Stunning, elevated and restful views of northern Bland Bay and Whangaruru Harbour from the edge of real New Zealand wilderness - 6,730 square metres of steep regenerating native bush. With a large, 50-hectare block of bush and an expansive maturing pine forest as neighbours, this property is home to native birds and an ancient pohutukawa tree.
With freehold title and a rough driveway cut up to a building site, here is a rare opportunity to build your dream private retreat and immerse yourself in solitude or share your summer holidays fishing and diving with family and friends.
Bland Bay, also known as Tuparehuia, is an isolated and classic kiwi holiday township perhaps four hours north of Auckland. With a white sand surf beach, sheltered all weather small boat-launching facilities and a sheltered deepwater boat harbour all within 2,000 metres, here is the ideal base from which to explore the untouched shoreline, from Whangaruru north to Cape Brett and into the Bay of Islands.
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