Class Act Green and Gold Orchard


Noron Place, Katikati

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Class Act Green and Gold Orchard


Katikati's Kauri Point is a sought after horticulture growing area with its inner harbour location, fertile soils and sub tropical climate. This is the first time the family orchard has come to the market in 35 years. The near flat 8.1116 hectare north facing straight production agbeam pergola orchard approximately 29 metres* above sea level is of high standard and with its size has the potential to suit the serious grower. Comprising of 3.19 can/ha* of G3 Gold Kiwifruit, 2.15 can/ha* of Hayward Green Kiwifruit and 0.79 can/ha* of structure to further expand this ongoing project. The orchard has 2.6 can/ha* of net-pro cover and potential to extend. The orchard has a good sized shed/lean-to to support the orchard machinery along with county water and bore water to 7 x Promax corrugated 30,000 litre tanks. Frost protection and irrigation is fully automated. Additional to the kiwifruit, there is a hectare of avocados, approximately 110 trees of varying ages. With this altitude and location it is a consistent producing block. With the kiwifruit industry in a strong position, I believe this orchard will be in high demand. Here is your opportunity to own one of the best orchards to hit the market for some time.

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* Source GPS Precision Land Mapping www.gpsit.co.nz

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Katikati, the gateway to the Bay of Plenty greets visitors with welcoming views of lush green pasture rolling down to the harbour. From the earliest recorded settlements the area has been recognized as a lifestyle destination. The population may have changed but the reasons for coming to Katikati are still the same. Market gardens, dairying, orchards of kiwifruit, avocado, olives, and citrus have provided a sound economic base for the area. Also known as the Mural Town of New Zealand, Katikati is famous for its murals depicting scenes of the regions rich history.

This friendly, cheerful New Zealand town is rapidly gaining popularity with its relaxed atmosphere and lifestyle opportunities. The town features include Open Air Art, sculptures, a Haiku Pathway, unique Twilight Concerts, an Avocado Food and Wine Festival and much more. Katikati has an award-winning winery, luxury lodges and a choice of boutique accommodation options, great cafes and restaurants to name just a few. Its commercial and industrial sector hosts some of New Zealand's leading manufacturers as well as a number of small, unique businesses. Only two hours from Auckland or Hamilton and under half an hour from Mount Maunganui and Tauranga which boasts the largest shipping port in New Zealand. Small block occupation in the area includes lifestyle farming of ostrich, emu, goats and a range of cropping and horticulture - avocado, nashi pears, kiwifruit, lemons, tree crops, flowers and vegetables. Stretching from the Kaimai Ranges to the sea, Katikati offers countless options for those interested in tramping, fishing, swimming, and recreational boating. This friendly, iconic town is well worth a visit if you are looking for artistic expression, great shopping, and an historical experience along the Pacific Coast Highway of New Zealand.

Noron Place, Katikati

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