For sale: New Zealand village with pub, 40 people
Looking for a sense of possessiveness with a whole locality at the cost of less than US dollar 1 million that too in a peaceful country like New Zealand, then read these few lines below. City executives can have the opportunity to release their stress in this tiny hamlet for an affordable price.
In the southern Alps of New Zealand the Otira village is situated inside a national park on the west coast of the South Island that is the property of Bill and Christine Hennah. The couple bought this village for the reason that the place was not in good condition and that made them to regretful state while passing through it. The deal was made in the year 1998 at a price US dollar 65,290 (NZ $ 80,000). From whom they bought the place is not reported in the news. That is really not so important since the new owner wants to sell this property now. The Hennah couple are now in the 60’s, hence might be feeling it difficult to maintain the same as they could do in the late 40s. Otira is comprised of 18 houses, a town hall, a railway station, a school, a hotel for which they paid the price that is already mentioned above.Their asking price now is US $ 817,060 (NZ $ 1 million) for all items. If anyone wants to buy the hotel separately, he has to pay US $ 285,520, or alternately the total package is US $ 817,060. More information for the hopeful buyer is the village has total population