As part of the Ben Avon Sheep and Cattle Station located northwest of the Lindis Pass, this large landholding in the mighty Ahuriri Valley consists of 202 hectares (500 acres) and boasts spectacular South Island high country scenery.
Uniquely positioned to have access to both the Ben Avon Station and the 121,000 acre Ahuriri Conservation Park, the options for outdoor activities are endless.
The area is internationally acclaimed for its fly-fishing and impressive Rainbow and Brown Trout and provides many outstanding fishing locations in the lagoons and river. Other activities include hiking, camping, mountain biking and hunting with red deer, thar and chamois found in the surrounding mountains.
The property includes approximately 5kms of waterfront land along the crystal clear Ahuriri River. This is undoubtedly the premium part of the meandering river with large open pools and small rapids.
With stunning views of the surrounding peaks, green pastures and winding rivers, Mount Huxley also features as part of the landscape.
Known as the ‘native cutting block’ this part of the large station comes with consent for a building platform. With the ability to choose the position of the homesite the idyllic location could be along the shores of the beautiful Ahuriri River itself. A 1 km long flat terrace is an ideal position for an airstrip.
As the last existing private station in the Ahuriri Valley this property provides unique potential, seclusion and outstanding views in a fisherman’s paradise. This is great opportunity for an individual or syndicate to develop an ideal fishing and outdoor retreat.