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Jewel in the crown in the beautiful Coromandel

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A spectacular piece of pristine, undulating coastal land totalling some 30.76 hectares with magnificent views across the Pacific Ocean is for sale, offering prospective purchasers a rare chance to secure a major slice of paradise on the highly sought-after Coromandel Peninsula.

The super-sized parcel of freehold land is located at the northern end of Wainuiototo Bay, commonly referred to as New Chums Beach.

Colliers Brokers Tony Allsop and Roger Seavill have been exclusively appointed to market the property for sale by mortgagee tender, closing at 4pm on Tuesday 23 November, unless sold prior.

Allsop, Director of Investment Sales at Colliers, says the site’s position provides breathtaking views which complement the other remarkable features of the site that is laced with potential and natural beauty.

“The property has an approximate 1km-long eastern boundary adjoining the recreational reserve beside the foreshore,” Allsop says.

“About 200m of this boundary offers frontage to the world-famous New Chums Beach. The land comprises a mixture of native bush and regenerating scrub with an easterly aspect overlooking the pristine sands and azure water.”

Allsop says the site will provide the new owner with a private piece of land with a stunning backdrop and views that will be the envy of many people globally.

“New Chums Beach has been voted in the top 10 beaches to visit in the world and is exceptionally popular among domestic and international visitors alike due to the beautiful landscape and pristine ocean water.

“The beach is one of the jewels in the crown of the Coromandel region and is a true treasure of the area given the breathtaking views on offer and the serenity that it provides.

“There are several potential house sites on this block of land which, subject to obtaining all applicable consents, would enable the new buyer to be able to craft a project that suits their specific tastes on a versatile landholding that is effectively a blank canvas.”

Seavill, New Zealand Special Projects Manager at Colliers, says this property will generate strong interest among a wide range of buyers given the unique opportunity that it presents.

“We expect to hear from a huge array of prospective purchasers for this unique offering, from interested locals to high-net-worths here and abroad that are looking for a rare parcel of land, which has such unbeatable natural features,” Seavill says.

“This large landholding offers the new buyer the opportunity to own an iconic piece of New Zealand’s natural landscape in one of the most sought-after areas of New Zealand that remains attractive for a wide range of visitors.

“The Coromandel Peninsula is highly desirable given its exquisite green spaces and extraordinary scenery, and is less than three hours’ drive from Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city.

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Tony Allsop



Tony joined Colliers International as senior property manager for the Auckland Property Management Division in 1996. From National Manager of Property Management 2000-2004, Tony joined the Commercial Sales team in 2004.

He specialises in investment sales in the Auckland CBD and fringe works closely with private clients and corporates alike. He has expertise in selling add value properties and development sites.

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Roger Seavill

Manager | Special Projects


Roger, New Zealand Special Projects Manager, leads our national team which operates throughout the Colliers International NZ network of 30 offices.

Roger also maintain close links with the international team of specialists within the global Colliers International group to source buyers.



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