Over 16 hectares of sought-after Tasman land with so much more; much more. 303 Aporo Road is a diversified rural business opportunity: good land, multiple accommodation and business facilities combined in one property that doesn't involve hard labour.
The land is gently sloping, north-facing and highly productive, with six hectares of mature apple trees (Pink Lady and Braeburn varieties) under lease to a local apple producer. Beyond apples, there are numerous fruit trees (cherries, plums, apricots, quinces, figs) whose produce has been sold locally. And eight hectares of hay fields harvested twice a year, also generating income.
While the land generates a steady cash flow, there's much more. Firstly, there are leased buildings: two large enclosed sheds (1,000 sq m and 200 sq m), together with substantial undercover storage and parking for equipment, and office facilities.
Secondly, there is a 14 powered-site campground with its own facilities on the edge of the property. Designed for seasonal workers, the campground is a great low maintenance business with its own laundry, M&F showers and toilets. It is a very popular site.
Thirdly, there's the workers' accommodation near the sheds: two units, one 1 bedroom, one 3 bedroom, each with their own facilities.
Fourthly, there's the subdivision potential. Ten years ago the property had a resource consent to create 19 sections. The developer installed some roads, utilities, water and wastewater infrastructure before selling up. Ten years on, the area is even more popular. With a large central waste water system already installed, and bore water and firefighting water tanks already established, any subdivision here could be popular and cost effective.
It's up to you: if your desire is to have a good cash flow, or to build your dream home and have a great lifestyle with cash flow, or to start a significant property development, 303 Aporo Road could meet your needs.
Price is plus GST (If any)