This spectacular farm is located at the “end of the world”, in the very South of Argentina, in the Province of Tierra del Fuego. It lies over a hill of No Top mountain range and it is covered by amazing morello cherry and lenga beech forests of a really amazing thickness and height. The estancia is run in all its extension by a route that alternatively gets close and away from the coast. It is a perfect combination of forests, rivers, coast and open wide pampas with hills and mountains. The scenery is unique. It is a 20 by 3 km (12 by 1.8 miles) property, with a total surface of 5,799 has. (14329 acres) that run along the coast of the Beagle Channel. It is located in a spot called Poste Fierro, 98 km (61 miles) from Ushuaia (40 km [25 miles] asphalt National Route 3, and a 58 km [36 miles] cobbled path passable by all vehicles). To the West, Moat borders Estancia Harberton. Both farms are related with the birth of the City of Ushuaia. Harberton belonged to the Bridges family and Moat to the Lawrence. Both families are descendents from Thomas Bridges and Juan Lawrence, the first Anglican missioners that settled in the Beagle coasts at the beginning of the 19th century. Today Ushuaia is one of the main touristic cities in Argentina. There is an international airport with 5 daily flights from Buenos Aires during the low season and more than 12 flights a day during the high season. It is one of the most desired cruises’ stops and it receives hundreds a year. It is the most visited city after Buenos Aires. This one-of-a-kind property stands out for featuring a double characteristic of being at only 100 km (62 miles) from the second most popular city in Argentina, and at the same time being at the end of the world. Moat is the last property with perfect property deeds to the East. The beauty and magnificence of the place featuring the Beagle Channel, the forests and the snow-covered peaks plus the magic of its history with the aborigines, the sailors, the missionaries and the gold seekers, make of it an incredible and incomparable piece of heaven.