PHOTO: BAYLEYS New Zealand’s coastline doesn’t get much better than this headland at Leigh, where a 26ha block has been listed for sale.
The 26ha north-facing headland at Cape Rodney, Leigh, stands at the entry to the Hauraki Gulf and borders Goat Island Marine Reserve.
Listing agent Kellie Bissett of Bayleys Warkworth says the lighthouse has marked safe entry to the local harbour since 1967.
But it’s not the only special feature of the property, which has more than 600 pohutukawa trees, thousands of other native plants and olive trees.
There is also undulating farmland, tracts of bush, rocky outcrops and a private bay, reached by a walking track. Bissett describes it as “reminiscent of a historic film set”.
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