34 Huarere Rise, Whangapoua Beach is a quality investment.
It really is a slice of paradise!
Combine a coastal property on the Coromandel Peninsula with incredible sea views, a short walk to a stunning beach AND elevated you have one very attractive site. It can only increase in value and be comforting in times of climate change and coastal erosion. Insurance companies like this too!
It’s a prime site and the owner is motivated to sell!
• North facing (all day sun). Priceless - reduces heating, excellent for solar, your health and gardening;
• Unrestricted sea views, sunsets and starry nights;
• Higher ground (protected from coastal erosion, the flood zone and tsunamis);
• Acceptable land rates and insurance - by comparisons to other coastal properties;
• Water (Natural Spring) – Liquid GOLD right now!;
• Large section (4.6 acres / 18,961 sq. metres) - land bank or plant a fruit forest;
• Walking distance to beach - paved all the way. It’s hard to find an elevated site that is still a short walk to the beach;
• 5 minutes to boat ramp - a fisherman’s dream!;
• Spray free - native bush - free firewood supply;
• Beehives (managed) – free honey;
• Three building sites already excavated – saved costs;
• Phone and power on site or go off-grid;
• Private access and an ‘all weather’ concrete driveway;
• Tourism opportunity (Gateway to New Chums Beach);
• Business opportunity - target travellers staying at ‘Earl’s Paradise’ campsite and;
• It’s quiet, tranquil and away from the hustle and bustle!
Only three sections on this parcel of land have ever been sold.
Recently a smaller beach front section in the area sold for NZ$1.75M.
Owner is motivated to sell! Priced at NZ$1,200,000 and negotiable - make an offer today! Don’t hesitate he’s serious!
A finder’s fee of NZ$5,000 will be given to anyone that refers the buyer.
Sea views. Native bush.
Whangapoua Beach is on the eastern seaboard of the Coromandel Peninsula. Known for its white sandy surf beach; a harbour full of seafood and as the gateway to New Chum Beach. A haven for swimmers, fisherman, divers and beach lovers.
Ten minutes away, at the adjacent village Matarangi Beach there is a small shopping centre and an 18 hole golf course. .
For provisions, hardware, schooling and larger facilities you have a choice of a 25 minute drive to the quaint township of Coromandel or a 35 minute drive to the up-and-coming seaside community of Whitianga. If you prefer a country school for your children ‘Te Rerenga’ school is ten minutes from Whangapoua Beach village. .
Locally there are a number short walks including the world famous New Chum Beach, the lesser known ‘hole in the rock’ and the idyllic coastal walk around the Matarangi Beach spit. Further afield the Peninsula is riddled with walking tracks for avid hikers. .
Fishing is a year round recreation, game fishing in season and diving in the warmer months. .
The village has a tennis court to enjoy at your leisure, a small convenience store with freshly baked goods and a fire service for emergencies. .
Whangapoua Beach is home to a small permanent population of about 90 people - just enough to feel neighbourly support and yet a world away from the hustle of city life. Between Christmas, Easter and school holidays city dwellers enjoy their holiday homes or open them up for holiday rentals. Weekends enable easy travel for a deserved getaway. .
The growing climate is very good whether it’s a citrus orchard, a nut farm or a winter crop. Hot summers and rainy winters are a great haven for vibrant times and timely hibernation. .
Overall, the Coromandel Peninsula is, renowned for its pristine beaches and laid-back vibe; it’s one of New Zealand's most popular holiday destinations and has been branded as ‘Good for the Soul’ to international visitors..