- Updated On:
- October 23, 2021
- 6 Bedrooms
- 6 Bathrooms
Development Potential, Buy This Unique New Zealand Property
Freehold Private Island, So Close to Auckland – Book Your Private Appointment to View – Call Now: Stephen Hudson 0274 746 774
Pakatoa Island, situated between Coromandel and Waiheke Island in the beautiful Hauraki Gulf, approximately 40km from downtown Auckland in New Zealand.
This private island on a freehold title waiting a new owner, 24.0787 ha of land (approx 60 Acres) with resort potential and three private white sand beaches, complete with 62 accommodation units, staff quarters, tennis courts, squash courts and a 9 hole golf course …..
This was a resort holiday and conference facility about 20 years ago when this current owner purchased as a private holiday resort for his family and friends to enjoy, although the property has been loved and cared for by a live in caretaker the buildings and facilities have not been utalised as a holiday resort since.
But with some new investment the island can easily be transformed into a new holiday destination resort or business conference centre or alternatively remain as a private haven for a family or investment consortium.
This is an absolute once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a unique piece of New Zealand Property that might never be offered for sale again.
The price is firm at NZD $ 50 million dollars + GST
For all enquiries contact
Mr Stephen Hudson
0274 746 774
Re/Max Realty Group – Albany
1/231 Dairy Flat Highway, Albany, Auckland, New Zealand
Licensed Sales Consultant
Licensed REA 2008
Viewing is at the expense of the purchaser and normally via hired helicopter from Albany return at the cost of approximately $2,500-00 for the day trip.
- Principal and Interest
- Property Tax
- HOO fees
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