In New Zealand, known for its natural beauty, vineyard lands continue to gain value every day.
One of the most prestigious grape fields in New Zealand is the eight-hectare property on Selmesbrook Road in Rapaura, a 10-kilometer drive north of Blenheim, in the Marlborough wine region.
The property, which is in great demand in recent years, stands out with its profitable grape land. Jane Casey and Bruce Millar bought the property in 2009, which has organic ties. An elegant garden and an area of 6.3 hectares in the Sauvignon Blanc vineyard have been added to the double property.
There are many other vineyards in New Zealand. In recent years, these areas formed the areas most demanded by investors. You can make yourself a house on the land and sell the grapes and wine factories you produce.
“Seldom does a property strike such a brilliant balance of luxury sophistication and cutting-edge design,” PGG Wrightson Real Estate residential and lifestyle sales consultant Sophie Greer said of the home the couple is selling, with plans to downsize to something smaller.
“For those looking to upsize and move out, an easy commute is likely to be one of the important criteria,” says Peter Newbold, general manager of PGG Wrightson Real Estate. “Lifestyle developments in reasonable proximity to the main centers therefore tend to carry a premium over and above comparable properties further away.”
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