Set up by the existing owner and available for the new owner to utilise in the Winter of 2020, the 40.4686 hectares (100 acres) more or less, of Himatangi sand and Pukepuke black sand provides excellent free draining soils, ideally suited for winter grazing.
Currently the property is being operated as a dairy support block, grazing mixed aged cows through the winter, with the annual spring surplus conserved and taken home to the dairy unit, or stored on farm for additional winter feed.
Improvements include a large hay barn and excellent stock water, provided via an easement from the adjoining property and sourced from a dam. All boundary fences are post and batten (one to be completed prior to settlement) and the internal fencing is a mix of electric and post and batten.
The contour of the property is predominantly flat with an area of dune (approx. 3 ha) covered in native vegetation and an additional 3.5 ha of mature pines with varying degrees of silviculture which are ready for harvest. The pastured area is fenced into 8 paddocks, which are all in well-established pastures.
The property offers the new owner some potential development opportunities if they desire and it has a beautiful aesthetic appeal, with the scattered plantings of established trees.
This is a very productive piece of land and it won't be on the market for long. Call today to view.