Rangitahi most beautiful town 2018

Rangitahi: A bit of paradise

THE RANGITAHI PROJECT AIMS TO PROVIDE LAND FOR THOSE WANTING TO JOIN THE LAID-BACK SEASIDE COMMUNITY OF RAGLAN, TO BUILD THEIR OWN DREAMS, AND TO CREATE A LIFE THAT PROMISES BEAUTY AND SIMPLICITY.

THE PEACOCKES HAVE BEEN FARMING LAND HERE IN RAGLAN, AN ICONIC SEASIDE COMMUNITY FOR MORE THAN 30 YEARS.

They are not only top farmers, but also extremely keen nature enthusiasts. All of the members of the Peacocke family have a great passion for protecting the ecological values of the land through extensive planting of native flora and fauna. As a result, the birdlife on the peninsula is abundant and thriving.

THE RANGITAHI PROJECT IS AN INCREDIBLE VISION CREATED BY AN EXTRAORDINARY FAMILY.

THE VILLAGE CORE (STAGE ONE)

The Village Core is the first stage of the Rangitahi Project. It is comprised of 8 hectares of land which connects with the Raglan inner harbour. The main access to Raglan’s newest neighbourhood will be via the Rangitahi Bridge only a couple minutes drive from the Raglan town centre. Stage one sections are sold out and the subdivision is under construction, with home builds anticipated to begin in 2019.

THE RETREAT (STAGE TWO)

The Retreat is the second stage of the Rangitahi Project. Closely connected to Precinct A via walkways and recreational green spaces, the Retreat offers the dream coastal lifestyle with waterfront sections overlooking the inner harbour, Mount Karioi and the Raglan golf course. There are sections ranging in size from 400 to 830m2.

SALES UPDATE

We have sold a total of 15 of 28 sections in
the second stage of the Rangitahi Peninsula development. Sales in November include; Lots 196, 197, 198, 199, 204 and 206. Sales in December
so far include Lot 195, which is currently under contract. There are just 13 Lots remaining in stage two, 5 of these are on the waterfront.

There are limited waterfront sections left so don’t miss out on securing your dream coastal property this summer in the beautiful town of Raglan. Get in touch with Sam or Sophie for a viewing. After hours and weekend appointments can be arranged.

AN EXAMPLE OF ONE OF THE STUNNING ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS WHICH WILL BE A FEATURE OF THE RANGITAHI PROJECT

THE VISION FOR DIVERSITY.

The tranquil harbour estuary, which reaches out to the Tasman Sea, surrounds the peninsula, and the diversity of sections available will suit both permanent residents and weekend holiday makers.

“We are looking for interesting types of buildings, so that the environment is diverse, just like the people of Raglan”

We want to attract a range of architecture that respects the natural surroundings, anything from 1-2 bedroom houses to larger family homes. The people living here on Rangitahi will be keen on the outdoors and enjoy being part of a creative community. They could be from NZ or from overseas.

There is great opportunity to practise sustainable living on Rangitahi: you could have a bigger piece of land to grow your own produce, or just choose a low maintenance property protected by our much loved kiwi native bush and of course, the tuis.”

WHETHER YOU’RE LOOKING FOR WORLD-CLASS SURF, STUNNING SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL BEACHES, INSPIRING ARTS OR SIMPLY A GREAT CUP OF COFFEE, RAGLAN HAS SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE.

Situated on the West Coast of New Zealand’s North Island, just a 45-minute drive west of Hamilton or a two-hour drive south of Auckland, Raglan is the perfect escape from the hustle

and bustle of everyday city life.Surrounded by water and bush and watched over by the majestic Mount Karioi, Raglan offers breathtaking views from every corner.

Black volcanic sands lend a sense of atmosphere to the coastal landscape. Head to Ngaranui beach, just a few kilometres from the town, for surfing, bodyboarding, swimming, walking or just chilling in the sunshine.

A surfing mecca for wave riders, Raglan has three world-class point breaks. Manu Bay is said to offer the longest left hand rides on the planet and featured in Bruce Brown’s 1964 classic surf film The Endless Summer. Further along the coastline sit the breaks of Whale Bay and Indicators. For the less experienced, head to Ngaranui Beach.

If surfing’s not quite your thing there’s plenty of other options for getting active in Raglan. Try your hand at kiteboarding, enjoy a round of golf or throw out a fishing line and catch your tea.

Explore the beautiful landscape by foot, horseback or bike or kayak the waters of the harbour. There are spectacular views from the top of Mount Karioi – it’s a three hour trek but more than worth it. For a less strenuous outing head to Bridal Veil/ Wairenga Falls, a spectacular natural waterfall just a short drive from town. At weekends you can ride Raglan’s mountain bike trails.

Picturesque landscapes, a laid-back atmosphere and a healthy dose of kiwi hospitality have enticed some of the country’s best artists and artisans
to this coastal town, creating a thriving arts
scene. Discover original art, photography, pottery, traditional weaving, stone carving and jewellery by visiting the local galleries.

Residents are also spoilt for choice when it comes to great food. Stroll down Bow Street and you’ll find a selection of tasty morsels on offer from tapas, raw vegan sweets, sushi, burritos and curries to seafood, burgers and pizza. An emerging foodie hot spot, Raglan is home to some of the best eateries and venues in the Waikato, whether you’re after raw food, vegan cuisine or just a nice coffee spot.

Come and see Sam and Sophie at the Rangitahi Shed on Bow Street. These two have plenty of passion and plenty of understanding about this special place. When it comes to creating a blueprint of what a new, sustainable and fun community should look like, these two have the respect and vision needed to accomplish it.

Appointments to be made through our website.

YOUR DREAM HOME AND LIFESTYLE IS WAITING AT RANGITAHI

Sophie
P. 027 462 5987
E. sophie@rangitahi.co.nz

Sam
P. 027 654 1551
E. sam@rangitahi.co.nz

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