A once in a lifetime opportunity presents itself to secure this supreme 33.65 Hectare (83 Acre) property situated in the heart of Karaka, comprising three separate titles of 30.20 hectares, 2.24 hectares and 1.2 hectares.
Carrigafoyle Park is the largest land holding on Aulyn Drive, which is conveniently located just off the northern end of Urquart Road. This iconic property, complete with riparian rights, has an extensive 1.5km (approx.) waterfront boundary onto the Manukau Harbour.
Literally on the doorstep of a potential future harbour crossing which must be within the Super City's planning horizons, this link would facilitate an alternative to the congested SH1 for the rapidly growing South Auckland and Franklin West.
Well maintained and in good heart, the land is currently grazing beef cattle who roam over the lush pasture. Formerly growing vegetables, Carrigafoyle Park is suitable for all types of agricultural, horticultural or equine pursuits, but equally appealing to those looking to invest in and land bank a strategic waterfront property.
Environmentally conscious, the vendors have extensively revegetated the overland flow paths and estuary with native shrubs and trees.
Secure a position within the golden triangle of New Zealand's growth area, while taking advantage of the nearby infrastructure. The rapidly evolving Karaka region is fast becoming a new hub in the south with the addition of a new hotel adjacent to the Wrightson's Bloodstock Equine Facility.
Located within a comfortable commuting distance to Auckland's CBD and the Auckland International Airport, close proximity to Te Hihi School and Hingaia Peninsula Primary School offers options to parents with young children whilst the prestigious campus of Strathallan College caters to pre-schoolers right through secondary school students and is located nearby.
This property provides a sound intermediate/long term investment for the astute purchaser.
For more info on this exclusive waterfront opportunity phone Ian.
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If you pop down to Old Papatoetoe today you’ll find a newly upgraded mall, modern supermarket and large public space to hang out.
A pop-up coffee cart and possibly markets on weekends are coming this summer too.
Find out more about what’s happening in Old Papatoetoe below.