Calling Horticulture Developers


Whakatane

Asking Price NZD $4,200,000 + GST (if any)

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Calling Horticulture Developers


On offer is 42.06 hectares (more or less) of bare land as a horticulture development block.

This prime fertile land in Awakeri offers you the opportunity for a horticulture development with good scale. The 42 hectares (more or less) is of rectangular shape and the contour would best be described as table top flat and ready to plant. With kiwifruit orchards surrounding the land and one of the neighbouring properties was the first picked in the Bay last season, it is easy to picture your new orchard in this perfect spot.

Water to the property currently comes from the Braemar water scheme and is pumped to troughs in all paddocks from a holding tank. The land is presently whey irrigated from the Edgecumbe Fonterra factory and the owner has initiated a resource consent for bore water. Blocks of this scale and contour, suitable for horticulture are extremely rare. Currently used as a support block for a dairy operation, with free draining soil cows wintered here and following that young stock are grazed with surplus feed harvested. A centrally located half round barn is the only building on the property.

Located a short drive to the Awakeri township with its primary school and just 15km from Whakatane. Here you can enjoy all that New Zealand's sunniest region has to offer, with some of the country's best coastal beaches providing swimming, surfing, fishing and diving opportunities. The local avocado and kiwifruit packhouse is conveniently located about 5km away and Tauranga is only 83km away, via the Eastern Link.

Location

Few regions in New Zealand or the world for that matter have as much to offer as the Bay of Plenty. From the gentle harbour waters to its surf beaches, its fishing and diving grounds to the scenic bush, the Bay is as much a quiet recreational playground as it is a thriving business and rural community.

Key economic elements for the region include Tourism, Horticulture (predominately Kiwifruit and Avocado production), Viticulture, Pastoral farming, Forestry, Housing and Holiday Makers..

Mark Spitz

Tauranga

Licensed under the REA Act 2008

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Mark Spitz

Tauranga

Licensed under the REA Act 2008

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