About this property
This breathtaking 22 hectare property is situated within Mataka Station on the northern peninsula at the entry to the Bay of Islands. It has outstanding views over Whale Bay and across to Cape Brett and all the way into The Bay of Islands and back into the Kerikeri Inlet.
This location is where the very first European settlers first landed on New Zealand soil and Marsden Cross is located in the bay below the home to commemorate Sir Samuel Marsden's landing here.
The single-level home has been cleverly designed in modules, built around a central courtyard taking into consideration the prevailing winds, sun and views. There is plenty of room here for extended family and the potential to further develop the site should you require increased accommodation.
Lot 17 makes up part of the tightly-held and prestigious Mataka Station, a 1,100ha (2,800 acre) conservation estate and working farm that is an exclusive private gated community. There are only 30 residential household lots, and a number of magnificent homes have already been built within the development.
The property has a well-managed residents' association and well thought out development and design rules.
All owners have access to several white sand beaches and community facilities including the beach lodge at Mataka Beach, the boat sheds at Whale Bay and further facilities are planned, making the development unrivaled in coastal living environments. There are hiking and bridle trails throughout the estate which is home to the largest population of Native Kiwi in Northland. The landscape is outstanding.
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