The Most Beautiful Views in Central Auckland
29th Nov 2022
Graced by two harbours and nestled between the Hauraki Gulf and Hunua Ranges, Central Auckland is surrounded by ocean and lush volcanic rainforests. With a climate that lends itself to outdoor living for large swathes of the year, this contemporary city was founded in 1840. Central Auckland is a bustling metropolis with a wide range of cultural and creative attractions, and at The Foundation, we are blessed with the most beautiful views in central Auckland.
Imagine a luxury retirement village that encompasses the best that Auckland offers and will include onsite amenities such as a state-of-the-art gymnasium, swimming pool, billiards room, spa services, and a hair salon. The Foundation is an elegant choice for senior living that incorporates care with class. Read on to discover more about the Parnell retirement village that is elevating ageing to an art form.
Mount Victoria, Devonport
Perched next to the stunning Auckland Domain, The Foundation luxury retirement village allows you to take advantage of all the best parts of urban living—whilst providing a sanctuary with the best views in central Auckland.
Sections of this retirement apartment Parnell accommodation look north towards Mt Victoria, Devonport, taking in the panorama of the harbour. With world-class events on your doorstep, when you reside at the Foundation, you can choose to enjoy the bustle of the city day or night.
Devonport is Auckland’s favourite seaside escape, accessible with a pleasant ferry trip from the Auckland City Centre. Take in the Devonport Museum, walk the art trail or while away the day at the boutiques along Victoria Road. This is a city living at its best, with a sea breeze and everything you could want at your fingertips.
The world is your oyster when you retire at The Foundation Parnell retirement village. You can take a stroll to the Parnell Markets, enjoy restaurants, galleries, and premium shopping within walking distance, or stay in and take advantage of the superb facilities.
As you cast your eyes to the south from our Parnell retirement village, you can take in majestic Mt Eden, an ancient fortified pa; this part of Auckland is known for its leafy streets and verdant gardens. The volcanic soil that makes up much of the Auckland isthmus lays a perfect foundation for the Mt Eden centre. You will find gorgeous European-style eateries and delicatessens, craft markets and organic grocers, all within easy reach of The Foundation luxury retirement village.
Included in the most beautiful views in central Auckland, the Parnell retirement village also looks over Westhaven Marina. Considered a mecca for seafarers, Westhaven Marina waterfront invites a Sunday ride for electric bike enthusiasts.
Built in the 1940s, Westhaven Marina is a key touchstone for New Zealand's international sailing legacy, giving nautically minded Kiwi’s a perfect start on the water.
At The Foundation luxury retirement village, under development now in Parnell, you can enjoy the finer things in life. Along with access to a chauffeured vehicle service to deliver you to events in the city, you can also take advantage of many easy walks across Auckland.
If you want to spend an evening in with a game of billiards or book the private on-site chef to cater a meal at your designer residence, you may want to work up an appetite on the trail that stretches between Achilles Point and St Heliers. Think of a languid 2.1 km walk followed by a hot tub or enjoying the views out to the point from your retirement apartment in Parnell.
Get in Touch
The Foundation offers a premium location with the most beautiful views in Central Auckland. With the stunning Auckland Domain as your playground, this new Parnell retirement village will combine elegant design with upscale amenities and boutique care.
Get in touch through our website to learn more about being part of a retirement revolution, or book a virtual walk-through of the Foundation.
Retire artfully with The Foundation, a Generus Living Group luxury retirement village.
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