Located at the lower end of Cuba Street (#40), Edisons offers a vibrantly engaging inner-city lifestyle.
Wellington's top cafes, restaurants and entertainment options are right on the doorstep, and for the nights you prefer to cook - you have Moore Wilsons, New World Chaffers Street and Commonsense organics nearby. The weekend harbourside market can easily become part of your routine and for those last-minute needs, multiple dairy/convenience stores are close.
You are spoilt for choice for exercise options: the open spaces of the waterfront just a short stroll away and there are so many yoga, pilates, gym, or other training options nearby. You’ll find yourself walking more too: it’s easy to keep your steps above 10K when everything is so handy. If you want to catch a bus further afield, Manners street with its main bus hub is literally just around the corner.
If you’ve got kids to think about, multiple tertiary institutions are easily reached, including Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington Institute of Technology, Whitireia New Zealand, a campus for Massey University, University of Otago (medical school), and Te Kāhui Auaha (described as New Zealand's Institute of Creativity).
For teenagers, you have multiple zoned choices including Wellington College, Year 9-15 (Boys), Wellington East Girls College, Year 9-15 (Girls), and Wellington High School, Year 9-15 (Co-Ed).
Primary/Intermediate zoning includes Mt Cook School (Full primary Year 1-8) and South Wellington Intermediate Year 7-8 (Co-Ed/Newtown).
Unzoned/integrated or private options are Queen Margaret College, (Thorndon) Year 1-15 (Girls Private); St Marys College, (Thorndon) Year 9-15 (Girls), St Marks Church School (Mt Vic), Full primary Year 1-8; Sacred Heart Cathedral School (Thorndon), Full primary year 1-8 ; St Bernard’s School, Brooklyn, Full primary Year 1-8 ; St Anne’s School (Newtown), Full primary Year 1-8; St Patrick’s School (Kilbirnie), Full primary Year 1-8; Scotts College - Strathmore (composite, yr 1 –15 co-ed).
Right amongst it all.
Edisons really is where it's all at. The map below shows you key locations of interest, from Wellington's top bars, restaurants and cafes, through to learning institutions. Click here to see an interactive list to imagine living at Edisons (pinned red).