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Rangimarie Bush Retreat
This magical property is a fairytale bush retreat like no other. Three dwellings enveloped in native bush with a mountain stream meandering through its 11.818ha (more or less), where the hens and ducks roam free, the sheep and cattle graze the fields and the ancient hollow Pukatea tree stands that has a door leading into Pooh's House. * Main house has three bedrooms, main with ensuite, two living areas, northerly aspect and wrap around decking * Self contained open plan cottage and outdoor ensuite * Self contained barn accommodation, sleeps 14 * Open ended business opportunity Stunning native tawa, rimu and matai timber throughout the dwellings. A separate outdoor entertainment area suitable for weddings and functions. Start a new adventure, the work is already underway. Horse trekking, wedding venue, kids business schools, a hidden treasure ready to see your vision. This beautiful property with spectacular views has it all, manicured gardens and a meandering stream with a 'Bridge to Everywhere'. Listen to the native birds talk to one another, see the kingfishers . An oasis no one knows about. There's also approximately 5ha of native bush to explore, balance of the land is grazing. There are pet eels (Eelvis and Eelton) that can be fed everyday in the river and there are also brown trout that guests can try their luck at catching with a fly line ( licence required). There's a large pizza oven down by the river as well as a BBQ for guests to use. The outdoor bath is a truly magical experience on a moonlit night with the stars in the sky and glow worms on the banks of the river - you'd think you were in heaven. Rangimarie is the Maori word for 'peaceful' which is what Rangimarie Bush Retreat offers. It can sleep up to 14 people and a small self contained cabin (Totara Cabin). It's a definite must see. Phone Howard Ashmore on 0274 388 556 for your chance to view. Deadline Sale closes 17 December at 1.00pm at Ray White Te Awamutu, 223 Alexandra Street, unless sold prior.
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