Make the next footprints in the sand your own!


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Make the next footprints in the sand your own!


Your last opportunity to purchase one of the few remaining seriously stunning sites elevated above the dunes to build your dream home on. Located along the Pacific Coast, in the Eastern Bay of Plenty, ranging in position from absolute beachfront, beachfront and elevated.

All sites have majestic Pacific Ocean vistas out to the surrounding islands. Quality land covenants are in place to protect your asset, as you would expect in a top coastal subdivision. Fully serviced with excellent water, fully reticulated sewer, power and telecommunications.

Backdropped with expansive recreational activities, whether it's surfing, fishing, diving or shellfish it's all at your doorstep here!

Sites available from $295,000 ranging in size from 561 sqm to 1052 sqm.

Opportunities to purchase coastal sections so close to the sand are becoming very rare in New Zealand. To find out more and arrange a private viewing please contact the sole agents.

Location:

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 hour's 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, helicopter flights or simply relaxing on the beautiful beaches.

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