SECTION READY FOR YOU TO BUILD - KAREKARE
14 La Trobe Track, Karekare
FOR SALE

view from top of driveway
view from top of driveway

14 La Trobe Track

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14 La Trobe Track

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14 La Trobe Track

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view from top of driveway

14 La Trobe Track

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Situated at the end of a quiet road, 14 La Trobe Track is ready to build your dream home or weekend getaway.   Most of the hard work has been done with water tanks installed and a concrete driveway which leads to a cleared building platform nestled in the native bush with picturesque sea views.

 

  • 13 Acres

  • Power and phone at the boundary

  • Concrete driveway

  • Cleared building platform

  • Two large concrete water tanks (in need of cleaning)

  • Sea view (note: drone shots are taken from approx 2nd floor height)

  • 2021 RV $690,000

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By Negotiation

When viewing the Section:-

It is best to drive to the end of La Trobe Track, turn around and then park on the road opposite the site.  It is very muddy so take gumboots.  

 

The site was cleared many years ago (prior to 1984) and at some stage, there were structures down where the building platform is which was used as accommodation/nursery.  There was also a shipping container there.  That is why there are two concrete water tanks and a concrete driveway.  One concrete tank is at the top of the site with a roof overtop for water collection.  The other water tank is down by the building platform.  You might also notice by the lower tank the remains of a windmill used to pump water up to the top tank.  This fell down a long time ago.  

 

The boundary alignment in 2019 on the LIM report relates to the property next door (#16) as they did not have access to their site without going over 14 and their house was built on 14s land.

 

Work undertaken to the section i.e clearing, driveway and water tanks, were done before 1984 prior to the Resource Management Act 1991, Building Act 1991 and the current District Plan. An Engineers Report to the Waitemata Council from 1984 shows a site map. (click below).

 

There is no direct cleared path down to the stream (there used to be one but most likely long overgrown) however, there are cleared areas so you might be able to see a way down.