|Property Type:||Motels, Managed Investment Property|
|Sale Type:||Freehold Going Concern|
|Address:||975 Matakana Rd Matakana North Island NZ|
|Price:||$2.05 million plus GST(if any)|
|Phone:||0800 278 929 NZ only|
|Mobile:||+64 21 278 9200|
|Phone:||0800 278 929 NZ only|
|Mobile:||+64 21 247 8716|
Matakana House Motel for Sale in Matakana Village . Freehold Going Concern.
This 16 unit motel sits strategically at the entrance to Matakana Village and is the only motel in the village. The property comprises 5 separate building housing an assortment of accommodation units, owner’s accommodation and a laundry facility.
Set back from the main road on a 4,280sq.m. block, the motel offers 5 standard studio units plus one larger studio unit and 10 two-bedroom units with full kitchens. Four of these two bedroom units are housed in a double-storey block. Owner’s accommodation includes two bedroom, two bathrooms and toilets with living/dining area adjoining the office and garage.
Good average annual occupancy and turnover.
This freehold property is just metres away from all the attractions of this unique village and in close proximity to the Matakana vineyards and the attractions of the Matakana Coast.DISCLAIMER
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Just 12km north east of Warkworth and just an hour's drive from Auckland Matakana Village is the heart of the area’s wine growing district and home to a popular weekly Farmers’ Market, specialty shops, restaurants, tea rooms and a boutique cinema complex.
Visitors flock to the Saturday morning market which showcases local produce such as vegetables, cheese, olive oil, fruit, preserves, bread and pastries. Seafood, blueberry ice creams, coffee, and live music also feature. A few kilometres further along the road, the Matakana Country Park hosts an open air craft, clothing and produce market, also on Saturday mornings.
The predominantly clay soils and favourable climate have proved ideally suited to grape growing and have led to the production of award winning wines, including chardonnay, pinot gris, merlot, syrah, pinotage, cabernet sauvignon, and even sangiovese and dolceto. Much of what was formerly agricultural land in the Matakana Valley is now devoted to vineyards, several of which are open for meals, wine tasting and cellar door sales.
The seams of local clay also led to the development in the 1970s of the distinctive Morris and James Pottery, in Tongue Farm Road. The company’s iconic hand-crafted pots and plates are still made from clay dug from the banks of the Matakana River. The colours and designs are unique and have become widely popular with both New Zealand buyers and those from overseas.
A kilometre past Matakana on the Leigh Road is the turnoff to Omaha, Point Wells and the Tawharanui Regional Park. The Takatu Road, which follows the ridge and passes side roads leading to Buckleton Bay, Campbells Beach and Baddeleys Beach, leads to Tawharanui.