Only Lot 2 & Lot 3 are left in this boutique subdivision which offers the rare chance to buy lifestyle lots within a moments' walk of Te Horo Beach, with its long coastline and spectacular views. The development is named after Maureen Gawler, who was the original owner with her husband Ted. Their farm originally extended to the beach but was divided into the Te Horo Beach settlement we know today.
The development is named after Maureen Gawler, who was the original owner with her husband Ted. Their farm originally extended to the beach but was divided over the years into the Te Horo Beach settlement we know today, what's left is owned by Nick and Evonne Gawler, and this is likely to be the last subdivision they undertake.
That means there may never be another chance to acquire lifestyle lots of this quality and scale so close to Te Horo Beach. The development has been lightly covenanted to protect your investment, while potentially allowing you to live on-site in a motorhome during construction. Titles are already through for immediate possession so anyone who is up and running with an architect, designer, and builder can get started quickly.
These are a rare lifestyle opportunity. Elsewhere, sections of 2,000-square meters in near-by Waikanae have sold for around $500,000, along with an 800sqm neighboring section in Kitchener Street in the early $400,000's. This opportunity will appeal to people looking to downsize from larger blocks and buyers who want to enjoy the unique lifestyle it offers within easy reach of the capital city. *SOURCE: Land Area: PropertyGuru.
The current status of the subdivision is as follows:
Lot 2: available for sale
Lot 3: available for sale
Lot 4: SOLD
Lot 5: SOLD
Lot 6: SOLD
Lot 7: SOLD