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Opape 5A2B1

Opape 5A2B1 is a 6.91 hectare property situated on Motu Road, near Opotiki. The block is located in three severances. The two smaller severances are split by Motu Road and the third larger severance is located to the south east. The two smaller parcels are flat to easy rolling in contour with an open aspect. Soils on the property comprise of Taupo and Apanui soils. They can be accessed off Motu Road. The third parcel is completely covered in bush with no formal access.
1.8 hectares of the block is leased and all 1.8 hectares are effective and currently utilised for dairy/dairy support.
There is an old cowshed and a dwelling on the property.

Land Information

Land area:
6.91 hectares
Location:
Motu Back Road, Opotiki
Region:
Bay of Plenty
Māori Land Court region:
Waiariki
Role of Māori Trustee for this whenua:
Responsible Trustee

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There are 57 people or whānau trusts who have shares in Opape 5A2B1.

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