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Bay of Plenty
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Bay of Plenty
proudly marketed by
Success Realty Ltd MREINZ
Dairy Farm in Receivership
Under instruction from the Receivers we offer this Bay of Plenty farm to the market. Situated on the banks of the Kaituna River the property offers a great lifestyle in one of New Zealand's fastest growing areas. 96 hectares (subject to survey), flat in contour the farm has historically been milked in conjunction with lease land. Improvements include a 34 aside herringbone milking shed, three dwellings (average condition), a three bedroom sleep out, calf rearing shed, implement shed and workshop. Races lead to some 40 paddocks subdivided by mainly two wire electric. Just 35 kilometres from Tauranga and 12 kilometres to Te Puke, the local service town. The property is in two titles. The smaller title of 4.88 hectares, which supports the main house, can be Tendered for separately. Location Few regions in New Zealand or the world for that matter have as much to offer as the Bay of Plenty. From the gentle harbour waters to its surf beaches, its fishing and diving grounds to the scenic bush, the Bay is as much a quiet recreational playground as it is a thriving business and rural community. Key economic elements for the region include Tourism, Horticulture (predominately Kiwifruit and Avocado production), Viticulture, Pastoral farming, Forestry, Housing and Holiday Makers. The rapid growth in the area provides a vibrant living environment from job opportunities to business prospects with a sustainable future. With a mixture of beautiful scenery, great beaches, cafes, restaurants and nightspots it is more than a city; it is a lifestyle. The award winning schools also provide a key reason why Bay of Plenty is proving to be such an attractive destination for both ex Kiwi's and migrants as a place to set up their new life in New Zealand. Tauranga as a city is one of the fastest, if not the For Sale by Tender 4pm June 2nd 2016 (unless sold prior by private treaty) If you would like to receive Ben's monthly email newsletter, please email Ben at ben.hickson@bayleys.co.nz and put PLEASE ADD ME TO EMAIL in the subject line.
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