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​​A huge and beautifully renovated warehouse with newly built, 1 bedroom accommodation attached.
Separate to this warehouse is another 2-story residential property (total of 3 bedrooms) plus vacant land to waterfront.
The entire property spans 2263 sq m and run from roadside to water’s edge.
This is a great ‘blank-canvas’ project that has a tonne of potential for further development.
Imagine a retail complex with accommodation or a tourism rental property, or a mix of both – endless possibilities in this mix. Listed uses in lease are for residential and commercial approval
This is a rare find and is priced to sell - Long lease period, and ready to use.....get in QUICK for this one !!!   Enquire NOW !!!

Uses for residential,factory,warehousing,retail or any development requiring high profile main road frontage and beach front uses


Land Size                     2,263 sq meter (in total)
Lease period                Till 2063  
Asking Price                 NZD $1,500,000 (negotiable)
Uses                             Residential and Commercial

A little more on this location:

Land District Arorangi is represented under vaka Puaikura.
Palm-studded white sandy beaches fringe most of the island, and there is a popular cross-island walk that connects Avatiu valley with the south side of the island. It passes the Te Rua Manga, the prominent needle-shaped rock visible from the air and some coastal areas. Hikes can also be taken to the Raemaru, or flat-top mountain. Other stops should include  Papua Falls and the ancient marae, Arai te Tonga.

Popular island activities include snorkeling, , bike riding, kite surfing, hiking, deep-sea fishing, boat tours, zipping around on mopeds, and enjoying the tranquil beaches. There are many churches open for service on Sunday, with a cappella singing. The pace of life is so relaxed that at night people congregate at the sea wall that skirts the end of the airport's runway to be "jetblasted" by incoming planes.

There are three harbours, Avatiu, Avarua and Avana, of which only Avatiu harbour is of any commercial significance and serves a small fleet of inter-island and fishing vessels and cargo ships regularly call from New Zealand. Large cruise ships have to anchor off shore.

Rarotonga is encircled by a main road, Ara Tapu, that traces the coast. Three-quarters of Rarotonga are encircled by the ancient inner road, Ara Metua. Approximately 32 km long, this road was constructed in 11th century and for most or all of its whole length was paved with large stone slabs.


Warehouse with accommodation

​plus 2 storey home and vacant waterfront land - massive potential