The total area of 304.8341ha is held in six titles and is of mixed contour. Currently stocked with 440 growing service bulls, 100 beef breeding cows and 400 in-lamb ewes, making a total of 5500 stock units farmed.
There is approximately 80 hectares of easily accessed good contour land with a gentle gradient, north facing. Both sunny and naturally sheltered, the area is perfect for horticulture development.
In the last two years a large amount of capital has been spent on infrastructure, including: new fencing, the formation of a new race way system, intensive subdivision of paddocks, a stock-yard and load out race with capacity of 150 head of large cattle, with a three way drafting, weighing and handling facility. All designed and built for safe and easy stock handling.
Other infrastructure includes a well maintained 4-stand woolshed with a 450 head night pen, a work shop, a 2-bay implement shed, all to a good standard. Good fencing, conventional and electric over all property. Good on farm water supply.
The homestead is a three bedroom architecturally designed, Hinuera Stone home built in the 1980's. It has a modern kitchen, bathroom, office, large storage areas, and expansive views from the living areas. Renovation work has begun on an old Whare, with the view to a second accommodation.
There are pockets of bush, with a rare kahikitea stand fenced off, possibility for on farm tourism, glamping etc.
A second legal access is off Papanui Road, closer to Opotiki. With fantastic views of the sea and coast, the area has great potential for lifestyle development.
Positioned 18.9km from Opotiki, and 27km from Whakatane. It is only 11km to the Waiotahe River mouth and beach. The Bay of Plenty is one of the fastest growing areas in NZ, with a warm climate, the proximity to beaches and the pristine rivers. Main centres of Rotorua and Tauranga are just over 100km distant.
Not visible from the road, totally private, a magic setting.
Satisfy your curiosity by calling Phil and arrange a viewing.