Khandallah, Wellington – The Property Managers Guide

You have to dig under the well manicured lawns and well groomed people to see just how cool Khandallah is.

Khandallah has spectacular views of the city, harbour and Orongorongo mountain range. It’s a leafy suburb, with stately old houses, official embassy residences and many new properties. I have very much enjoyed my life here over the last 6 years.

— Jannette, Khandallah resident of 6 years

The village of Khandallah is a popular location, in that it holds various facilities, such as a supermarket, restaurants, a dairy and a pub.

 

The northeastern part of the suburb is dominated by a large area of parkland, which stretches north towards Johnsonville. Three parks that make up this reserve land total almost 2 square km of the slopes of Mount Kaukau. The summit of this 445-metre peak, which is topped by Wellington’s main television transmitter tower, provides impressive views of the harbour. Khandallah has a reputation for being one of the most affluent of Wellington’s suburbs. The village of Khandallah is a popular location, in that it holds various facilities, such as a supermarket, restaurants, a dairy and a pub. Box Hill was named after a sentry post that was established in 1846. During the peak development of Khandallah itself, much focus was put into Torwood Road.

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