Trelinnoe Station is a unique 1130 hectare mixed sheep and beef breeding and finishing farm located in Te Pohue, a highly regarded farming district northwest of Napier.
Solid fundamentals of good summer rainfall and a strong fertiliser history enable this farm to be highly productive. The winner of multiple environmental awards, Trelinnoe Station is renowned for its forward-thinking environmentally sensitive approach to farming practices.
Alongside the farming operation sits Trelinnoe Park, an internationally recognised botanical garden covering 13ha and comprising landscaped woodlands, wide sweeping lawns, clipped hedges, hillsides of flowering trees and spectacular vistas to the station's dramatic landscape. The park is recognised by the New Zealand Garden Trust as a garden of national significance.
The magnificent gardens and the architecturally designed 60 seat cafe nestled amongst the gardens attract thousands of visitors every year with people from all over the world enjoying its beauty.
Trelinnoe is a large-scale, well-developed farming business in the greenbelt of Hawke's Bay with a unique landscaped park at its centre that offers a large homestead, a spacious cafe and a world-class botanical collection. The full complement of infrastructure includes two additional dwellings, a four-stand woolshed, shearer's quarters, single man's quarters, implement shedding. and supplementary farm buildings.
The generations of love, labour, loyalty, and passion invested into this property provide the new owner with the best possible platform to work from in stamping their own mark on this iconic property and continuing to take Trelinnoe forward.
Discerning purchasers have the opportunity to purchase the entire property or either the 1117ha farm title or the 13ha homestead title separately.