The land block of 6.3 hectares that could be yours for $ 150,000, but can not access it

An idyllic block of land that extends over 6.3 hectares is available to buy for only $ 150,000, but there is a trap

The block of land of 6.3 hectares that could be yours for $ 150,000, but can not access it or even see it on foot

  • You can buy a plot of land of 6.3 hectares for only $ 150,000
  • However, potential buyers would have difficulty accessing it on foot
  • The prospective buyer would have to negotiate with neighbors or seek legal help

Sophie Tanno for Daily Mail Australia

An idyllic block of land that extends over 6.3 hectares is available to buy for only $ 150,000, but there is a trap.

The original list of land in First National Whangeri in Towai, New Zealand, promises excellent views of the valley, native trees to cool off in summer, or take a dip in the creek that runs through the property & # 39;

However, potential buyers would have difficulty verifying it for themselves.

The block does not have legal access, which means that it is not possible to see it on foot. The potential owner would have to buy the property without being seen or try to see it by helicopter or drone.

An idyllic block of land that extends over 6.3 hectares is available to buy for only $ 150,000, but there is a trap

An idyllic block of land that extends over 6.3 hectares is available to buy for only $ 150,000, but there is a trap

The plot of land is located in Towai, in the northern region of the North Island, New Zealand

The plot of land is located in Towai, in the northern region of the North Island, New Zealand

The plot of land is located in Towai, in the northern region of the North Island, New Zealand

The current owner, Paul Crewther, told Stuff that he understands that the Maori family that owned the surrounding land subdivided it in the 1920s, but did not give access to this block.

The potential buyer should try to negotiate with neighbors to gain access to the land. Alternatively, they would have to seek redress under section 327/328 of the Property Law.

Crewther's attorney calculated the cost of going to the Superior Court to obtain legal access of between $ 20,000 and $ 40,000.

Crewther told Stuff, "There are two streams running through the property to generate water and energy, use the rural wireless broadband network for the Internet, satellite television and a septic tank and you will have the complete escape outside the network."

Crewther said it was possible for the new owner to rebuild the abandoned house and that the plot of land has the potential to be the cheapest lifestyle block.

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