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Rangitaiki 60D5B

�Rangitaiki 60D5B is a 41.5055 hectare property situated on both sides of Galatea Road, approximately 5.8 kilometres from Te Teko. The land is predominantly flat to undulating in contour and adjoins the Rangitaiki River on its western boundary. The block can be accessed from Galatea Road.
The property is leased separately in two parts.
The central area of the western severance, approximately 13.1 hectares, is currently utilised as a kiwifruit orchard.
Parts of the eastern and western severance, approximately 15.01 hectares, are also leased and utilised for cropping purposes.

Land Information

Land area:
41.5055 hectares
Location:
453 Galatea Road, Te Teko
Region:
Bay of Plenty
Māori Land Court region:
Waiariki
Role of Māori Trustee for this whenua:
Responsible Trustee

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