Don’t miss this investment opportunity to acquire a 189 hectare block of virtually untouched farmland on Auckland’s Waiheke Island. Apart from a house and a cottage at 59 Waimangu Road, it’s a blank canvas. The property includes a 1.5km strip of coastline, stands of native bush, walking tracks and ridges with incredible views. There is also the potential to subdivide the land into seven 25 hectare parcels.
Waiheke Island has received international attention from Lonely Planet (Best in Travel, 2016), the New York Times (one of the “places to go” 2013) and the US magazine Travel + Leisure (The World’s Best Islands – top island in the South Pacific and number four in the world).
There are very few farms left on Waiheke Island, this is a rare chance to own a sheep and beef farm with a long and proud history – or perhaps find a new use for the land.
The property is 25 minutes’ drive from Matiatia Wharf, the main passenger terminal from the city. The ferry trip takes 40 minutes from downtown Auckland, making it possible to commute to the CBD for work.