Lots 3 & 4 3600 State Highway 10, KAEO Price $430,000.00
This 11.7360 ha lifestyle property is a bush-lovers' dream location.
Elevated high above Upokarau valley this unique property has so much to offer its new owners including; a brown rock quarry, amazing rock formations, running streams, waterfalls, ponds and magnificent stands of native bush
So much work has already been done by its present owners who have developed over half a kilometer of all-weather roading giving you access to at least two house sites, six grazing paddocks with quality electric fences, a young orchard with fruit and citrus trees and hundreds of trees including pohutukawas, poplars, oaks, magnolias, beech, maple and more.
The present owners have cattle grazing on the land. There are communal stock yards on the estate.
Soil type is sedimentary and over 200 tons of lime has been spread on the land over the past ten years. (see soil analysis in documents)
A tiny-house sleep-out has just been added to the property which has access to water. Just bring your BBQ and have a cook-out listening to the sounds of your very own waterfall while enjoying the privacy of living in this serene natureland.
As our summers are getting drier, water is a must on a lifestyle block. This property has multiple water sources including gravity-fed and communal pump fed water supply and of course, running streams fed by cascading waterfalls.
Power is located at the entrance of the boundary of the property. Pet friendly property - not a kiwi zone.
This property is part of Orotere Estate - named from Orotere Rock that sits directly opposite the 8 lot subdivision. All lots share a common access road, stockyards - loading race, and stock water supply.
Only 15 minutes to boutique shops, restaurants, banks and services in Kerikeri - the largest town in the far north.
10 minutes to New Zealand's marlin capital - Whangaroa Harbour with sports fishing club and marina
PHOTOS AND VIDEO
30 acres of bush, grazing, rock formations and waterfalls
Boundary extends approx 175 meters beyond bottom of photo - see next photo
Complete boundary of property showing 2 house sites and the little tiny-house sleep-out
Running Streams and Magnificent Waterfalls
top house site - Power at boundary (left corner)
Brown rock quarry - for use on roading
Ponds on property - Property has multiple water sources - gravity-fed and communal pump feed water supply
Over 1/2 kilometer of all-weather roading throughout property
Magnificent Stands of Native Bush - Young Orchard with Citrus and Fruit Trees also on property
Top House Site - Six grazing paddocks with quality electric fences.
Top House Site - Cattle grazing on the land. There are communal stock yards on the estate.
Hundreds of trees have been planted ; pahutakawas, poplars, oaks, magnolias, beech, maple and more....
Lower Elevated House site with views across Upokarau Valley
Lower House Site - Soil type is sedimentary and over 200 tons of lime has been spread on the land over the past ten years
Tiny House Sleep-out with running water
A pet-friendly property - not in a kiwi zone
Fenced Paddocks diagram
Address: 3600 State Highway 10, Kaeo
Legal Description: Lots 3-4 DP 386328 - 1/8 SH IN LOT 7
T/A Name: Far North District
Tenure: Not Leased (Owner is Occupier)
Land Area: 11.7360 ha
Category: Lifestyle Vacant
Land Use: Vacant Lifestyle
Zoning Rural (1A )
Cert. of Title: 355688 (Freehold)
Water sources on property
There are multiple water sources on the property.
1. Communal Water Tank located off property (see diagram) water is gravity fed across the property.
Note: There is an easement across Lot 4 to allow the water to be drawn from the neighbour's pond to the Tank
2. All year stream provides water to the property
List of trees planted on property
1 Liquid Amber Tree
1 Japanese Maple Tree
4 Pahutakawa Trees
1 Copper Beech Tree
2 Magnolia Trees
1 Ropbinia Gold Tree
1 Cercis Forest Pansy Tree
5 Manawatu Gold Poplars
2 Pin Oak Trees
1 Claret Ash Tree
1 Ginkgo Tree
9 Fruit Trees - Plum, Apple, Peach, Pear Nectarine
7 Citrus Trees - Lemon, Orange, Lime, Tangerine
200 Windmill Palms (Trachycarpus)
10 Flame Trees
plus 50 Flax Plants
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What to see and do around the far north
There is so much to see and do in the winterless far north
WALK TO THE TOP OF ST.PAUL’S ROCK – amazing views
Walk or drive to the top of Hospital Road where you can see the track up to the Rock. Park the car and walk the track to the top of the Rock.
(20 minutes walk).
CHARTER A BOAT OR LAUNCH YOUR OWN BOAT AT WHANGAROA HARBOUR
AND EXPERIENCE WORLD CLASS FISHING IN MARLIN COUNTRY.
Imagine. This beautiful harbour and marine is so close by.
Known as the Marlin Capital of New Zealand, this is a large harbour in which there is a multitude of sheltered bays, with towering volcanic rock outcrops and idyllic sandy beaches.
A dream harbour for boating and fishing.
Moor your boat at the safe, secure Whangaroa Marina.
TAURANGA BAY SANDY BEACH
15 minutes drive
A wonderful Sandy Beach. Directions: Take Whangaroa Road to Wainui Road and turn left at the Tauranga Bay turnoff
The beach at Tauranga Bay is an exquisite kilometer-long stretch of north-facing pink sand and is one of the Far North’s favourite swimming spots.
At the eastern end of the beach is a large public reserve where visitors can park their cars right on the edge of the sand dunes and admire an uninterrupted sea view out to uninhabited Stephenson’s Island and beyond.
TAKE THE SCENIC DRIVE LOOP OVER RADAR HILL
AND VISIT THE BEAUTIFUL BEACHES ALONG THE DRIVE TOWARDS MATAURI BAY
AND LOOP BACK ONTO THE 10 HIGHWAY. (40 minutes drive)
Directions: Take Whangaroa Road to Wainui Road. Stop at the top of Radar Hill and enjoy the magnificent views. Visit Mahinepua Beach (10 minutes)
Stop at the various beaches along the way. Drive down to Matauri Bay Beach (wonderful views). The loop road takes you back onto the 10 highway. A wonderful scenic drive and an alternative route south to Kerikeri and on to Auckland.
VISIT THE HERITAGE VILLAGE OF MANGONUI – DOUBTLESS BAY
(30-40 minutes drive)
DINE AT THE WORLD FAMOUS FISH AND CHIP SHOP
Visit the local beaches at Doubtless Bay & check out the local shops.
Past Kaeo turn left over the one way bridge (10 highway) towards Mangonui.
CAPE REINGA –WHERE THE PACIFIC OCEAN AND THE TASMAN SEA MEET.
A full day trip!. Directions: Drive towards Kaeo take the one-way bridge (left) towards Mangonui – keep on the 10 until you reach the “1” motorway. Turn right up the “1” towards Cape Reinga. Take a side trip to 90 mile beach on the way. (There are a number of turnoffs to the left to the beach) Although 90 mile beach is a legal road.. it is not advisable to drive you car on the beach due to salt damage and quicksand
TAKE THE FERRY FROM PAIHIA TO RUSSELL AND SEE THE BAY OF ISLANDS
Take the 10 highway south and turn left at the Paihia turn off (approx 35-40 minutes ). The ferries leave every 20-30 minutes from the Paihia waterfront. You can purchase tickets at the waterfront shops. Check out the local shops and restaurants in Russell & Paihia.
Also visit the Waitangi Carved Meeting House. Cruises also go out to the Hole in the Rock at the head of the bay.
(15 minutes drive)
Visit the charming town of Kerikeri with Citrus groves and kiwifruit vines . Visit the many tourist attractions: Kemp House (The oldest standing building in New Zealand- 1822), The Old Stone Store (1835), Riverboat rides, walks, Rainbow Falls and great shopping and restaurants.
Take the 10 south and turn left at Waipapa/Kerikeri junction. Don’t miss the sign on the right to Rainbow Falls.
For more activities throughout the Far North.. check out "See and Do New Zealand" website: