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619A Esdaile Road

Bay of Plenty
619A Esdaile Road Bay of Plenty
Friday 6th August - 12:00PM
619A Esdaile Road, Whakamarama
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Sotheby's BOP
Hydro Powered Hilltop Home on 28 Hectares
An exceptional rural property where you can raise cattle, horses, other stock and your family without compromise. Enjoy spectacular coastal views from every living and bedroom of the new country home that hunkers along the ridge. Designed by JMAC Architecture, and clad in corrugated iron, cedar and salvaged bricks, this is a dwelling perfectly fit for purpose as a relaxed rural family home that acknowledges the outlook is the star. From the moment you walk in the front door the views command attention. The home is long and low with living across the centre, flanked by an adult wing (master suite, versatile guest room/office, mudroom/laundry and third bathroom) one end and the children's four bedrooms and bathroom in a wing the other. Lots of covered and open living on the massive deck fronted by flat lawn, an inground pool, and the panorama. Double garages each side face copious parking at the rear. The home sits above 27.9100 hectares of beautiful rolling beef or horse country bordered by a river and wrapping round a reserve. Some sunny slopes are suitable for avocados. There is huge scope in the 500sqm approx. high stud implement shed currently in nine stable bays with ample storage areas, parking for a very large vehicle and accommodation. (Also, a sleepout at the top of the drive). While an equestrian arena and other features demonstrate how well set up this is for horses, the superb facilities would equally serve other purposes. The farm currently supports some 30 Herefords and 27 sport horses, a couple of sheep, and the pets of an active family who have appreciated the choice of excellent country schools. To view all the information that we have on the property, copy and paste this link into your browser. This will also give you any updates we have on the property.
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