Welcome to your new neighbourhood
The James is a new single stage subdivision situated at Three Mile Bush Road, Kamo West, Whangarei. If having Mt Hurupaki as your backdrop, a local village feel and top schooling at your doorstep sounds like a bit of you, this is the place to be! The subdivision comprises of 66 flat sections ranging from 450-900 square metres with titles available at the end of 2021. A 7km drive to Whangarei Central City and close to beaches, fishing, golf, mountain biking and road cycling, The James is an adventurers playground.
Your Build Partner at The James
We'd love the opportunity to talk to you about your new build home at The James, Kamo West, Whangarei.
Building a brand new home will be one of the biggest investments you'll ever make, so it's important to choose a reliable builder you can trust, who listens to and understands your vision.
Our strength is in our capability to step you through the entire home build process. We'll take care of reviewing the covenants, your section size, shape and orientation, and your lifestyle and budget, to create the perfect home for your plot of land at The James. Led by your ideas and dreams for your new home, we'll create a blueprint for making it happen.
Ready to get started? Contact the team today, we can't wait to hear from you!
TEAMING UP WITH CLASSIC BUILDERS
Classic Builders is one of the largest residential builders in NZ. We've built more than 6000 homes for Kiwi’s, and the plan is to build thousands more.
Made in NZ
We’re proudly owned and operated by Kiwis. Being privately owned means your journey with Classic in the North Island, will be the same as someone else’s in the South!
Every home we build undergoes at least 10 quality checks throughout the process. And after your home is complete, our After Care service is on call for you for ten years.
This is something we work hard at. We get involved in local initiatives and organisations that support family, health, and gathering people (and communities) together.
“We had a concept and they brought that to life, adding value along the way. It really was quite a cool experience,”