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Bay of Plenty
The start of a dream for equestrians is just the beginning of this vision. The arena is complete - post and rail fencing with tie-ups at the ready as well. A gabled stable complex sits right next door. There's high-stud shedding for the horse floats, covered shedding for hay and implements and bunk-house accommodation that sleeps eight. There's further shedding for the ancillary work that accompanies horse grazing, plus functional stockyards and a loading race. Everything is here - right to a platform ready for the dream home. The house is the only feature not here really. Yet. The vendor has a set of plans and is willing to pass those on - a generous gesture, given what is already set in place here.
This is a gorgeous location. Nesting in the slopes above Ngongotaha, it's only around 15 minutes from Rotorua - and boasts gorgeous views out to the lake and beyond. A northern aspect which commands seamless views across rolling pastures to the water and hills. Entry is shared by two lifestyle neighbors - so the privacy is a pleasant feature. Once inside, this property unveils a well thought out design and construction of the various facilities. The land embraces around 17.64 hectares of rolling pasture - and each area has been positioned to command the best of sun and scenery.
The arena is a stand-out feature - at this stage, probably the main act - the stuff of dressage, jumps and serious training. It is brand new - finished in sand and positioned to make the most of all-day sun. Black stains the post and rail fencing to match the finish on the tie-ups and stable; which houses four horses, a tack room and feed room. For weekend escapes, the bunkhouse accommodation in the shedding complex is ideal. Sleeping eight, this area is finished to a high quality and comes complete with satellite dish, barbecue patio and main necessities.
With nothing missed, nothing spared - it leaves only the desire to move in and complete the dream.