevedon Village Market. Afterwards, enjoy boutique wines over Sunday lunch at one of the area’s wineries, dining al fresco overlooking the vines.
Despite its boutique size, Clevedon offers a full complement of shops, including a local co-op selling the freshest produce, a family pharmacy, gift shops, art galleries, a florist and a hairdresser. A popular craft brewery garden and a character café are great places to meet new friends, while a range of takeaways are just around the corner if you don’t have time to cook.
Where rural villages meet modern amenities.
Clevedon Meadows is perfectly poised between the coast and many of East Auckland’s country towns and villages. You’ll be far from the madding crowds, yet close to everything that matters.
Where countryside meets seaside.
Within ten minutes’ drive is one of Auckland’s best-kept secrets, the beautiful Pohutukawa Coast. Stretching from Whitford to Duders Regional Park, this stunning coastline offers spectacular scenery and sea views, safe swimming beaches, shady picnic spots, fishing off the rocks and boat access to the Hauraki Gulf.Swimming, kayaking, sailing, cycling, mountain biking, golf and a wonderful coastal walking or cycling trail – not to mention amenities, stores and cafes – make this a popular destination for those fortunate enough to live close by.