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Private Island – Own Your Own Private Freehold Island – New Zealand

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  • Updated On:
  • October 10, 2023


Own Your Own Private Freehold Island - New Zealand

We are privillaged to have have met clients who own private freehold islands in New Zealand.

You can appreciate that these are exclusive unique properties and the sales of such assets are often conducted in a descrete manner.

With a signed buyers agency we can take you to view these unique properties.

The buyers agency agreement gives us the authority to make contact with the island owners on your behalf, then with their consent introduce you to the island and arrange a private viewing. With a sucessful purchase you pay us the commission.

If you are interested to own a private island off the coast of New Zealand please give me a call or email to open discussion.

Currently we know of three Islands For Sale with prices expressed from 3.5 million, 12 million and 50 million New Zealand dollars plus GST if any.

Contact me directly for more information.

Stephen Hudson
Director and Company Owner
REA Licensed & MREINZ
0274 746 774
[email protected]

Home Real Estate Limited t/a New Zealand Property
Licensed REAA 2008

Country: New Zealand
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Estate: Fee Simple
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