1317 Abel Tasman Drive, Takaka


This is one of the last sections available in Tata and commands impressive views out to sea with mountains beyond and native bush surrounds.

It is a manageable 716sqm site, elevated and has been strategically planted with native vegetation that reflects the hills surrounding it including nikau, toitoi, harakeke, tarata and punga. Hours can be spent watching kereru swoop above. Standing at the back of the section shows the full potential of what a slightly elevated house will capture.

The current owners knew that building a bach or home here, would allow uninterrupted views out across Tata without looking down on the baches below and can never be built out. There is a peaceful feel to this section and an easy stroll down to Tata Beach or in the other direction for a workout, up & over the hill to Wainui Bay.

Tata Beach is arguably the best beach in Golden Bay with deep water swimming, golden sand, offshore islands and a picturesque coastline for kayaking and paddle boarding. There is also a boat ramp providing easy access for fishing and boating into the nearby Abel Tasman National Park.

The section has easy access from Abel Tasman Drive and is serviced with power and wastewater.

This is an opportunity not to be missed to purchase and build in a highly sought-after location where land is limited.

Title, covenants and TDC information all available - just give me a call.

(Please note that a development on the property would attract a stormwater development contribution which is currently set at $302.00. This charge will change on July 1 in line with the annual TDC review.)"

Price By Negotiation

ID# 16010103843

Land Area 716 sqm

Belinda J Barnes

Belinda J Barnes


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