Teeming with character, Kinloch Station offers a unique and peaceful lifestyle for the discerning buyer. Situated on 4.5 hectares of established land overlooking Lake Taupo and the renowned Jack Nicklaus International golf course, the site provides unrivaled rural scenery.
This stunning property was part of the Whangamata Partnership farm that was integral in the development of Kinloch in the 1950s. It includes established trees, a producing walnut grove, and the original managers home. Built in the 1960s the home has been lovingly restored and remodelled creating a beautiful charm and ambience. The open plan living area opens to a deck overlooking the golf course, out to Lake Taupo and the western bays. The galley style kitchen enjoys similar views and has a sizeable scullery. An open fire, free standing fire, heat pump and double glazing ensure you will not go cold in the winter months. Two of the three bedrooms open to another deck through gorgeous French doors adding to the old world feel of the home. The main bathroom is equipped with modern fittings as well as the master en-suite, an attractive addition to a character home.
Outbuildings include a workshop, two bay garaging and original stables that have been converted to a small wool shed/shearing shed. Additional buildings offer a range of possibilities to suit extended family, or work from home options with unlimited parking and storage for anyone looking to live the lifestyle dream. Its rural residential zoning also offers potential for further subdivision.
An opportunity such as this seldom comes by. This is your once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a slice of history in the rural Kinloch settlement otherwise known as "The Gateway to Lake Taupo's western bays".