Cobblers Lane, Riverhead

Auckland, New Zealand


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    Located in popular Riverhead, just 25km North-West of Auckland City, New Zealand, this very special property comprises over 80 hectares (200 acres) more or less, in six titles. Sitting at the head of the Waitemata Harbour, the position enjoys panoramic views across to Rangitoto and Auckland City from its ridge, with the meandering Rangitopuni Stream at its foot.The location offers the best of both worlds; the tranquility of beautiful, native New Zealand bush, while being convenient to the Town Centres of Albany and Westgate with easy motorway access North, South and to the Airport via the Western Ring Route (including the newly completed Waterview Tunnels). Riverhead has some of the best scenery New Zealand has to offer and is ideally positioned for all manners of recreational and leisure activities, including horse riding, mountain biking, walking and running trails, kayaking, paddle boarding, golf, fishing, paintballing and clay target shooting, to name a few. You're spoilt for choice with the renowned wineries, breweries and restaurants in the area. In particular, sitting elevated on the shores of the Rangitopuni River, is the historic Riverhead Tavern, thought to be New Zealand's oldest riverside tavern, which was restored and transformed as The Riverhead and remains a popular destination with patrons both local and visiting. With Auckland's rapidly diminishing land supply, this unique property is a superb land bank opportunity. Or explore the development opportunity where a concept plan for 36 luxury lifestyle lots has been completed. Call for further information.
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    This land/lot listing is located at Cobblers Lane, Riverhead, Auckland. The property is currently selling for Price Upon Request.

    This property is presented by Lisa Nielson of Barfoot & Thompson headquartered in New Zealand.