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Titirangi

Titirangi is an area like no other in Auckland, the gateway to the city’s most beautiful and famous natural attractions.


Recent Sales

Titirangi, 244 Konini Road

244 Konini Road

11 April 2022
$1,400,000


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Titirangi, 52 Paturoa Road

52 Paturoa Road

28 January 2022
$1,800,000


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2

1

Titirangi, 90 Takahe Road

90 Takahe Road

19 January 2022
$1,740,000


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2

4

Titirangi, 15 Tawini Road

15 Tawini Road

20 December 2021
$1,710,000


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2

2

Titirangi, 761 South Titirangi Road

761 South Titirangi Road

16 December 2021
$2,250,000


6

3

2

Titirangi, 2 De Val Drive

2 De Val Drive

15 December 2021
$1,343,000


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2

3

Titirangi, 308 Huia Road

308 Huia Road

15 December 2021
$1,220,000


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1

3

Titirangi, 64 Otitori Bay Road

64 Otitori Bay Road

26 November 2021
$1,985,000


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3

2

Titirangi, 50 Wood Bay Road

50 Wood Bay Road

3 November 2021
$1,330,000


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1

2

Titirangi, 215 Konini Road

215 Konini Road

27 October 2021
$2,500,000


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2

5

Titirangi, 46 Otitori Bay Rd

46 Otitori Bay Rd

20 October 2021
$1,915,000


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2

Titirangi, 18 De Val Drive

18 De Val Drive

20 October 2021
$1,980,000


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1

1

Titirangi, 188 Woodlands Park Road

188 Woodlands Park Road

14 October 2021
$1,300,000


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2

4

Titirangi, 648 South Titirangi Road

648 South Titirangi Road

11 October 2021
$2,100,000


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2

4

Titirangi, 48 Daffodil Street

48 Daffodil Street

30 August 2021


5

2

Titirangi, 24 Valley Road

24 Valley Road

4 August 2021


3

2

4

Titirangi, 49 Chamari Close

49 Chamari Close

14 July 2021
$1,679,000


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2

4

Titirangi, 4 Aydon Road

4 Aydon Road

16 June 2021
$1,145,000


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2

Titirangi, 26 Mahoe Road

26 Mahoe Road

19 May 2021
$885,000


3

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Titirangi, 12 Tainui Road

12 Tainui Road

21 April 2021
$950,000


3

1

1

Titirangi, 53 Takahe Road

53 Takahe Road

14 April 2021
$1,305,000


3

2

4

Titirangi, 20 Tawini Road

20 Tawini Road

24 March 2021


3

2

Titirangi, 2/246 Titirangi Road

2/246 Titirangi Road

10 February 2021


3

2

3

Titirangi, 9 Valley Road

9 Valley Road

10 February 2021


4

2

Titirangi, 14 North Way

14 North Way

9 December 2020


3

2

5

Titirangi, 9 Tainui Road

9 Tainui Road

18 November 2020


3

1

3

Titirangi, 2 Takahe Road

2 Takahe Road

18 November 2020


3

1

3

Titirangi, 9 Tawini Road

9 Tawini Road

11 November 2020


5

2

Titirangi, 93 Wood Bay Road

93 Wood Bay Road

21 October 2020


3

2

5

Titirangi, 9 Waerenga Place

9 Waerenga Place

23 September 2020
$1,300,000


4

2

3

Titirangi, 286 Huia Road

286 Huia Road

7 August 2020


3

1

3

Titirangi, 72 Otitori Bay Road

72 Otitori Bay Road

9 July 2020


Titirangi, 153 Atkinson Road

153 Atkinson Road

29 June 2020


3

1

4

Titirangi, 42 Tawini Road

42 Tawini Road

22 June 2020


4

2

Titirangi, 27 Landing Road

27 Landing Road

27 May 2020


6

3

5

Titirangi, 5 Valley Road

5 Valley Road

25 March 2020


4

2

Titirangi, 151 Konini Road

151 Konini Road

11 March 2020


3

2

4

Titirangi, 81 Otitori Bay Road

81 Otitori Bay Road

11 March 2020


4

3

5

Titirangi, 36 Paturoa Road

36 Paturoa Road

26 February 2020


3

2

2

Titirangi, 203 Atkinson Road

203 Atkinson Road

12 February 2020


3

1

2

Titirangi, 3 Norman Road

3 Norman Road

11 December 2019


3

1

Titirangi, 180 Scenic Drive

180 Scenic Drive

9 December 2019


4

3

4

Titirangi, 33 Arapito Road

33 Arapito Road

5 December 2019


3

2

2

Titirangi, 208 Old Titirangi Road

208 Old Titirangi Road

22 November 2019


3

1

1

Titirangi, 111 Scenic Drive

111 Scenic Drive

6 November 2019


4

2

6

Titirangi, 179 Konini Road

179 Konini Road

23 October 2019


3

2

4

Titirangi, 107A Tanekaha Road

107A Tanekaha Road

12 September 2019


2

2

3

Titirangi, 13 Rimutaka Place

13 Rimutaka Place

1 August 2019


3

1

1

Titirangi, 52 Paturoa Road

52 Paturoa Road

24 May 2019


3

2

1

Titirangi, 296 & 298 Konini Road

296 & 298 Konini Road

10 May 2019


5

2

6

Titirangi, 244B Old Titirangi Road

244B Old Titirangi Road

1 May 2019


3

2

4

Titirangi, 215 Konini Road

215 Konini Road

18 April 2019


4

2

5

Titirangi, 33 Tawini Road

33 Tawini Road

27 March 2019


3

2

4

Titirangi, 95 Scenic Drive

95 Scenic Drive

22 February 2019


4

2

4

Titirangi, 33 West Lynn Road

33 West Lynn Road

13 December 2018


3

2

4

Titirangi, 41 Valley Road

41 Valley Road

12 December 2018


3

3

2

Titirangi, 63 Scenic Drive

63 Scenic Drive

21 November 2018


4

3

4

Titirangi, 210 Atkinson Road

210 Atkinson Road

9 November 2018


3

2

8

Titirangi, 42 Valley Road

42 Valley Road

3 October 2018


4

3

7

Titirangi, 586 South Titirangi Road

586 South Titirangi Road

1 August 2018


3

2

4

Titirangi, 4 Rimutaka Place

4 Rimutaka Place

25 May 2018


3

2

3

Titirangi, 2/246 Titirangi Road

2/246 Titirangi Road

22 May 2018


4

2

4

Titirangi, 20 Tawini Road

20 Tawini Road

21 May 2018


3

2

Titirangi, 777 South Titirangi Road

777 South Titirangi Road

28 March 2018


4

3

4

Titirangi, 11 Deirdre Place

11 Deirdre Place

14 February 2018


4

2

6

Titirangi, 32 Titirangi Beach Road

32 Titirangi Beach Road

24 January 2018


3

1

3

Titirangi, 33 Arapito Road

33 Arapito Road

5 December 2017


3

2

3

Titirangi, 145 Huia Road

145 Huia Road

29 November 2017


4

2

4

Titirangi, 88 Park Road

88 Park Road

27 November 2017


4

2

8

Titirangi, 40 Stottholm Road

40 Stottholm Road

16 November 2017


3

2

4

Titirangi, 17 Landing Road

17 Landing Road

7 November 2017


4

2

5

Titirangi, 160 Scenic Drive

160 Scenic Drive

7 June 2017


4

3

5

Titirangi, 1 Tanekaha Road

1 Tanekaha Road

19 April 2017


4

2

2

Titirangi, 66 Tanekaha Road

66 Tanekaha Road

16 March 2017


4

2

1

Titirangi, 27 Landing Road

27 Landing Road

2 March 2017


6

3

5

Titirangi, 25 Huia Road

25 Huia Road

15 February 2017


6

3

8

Titirangi, 12 Minnehaha Avenue

12 Minnehaha Avenue

10 February 2017


5

2

2

Titirangi, 157 Golf Road

157 Golf Road

25 January 2017


3

2

3

Titirangi, 7 McEldowney Road

7 McEldowney Road

29 November 2016


3

2

4

Titirangi, 74 Woodfern Crescent

74 Woodfern Crescent

18 November 2016


4

2

4

Titirangi, 50 Woodfern Crescent

50 Woodfern Crescent

9 November 2016


5

2

4

Titirangi, 9 Landing Road

9 Landing Road

26 October 2016


4

2

5

Titirangi, 67 Wood Bay Road

67 Wood Bay Road

26 October 2016


4

2

5

Titirangi, 63 Huia Road

63 Huia Road

27 July 2016


5

3

6

Titirangi, 25 Otitori Bay Road

25 Otitori Bay Road

6 July 2016


3

2

Titirangi, 11 McEldowney Road

11 McEldowney Road

18 May 2016


4

2

2

Titirangi, 778 South Titirangi Road

778 South Titirangi Road

30 March 2016


2

2

5

Titirangi, 18 De Val Drive

18 De Val Drive

29 March 2016


3

1

2

Titirangi, 69 Paturoa Road

69 Paturoa Road

22 January 2016


3

2

2

Titirangi, 82 Woodlands Park Road

82 Woodlands Park Road

20 November 2015


5

3

Titirangi, 23 Landing Road

23 Landing Road

18 November 2015


6

2

5

Titirangi, 7 Onedin Place

7 Onedin Place

13 November 2015


3

1

3

Titirangi, 293C Titirangi Road

293C Titirangi Road

11 November 2015


3

2

4

Titirangi, 56 Paturoa Road

56 Paturoa Road

22 July 2015


5

4

4

Titirangi, 25 and 25A Landing Road

25 and 25A Landing Road

1 July 2015


5

3

5

Titirangi, 34 Takahe Road

34 Takahe Road

17 June 2015


2

1

2

Titirangi, 13 Minnehaha Avenue

13 Minnehaha Avenue

22 April 2015


3

2

5

Titirangi, 389 Titirangi Road

389 Titirangi Road

15 April 2015


4

2

8

Titirangi, 63 Huia Road

63 Huia Road

31 March 2015


4

2

10

Titirangi, 74 Woodfern Crescent

74 Woodfern Crescent

19 March 2015


4

2

6

Titirangi, 264 Konini Road

264 Konini Road

17 March 2015


5

2

6

Titirangi, 81 Otitori Bay Road

81 Otitori Bay Road

25 February 2015


3

2

10

Titirangi, 17 Miha Road

17 Miha Road

23 February 2015


4

3

4

Titirangi, 102 Wood Bay Road

102 Wood Bay Road

20 November 2014


4

1

5

Titirangi, 72 Tanekaha Road

72 Tanekaha Road

6 November 2014


3

1

3

Titirangi, 60 Huia Road

60 Huia Road

23 October 2014


6

3

16

Titirangi, 36 Otitori Bay Road

36 Otitori Bay Road

2 October 2014


3

1

6

Titirangi, 4 Aydon Road

4 Aydon Road

28 August 2014


3

1

2

Titirangi, 71 Tanekaha Road

71 Tanekaha Road

10 July 2014


3

2

3

Titirangi, 79 Otitori Bay Road

79 Otitori Bay Road

1 July 2014


3

2

6

Titirangi, 44 Kohu Road

44 Kohu Road

19 May 2014


4

2

6

Titirangi, 4a Opou Road

4a Opou Road

2 May 2014


4

2

6

Titirangi, 720B South Titirangi Road

720B South Titirangi Road

23 April 2014


1

1

1

Titirangi, 310 Huia Road

310 Huia Road

10 April 2014


3

1

6

Titirangi, 33 Arapito Road

33 Arapito Road

17 December 2013


3

2

2

Titirangi, 33 Tawini Rd

33 Tawini Rd

6 December 2013


3

2

4

Titirangi, 12 Kopiko Road

12 Kopiko Road

10 April 2013
$935,000


3

3


The name ‘Titirangi' poetically translates to “fringe of heaven” – an apt reflection of the area’s proud celebration of nature and art.

Titirangi sits on the southern side of the Waitākere Ranges Regional Park, bordered by Glen Eden, Laingholm and the Manukau Harbour. It is a striking location, irresistible to those who want to make the most of the outdoors and be artistically inspired by the vast and untamed beauty of their surroundings.

This residential suburb is characterised by houses nestled along its winding bush roads. Many homes here are unique in their designs, built to be in harmony with the surrounding native rainforest.

Locals like to refer to the suburb’s quaint town centre as the Village. It services the tight-knit community with everything needed to enjoy the good life away from the bustle of the city, and it ticks off the practical things – there’s a doctors' surgery, dental clinic, primary school, kindergarten, play centre, library, supermarket, fire station, war memorial hall, theatre, arts and crafts shop, art gallery, garden centre, community halls, two banks, post office, restaurants, yoga studio, cafés, a wine shop and takeaway shops.

The Hardware Cafe located in the village centre is a favourite meeting place for locals and visitors alike.

The Hardware Cafe located in the village centre is a favourite meeting place for locals and visitors alike.

The Titirangi Village market is held at the Titirangi Memorial Hall from 10 - 2pm on the last Sunday of each month (but the 2nd Sunday of December). Local artists and creators run their own stalls of exquisite, handcrafted works. Edible treats include homemade food, organic coffee, and you can relax and enjoy live folk music from some of Auckland’s best.

The nearest secondary schools are Green Bay High School, Kelston Boys' High School and Kelston Girls' College. Titirangi Primary School has a 10-decile rating and dates back to around 1845.

The Waitākere Ranges Regional Park is the jewel of Titirangi.  It consists of more than 16,000 hectares of native rainforest and coastline. The ranges thrive from a high rainfall, and reservoir areas supply much of Auckland's water. There are 250km of walking and tramping tracks including the Hillary Trail, with access to black sand beaches, waterfalls, rocky outcrops and giant kauri trees – some as old as 1,500-2,000-years-old, native insects, bats and birds such as the fantail, tui and kereru. The infamous West Coast beaches form a chain of unrelenting surf and rugged cliffs of untamed beauty, with the most well-known being Piha, Whatipu, Karekare, Bethells and Muriwai – each with its own attractions and secrets.

 

The Arataki Visitor Centre provides visitors with everything they need to know about the Waitākere Ranges Regional Park and its conservation. Carvings created by local iwi Te Kawerau a Maki mark the entrance, with displays and park rangers on hand to provide advice on tracks and weather conditions.

For inspiration of a different kind, Titirangi Golf Club is worth a try – consistently ranked as one of New Zealand's top courses and Auckland's #1 course. It was designed by Dr. Alister MacKenzie – one of the world’s best, who was also responsible for the Augusta, Cypress Point and Royal Melbourne courses. 

The Arts

Roundabout Sculpture - by artist Lisa Higgens. Inspired by lichen and algae, these organic shapes represent the regeneration of life.

Roundabout Sculpture - by artist Lisa Higgens. Inspired by lichen and algae, these organic shapes represent the regeneration of life.

The Lopdell Precinct gives the region a creative heart, providing an art and cultural hub for the area. Three buildings make up the precinct: The Treasure House, Lopdell House and the six-level Te Uru Waitakere Contemporary Gallery. Te Uru’s modern building was purpose-built as part of Lopdell House’s extensive renovations, and opened in 2014.

The Treasure House has had many uses over the years - art classes, community hall, and, currently, costume hirage. But it began in 1926 as a museum of Kauri gum, Maori artifacts and handicraft that one Frank Peat had devoted his life collecting.

Whatever road you take, Titirangi really is on the fringe of heaven. Settle into the bush and enjoy the sounds and smells of the native rainforest. Participate in local creative events with like-minded and inspirational people. Drive or tramp along forested roads and trails with panoramic views of the city, east and west coasts. Titirangi has something to excite all the senses and will continue to evolve, surprise and delight many generations to come.

History

The Titirangi Tea Kiosk now the site of Te Uru art centre and the present Lopdell House, 1932. Sir George Grey Special Collections, Auckland Libraries.

The Titirangi Tea Kiosk now the site of Te Uru art centre and the present Lopdell House, 1932. Sir George Grey Special Collections, Auckland Libraries.

Early Maori recognised the value of the land, close to the abundant Manukau Harbour and west coast beaches. The tangata whenua of the Waitākere region were the Nga Oho, though later known as the Te Kawerau a Maki through wars, defeats and intermarriages. Evidence of rich Maori heritage remains in the wider Waitākere area. Many pa sites are respected, including Whakaari at Piha’s Lion Rock, and The Watchman at Karekare.

Early European settlers also recognised the land’s potential but took a different approach. They began logging and milling timber, kauri gum digging, and then harvesting flax from the 1830s. Masterpieces remaining from this period include the Oratia Folk Museum (north-west of Titirangi), which was an early settler’s cottage built out of kauri between 1855 and 1870. And Rose Hellaby House on Scenic Drive, with its beautiful grounds and an antique shop, provides stunning panoramic views of Auckland. These early settlers tried farming and living off the land once it was cleared. However, the landscape proved unsuitable for farming in the long term and these areas have mainly reverted to bush and now do what they do best – provide water catchment for Auckland.

Looking north east along Titirangi beach showing baches in bush clad hills behind.1934. Sir George Grey Special Collections, Auckland Libraries.

Looking north east along Titirangi beach showing baches in bush clad hills behind.1934. Sir George Grey Special Collections, Auckland Libraries.

New industry was sought and Titirangi put its name in the hat as a tourist destination by the end of the 19th century, mainly attracting day-trippers from Auckland. Punters were enticed by tea rooms and accommodation, transported by coach or boat (road conditions making the latter the more comfortable option).

The 1920s and 30s brought new roads and telephone lines, and the population slowly grew. Lopdell House, once known as Hotel Titirangi, still stands as a nod to this era. Unfortunately, upon opening it was promptly nicknamed ‘the pub with no beer’, as it wasn’t granted a liquor licence. Designed in Spanish Mission style, it had accommodation for 63 guests with fully carpeted rooms, a tearoom, restaurant, a cabaret with a ‘rubber sprung dance floor’ to dance the night away, and an iconic rooftop terrace. It was sold to the Ministry of Education in 1942, before being bought by the Waitemata City Council in 1983. It has since been the arts and cultural centre for West Auckland and houses Deco Eatery, The Titirangi Theatre (which puts on at least four productions a year), The Upstairs Art Gallery (to promote art locally) and 11 other small businesses.

Lopdell House is part of the Lopdell Precinct arts centre in Titirangi, Auckland. It was first opened as Hotel TItirangi in 1930.

Lopdell House is part of the Lopdell Precinct arts centre in Titirangi, Auckland. It was first opened as Hotel TItirangi in 1930.

 

Titirangi is colourful and artistic, with an abundance of creative thinkers. Whether it’s street art, public sculpture, art galleries or resident artists – it’s all there to help you feel inspired!

One particular landmark is the prominent sculpture at the roundabout connecting Titirangi Road, Atkinson Road, Kohu Road, Scenic Drive and Huia Rd. It is iconic to the area, though not short on controversy. It was designed by student artist-jeweller Lisa Higgens and erected in 1993. Originally intended to last for five years, it was made permanent and, perhaps as a compromise, the original pink colour was toned down in 2009 to teal green.

Many artists call Titirangi home, including singer/songwriter Tim Finn, author Maurice Shadbolt, and potter Len Castle.

One of New Zealand’s foremost painters, Colin McCahon, lived in French Bay with his family between 1953 and 1960. It was here that he produced some of his most famous works. The home, now owned by the McCahon House Trust, houses “a small museum with big stories to tell”, according to the website. The trust has preserved the home, which hosts chosen artists in residence during the year.

 

Te Uru Gallery presents contemporary visual art and design experiences that inspire, engage and challenge.

Te Uru Gallery presents contemporary visual art and design experiences that inspire, engage and challenge.

French Bay

Only minutes from the main thoroughfare this sheltered beach is the perfect spot to spend a summers day.

Things to do, places to see

Titirangi Village Market


With over 130 stalls featuring arts, crafts and produce plus live music the Sunday markets have become an integral part of Titirangi culture.

Deco Eatery


Located in the Spanish mission styled Lopdell House and site of the original Titirangi Tearooms, Deco Eatery offers classic Middle Eastern fare in an elegant space with stunning views out to the Manukau Harbour.

Waitakere Ranges Regional Park


The park covers more than 16,000 hectares of native forest and coastline and includes 250km of walking and tramping tracks, beaches, breathtaking vistas, spectacular rocky outcrops, waterfalls and cliffs.

Arataki Visitor Centre


The Arataki Visitor Centre is the gateway to the Waitakere Ranges Regional Park. The Park Rangers here will help you make the most of your visit. They know the latest track and weather conditions and the directions to the best places in the Park.

West Coast Beaches


The stunning West Coast beaches form a chain of unrelenting surf and rugged cliffs of untamed beauty.The most well known are Piha, Anawhata, Whatipu, Karekare, Bethells and Muriwai -each with their own attractions and secrets.

Titirangi Beach


With a wide grassy expanse for picnics, a great kids playground, high tide swimming and low tide exploring, it is a fantastic beach with something for everyone just minutes from the village.

Te Uru Gallery


Located within an award-winning, purpose-built building in Lopdell Precinct. Te Uru Gallery presents a diverse programme of contemporary exhibitions, events and activities, including art, craft and design.

Henry Atkinson


Henry Atkinson, born in 1838, donated a large part of his Waitakeres land to Auckland City Council. The statue originally stood on Mt. Atkinson but after vandals stole the nose, it was removed and relocated outside Lopdell House.

Local Schools

* While every effort has been made to ensure the information displayed is accurate, please check details directly with the school before making decisions based on this information.

Primary
Intermediate
Secondary
Titirangi School
Years 1-6
Co-ed
Atkinson Road
09 817 8346


Woodlands Park School
Years 1-6
Co-ed
202 Woodlands Park Road
09 817 5140


Green Bay Primary School
Years 1-8
Co-ed
131 Godley Road
09 817 6666


Kaurilands School
Years 1-6
Co-ed
Atkinson Road
09 817 5645


Konini School (Auckland)
Years 1-6
Co-ed
73 Withers Road
09 818 5005


Oratia School
Years 1-6
Co-ed
1 Shaw Road
09 818 6216


Blockhouse Bay Intermediate
Years 7-8
Co-ed
95 Bolton Street
09 626 6414


Glen Eden Intermediate
Years 7-8
Co-ed
Kaurilands Road
09 817 0032


Green Bay Primary School
Years 1-8
Co-ed
131 Godley Road
09 817 6666


Green Bay High School
Year 9-15
Co-ed
143-161 Godley Road
09 817 8173


Henderson High School
Year 9-15
Co-ed
Henderson Valley Road
09 838 9085



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Suburb Stats

Titirangi


Median sale price in April 2022

$1,210,000

7% last month
6% same time as
last year

Monthly Trend

Total Sales in April 2022

54% last month
12 sales
50% same time as
last year

Monthly Sales