Want to own the perfect Kiwi beach?
A Wellington gem is up for sale, with 12 baches, a windswept beach and all the hunting and fishing you could desire.
The unique 5.3-hectare coastal block is located on Wellington's southwest coast, and came on the market after Kinnoull Station was subdivided.
"This is an outdoor adventurer's dream property. There's great hunting, fishing and plenty of flora, fauna and streams. This place lends itself perfectly for self-sufficient living - off grid!" says Joe Lupi, owner of Century 21 First Choice Realty.
"The rugged and remote beauty of the south coast is completely captivating. At the same time Wellington city is just 40 minutes-drive. It is a very rare and very cool property."
A video shows the settlement nestled between tall sloping hills, while horses graze on the grass. The property has stunning views as it looks out to the South Island. The sunsets are also spectacular.
"This is an incredible opportunity with the property nicely situated to maximise outstanding views including sunsets and is sheltered from any prevailing winds," Mr Lupi says.
The 12 baches are privately owned, with the property owner able to live off the rental income.
But if they want to live in solitude, the bach owners' rights to use the land are renewed annually. The new owner could cancel the renewal and buy one of the baches to live in.