Rare As Hens' Teeth
Web Reference: SWDR0334
110 Old Brighton Road, Fairfield, Dunedin City
- 110 Old Brighton Road, Fairfield
45.5810ha of bareland at Fairfield are as rare as hens' teeth. 110 Old Brighton Road, which is located on the out skirts of Fairfield, consists of grazing pasture and native bush.
Both parts of the property provide income through grazing and livestock or harvesting firewood. An additional income source is through honey production from the native bush.
The size of the property complies with the Dunedin City Council's old and proposed scheme allowing a dwelling to be built on the property thus resulting in something special.
The sloping and flat contour offers some exciting building sites which provide views over the property.
Another feature of the property is the fantastic birdlife in the native bush.
Improvements include an implement shed, which is an asset to the property. While the property is currently grazing cattle, it is equally suitable for sheep, cattle, horses, or whatever you choose.
The opportunity to purchase this property is indeed unique.
|Land Area||45.581 hectare|
|Secondary School||Taieri College, Kaikorai Valley College|
|Present Condition ( areas approx. )||Approx 50% in mixed aged pasture suitable for all types of grazing. Balanc native bush, predominantly Manuka|
|Subdivision ( No of Paddocks ) Main||3|
|Fences||Sound, opportunity is available for further fencing.|
|Access & Roads||Good track runs through the property up until the bush where a 4 wheel track exists. These tracks make it easy to access most parts of the property.|
|Farm Buildings||Implement shed|
|Comments||Bareland - while the property currently doesn't have a dwelling, the size of the property being 45ha does provide for a dwelling being built under the old DCC Scheme and the proposed 2GP Scheme. The option of further subdivision would need to be discussed with DCC planners as we recommend any potential purchasers take professional advice on both these matters. As there is an extensive area of Manuka the opportunity is available for a purchaser to cut and harvest firewood. (We recommend a purchaser consults with the local authorities ensuring they can legally remove firewood). Bee's - Another income stream could well be honey harvesting from the Manuka and Kanuka trees.|
|Contour Description||Predominantly flat and gentle sloping|