Grazing or Horticulture?
Located only a short drive from Whakatane is this well developed 14.6 hectare grazing property, which is currently used for dairy heifer grazing. The flat contour of the property is well suited for cropping or may even suit horticultural development. The property is subdivided by a nice wide central race into 24 paddocks, fencing is post and batten and Braemar water is reticulated to all paddocks.
A three bedroom weatherboard home is situated near the front of the property, built in the 1950s has timber joinery and an iron roof. A single garage is situated within the same fenced section. Further improvements include two haybarns and an original six bale walk through complete with most plant.
This is a unique opportunity to secure a very good piece of land in a great location that does not come to the market often, the vendor's genuine motivation requires this property to be sold.
Whakatane sits in the spectacular Eastern Bay of Plenty of New Zealand on the East Coast of the North Island right beside the Pacific Ocean. These warm waters are world-famous for incredible deep sea fishing and marine sports.
It is an hours drive from Rotorua and Tauranga and is a thriving service centre for many surrounding districts. Whakatane is one of the three sunniest cities in New Zealand. It has one of the countries warmest climates with mild winters and long hot summers. Whakatane is also the gateway to the East Cape, and the Whakatane and Motu Rivers. Activities include jet boating, rafting, dolphin watching, game fishing, bush walks, horse treks, 4x4 tours, hunting trips, helicoptor flights or simply relaxing on the beautiful beaches. For those with an interest in the outdoors, the rugged Urewera National Park, the largest protected native forest in the North Island, provides tramping, trout fishing and deer hunting. The Whakatane District in the Eastern Bay of Plenty is one of the most diversely beautiful areas in New Zealand. Sandy beaches are predominant along the 54 kilometres of coastline that stretches from Otamarakau in the west to Ohiwa in the east. Central areas include fertile lowlands and farming areas on the Rangitaiki Plains through to Murupara. Te Urewera National Park in the south, which makes 41% of the district, is protected native forest and is home to a rich array of flora and fauna. The total area of the district covers 433,000ha or 4,442km2.