Greta-Vale is an outstanding, 791 hectare farming property situated at 833 Greta Road, Greta Valley and is being offered to the market for the first time in over 100 years. It has long been regarded as one of North Canterbury's finest and most favourable farming properties.
This property is a mixture of flats with rolling and easy hill country coupled with several managed afforestation blocks in addition to a small QEII covenant area.
Ease of access across the majority of the property including the ability to cultivate a large area make this is an ideal property for livestock breeding and finishing, additional beef finishing and also dairy support.
Outstanding farm infrastructure, good stock water supply systems, and a high standard of fencing including laneways are found across the majority of the property whilst regular fertiliser inputs and a robust re-grassing program have been a priority over recent years.
Current farming practices include dairy grazing, and beef breeding & finishing in addition to a grazing arrangement for sheep breeding and finishing.
The property is complemented by a substantial, four-bedroom homestead that was designed by John Trengrove of Trengrove and Blunt Architecture. The stunning setting offers sprawling lawns, a swimming pool, a pond, established trees and enchanting gardens. There is also an additional four-bedroom manager's home and a separate three-bedroom cottage located on the opposing side of the property.
In summary, this is a very well balanced property, set up to support a wide range of farming options and should be given very early consideration by potential purchasers looking to acquire an easily managed, large scale farming operation in a sought after farming area that is complemented by exceptional infrastructure.
We recommend prospective purchasers act with haste as properties of this calibre rarely come to the market - call now for further information!