Fifty lush acres have now become available in the majestic Otaki Gorge. Situated high atop a ridge commonly referred to as Kaitawa Island, because it is surrounded by three streams which have been carved into this ancient landscape on three sides, this land is the most westerly bush link between the Tararua National Park and the Otaki River and as such is a multitudinous wildlife corridor which contains infinities.
On the peaks of this land are multiple, prime potential house sites, each with million dollar views, sweeping across the Otaki River and plains to the Tasman Sea and beyond. There are a dazzling array of possibilities here, including hydro/off-grid potential. With a mixture of pasture and glorious bush, including at least 500 Totaras and 500 Ratas, this timeless spot exists within its own protected microclimate.
This truly feels like the land that time forgot, yet it is less than an hour from the capital. Cared for organically, the current owners have held this land for a quarter of a century and this is an exceedingly rare opportunity to have the chalice passed to the next custodians.
125 Kaitawa Road, Te Horo