"Mt White Station" Iconic South Island High ...
Mt, White Road, Arthurs Pass, Selwyn
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"Mt White Station" Iconic South Island High Country Station
Considered by many as the ultimate high country property with outstanding recreational values set in a majestic outdoor playground all within 2 hours of Christchurch.
Colliers International are proud to offer Mt White Station for sale for the first time since 1924. This highly regarded high country station totals in excess of 40,000 hectares and enjoys a 31 kilometre frontage to the upper reaches of the Waimakariri River and is bounded by Arthurs Pass National Park to the west and the Puketeraki and Dampier Ranges to the east and north. With some stunning landscape features including the Hawdon, Poulter and Esk rivers this location is internationally renowned for hunting and fishing.
This remarkable property has a rich history dating back to Canterbury’s earliest settlement. Only 153 kilometres by road from Christchurch, the Station comprises a balance of river flats and terraces, easy downs through to its renowned open extensive hill country. Well-developed flats including some k-line irrigation around the main yard area compliment the hill country.
Currently carrying approximately 8300 fine wool merino sheep, 330 cows and 230 cattle and 400 red deer with fawns at foot there is significant potential to further develop the farm production and performance. There is a well maintained homestead, cottage and musterers quarters, as well as a full array of farm buildings including excellent stock handling facilities.
Mt White Station enjoys a well-deserved reputation as one of New Zealand’s foremost high country stations bringing together scope and scale along with a rich and diverse farming history. With the backdrop of the Southern Alps and some of NZ’s finest fishing rivers on your doorstep – whichever way you look at Mt White Station – it will be a privilege to be it’s next owner continuing a legacy first started in 1873.