Magical hideaway


1071 Summit Road, Little Akaloa

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Magical hideaway


Deadline Sale 1pm Wed 10 July 2019 (unless sold prior)

11.73ha

Sitting high in the hills at the head of Akaroa Harbour, this one-off 11.73 hectare property presents the ultimate combination of location, privacy, space and simply spectacular views that you will never tire of.

This very special hideaway will be hugely appealing to buyers looking for their own piece of paradise, in a very affordable price range, around one hours' drive of Christchurch city. It's far enough away to be "off the map", but close enough to be within range of a supermarket, eateries and schooling.

A cosy one-room cabin (with solar panel, plumbing for water and gas cooking) is homely and iconic. Complete with kitchen, log burner, mezzanine floor for sleeping and a petite verandah to sit and listen to the song of native birds or stargaze under the clear night sky. Hidden delights include the romantic outdoor bath, with the most breathtaking outlooks, set amongst native bush. Pristine water is accessed from a spring on the property. Additional small outbuildings include a separate shower and toilet near the cabin, storage sheds and space for family or friends wishing to stay the night. The 20ft shipping container is included in the sale of the property.

A unique feature on the property is a simulated field shoot with eight clay launchers which the owner will consider selling with the property.

Located 5km (approx) from Duvauchelle, 14km (approx) from Akaroa, weekends and holidays will be transformed in this perfect retreat looking across to the Kaikoura Ranges, down to Little Akaloa Bay or over to Akaroa Harbour. These private spots rarely become available on Banks Peninsula and are keenly sought after. Call Chris or Pete for an appointment to view, explore the options and experience the magic for yourself.

1071 Summit Road, Little Akaloa

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