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|Tauranga District & Western BOP|
Bay of Plenty
|N/A||Approx 357.83 Acres, 144.81 Ha|
Land Size: 144.81 hectares (357.84 Acres)
A unique opportunity to secure a 144.80ha farm offering a productive grazing platform of approx 115ha (284 acres) within 25km of the Tauranga CBD and handy to the Waikato District, with 3 varied options to purchase. The land contour is easy to gentle rolling pasture, producing excellent grass growth aided by the Vendors specially formulated fertiliser programme, the results of which are evident. The retiring Vendors, operate the property as a deer farm, as had the previous owners over the past 25 years. The farm is divided into 30 deer fenced paddocks with troughs or natural water to each. There is a sound deer shed with modern crush, good pens and yards, there is also an attached 4 bay implement shed. A newer, 3 bay, high stud implement shed is adjacent to the home, which is a sound 40 year old 'Intalok' solid timber, 4 bedroom family home, master with ensuite and walk in wardrobe. The home has high timber ceilings, an open plan kitchen/dining, family room with log fire plus a separate formal lounge with open fire, separate office and triple, internal entry garaging. Located within the farm is a delightful trampers 'lodge' providing open plan living with two bunkrooms and usual ablution facilities, ideal for family, guests, or even as a hire proposition. There are stands of native bush and wetland areas fed from natural water sources on the property. As the property is currently in 4 separate titles, there is potential for future subdivision, which could result in a further 4 lots being created. Additionally, due to the farm layout and land contour, the Vendors will consider selling it in two 'parcels', one with the home and 70ha, the other with the lodge and 68ha. Enquire about these options. Considering the easy contour of this farm it could be grazed for a variety of purposes, and is 'summer safe' country. The motivated Vendors invite enquiries from genuine buyers, therefore contact the agent for a full Information Memorandum or to make an appointment to view.