This property has everything - river, hills, forest, grazing, unique natural features, giant boulders and rock formations, rare flora and fauna and even an island.
You can see for miles from the renovated character three bedroom home that looks out towards the Hokianga Harbour and the ranges beyond, yet is still not far from the Bay of Islands. Surrounding the house and on both sides of the road are 8 ha of paddocks for you to fatten your own beef, graze horses, keep beehives for Manuka honey or lease out.
A large proportion of the rest of the property is designated as significant native forest with magnificent specimen trees of Rata, Kauri, Rimu and Puriri. There are grassy clearings, forest trails and tracks for you and your family to explore and rare wildlife to discover. You also have riparian rights to approximately 1km of the Wairere River with private swimming holes and picnic spots for your whole family to enjoy. The Wairere river is also ideal for kayaking, dinghy and fishing trips. You will also own a major part of the significant natural geological feature of the Wairere boulders and this, together with over half a km of road frontage, access to the river from your own three acre island and causeway in the tidal flats and the proximity of the Twin Coast Cycle Trail offers excellent tourist potential for nature walks, cycle tracks, horse trekking and kayaking or ATV trips and accommodation.
Owners are reluctantly committed to selling this unique, once in a lifetime property.