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- Views East and West
- Fencing, Underground Power, Phone
- 17 Lots, 1.4 to 5.8 ha
'Governors Green' appropriately enough, is named after New Zealand's third governor, Sir George Grey, who was instrumental in creating Greytown.
Comprising of 20 lots ranging in size from 1.4 hectares to 3.35 hectares with covenants relating to the size and standard of the homes to protect purchaser's investments.
With tree plantings, an attractive entrance way, wood railing fencing on the road edges (with standard post and wire fences on the other boundaries), and underground power, phone. A reticulated water supply is available to each lot.
The majority of the sections border farmland with views west to the Tararuas and east to the hills.
All of the sections are on well-drained, flat land and some of the sections also have a water race running through them, providing a year-round supply of water for stock.
The location of Governor's Green at the south end of Greytown is a real advantage for commuters, only one hour's drive to central Wellington, or alternatively there's the train. Also the large sections lend themselves to all sorts of possibilities, from retired farmers who would like to keep some stock, to city dwellers looking for that extra space to grow grapes, olives or to keep horses on.
The cycle trail between Greytown and Woodside Railway Station runs along the northern edge of the development, marked by mature oak trees. It's also just a short walk or bike into the centre of Greytown via West or Cotter Streets to visit the many fine local cafes or restaurants.
Priced from $295,000