This quite unique 4ha lifestyle block comes with a couple of fish hooks so you may need to be a fisherman to appreciate it.
The first one is it is mostly quite steep in nature and has had a couple of land slips on it in the past.
Secondly the historic places trust has a small area of covenanted land at the top of the hill that precludes any development or disturbance to the identified historic Maori site.
They also have a requirement to have an archaeologist present when you are excavating the identified building site at the bottom of the property.
If you have got this far then, read on because it has some very good features also. The property displays some exquisite views of the Whangaroa Harbour and other more rural views such as St Paul's Cathedral , Mount Taratara and other quite special surrounding picturesque tit bits.
Probably not suitable for a big building but with a bit of lateral thinking and a clever engineer who knows what the possibilities are.
Close to the harbours edge and with a small but dependable spring water supply should you choose to keep a few animals. No flat land but no building or cat and dog covenants.
Not for everyone but definitely go in someone's catch bag.