Lot2/334 Glenbrook Road, Karaka

Auckland, New Zealand

Single Family

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    This is a rare opportunity to purchase a beautiful rural block of 7.11 ha with excellent contour and character in a convenient Karaka location. This premium land is flat to gentle and suitable for cattle, horses or any other lifestyle farming. Originally part of a beautiful larger farm, the land has been very well managed and regularly fertilised producing good quality pasture. The property is surrounded by trees and hedgerows and features a great variety of mature trees and plantings with a choice of possible entrances and building sites. Access to the property via ''Homestead Lane' will take you along a picturesque tree-lined private lane with established mature trees. The power is on the boundary of Lot 18 (private road). Conduit is already laid under road to nearest plinth if applicable and sensible covenants are in place to protect your investment. Picturesque Karaka is a desirable location with excellent schools, cafes, country market and many sporting and recreational facilities nearby - Pukekohe Golf Course just 3 mins away.The location is only 10km to Pukekohe, 34km to Auckland Airport and 45km to Auckland CBD, with the motorway interchange at Drury just 10kms.Don't miss this unique opportunity to purchase this great property in an outstanding location. Country convenience and living at it's best.Also available on the same Homestead Lane are 3 other lots in varying sizes from 3.7 ha to 7.1 ha. Please take a look at the listings below to view.ID: 568160 - 4.23 haID: 565669 - 7.11 haMake your vision a reality today - for inspection, at your convenience, phone today.
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    This single family listing is located at Lot2/334 Glenbrook Road, Karaka, Auckland. The property is presently availible at Price Upon Request.

    This property is listed by Trudy Boyce of Barfoot & Thompson headquartered in New Zealand.