Tora is one of the last untouched coastal areas close to Wellington and the Wairarapa. All sections on the Estate enjoy spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean with shared ownership of a large waterfront reserve that will protect your outlook forever.
All sections enjoy covenants that protect owners values as the subdivision is developed. They ensure that whoever builds next door to your section don’t use second-hand materials as they have to build new houses.
Other owners can’t park and store unwarranted derelict cars, trucks or other machinery (which are unsightly), can’t leave rubbish lying around their section, and are required to build decent sized houses not little sheds (all houses must be at least 100 square metres).
These covenants ensure the subdivision looks and maintains a high quality feel and becomes a development you can be proud of. These covenants are available for download as a PDF here.
Tora is one of the last untouched coastal areas 2 hours drive from Wellington. Local attractions include a seal colony adjacent to the property, a protected bush area to the rear of your property, a boat launch area within 5 minutes’ drive, horse riding, surfing, fishing and an abundance of crayfish, paua and other sea life. Tora is only half an hour away from Martinborough township which boasts a movie theatre, golf course, top restaurants and cafés and some of the leading vineyards in New Zealand.
Yes. Whilst the individual titles are set back from the water’s edge to maximise views, the common areas run down to the beach.
You are purchasing a freehold title (approximately 800 to 1,000 square metres) along with a 1/24th share of all the common area which is approximately 52 hectares.
The common area includes the QE11 covenanted bush area behind the sections, the wetlands, the wastewater system and the remainder of the land that runs down to the water’s edge.
Most of the common area has been set aside as regenerating bush with a QE11 covenant to protect it. The residual is grazed by sheep and maintained by a local farmer.
Yes. When purchasing a section in a new subdivision there is always a concern about what your neighbours will build next to you and what other houses in the subdivision will ultimately look like. Our covenants protect purchasers by ensuring all houses are designed and built to a high standard. The covenants also ensure the sections are well maintained and free from unsightly vehicles, equipment and rubbish.
A committee of co-owners will be formed to administer and manage the common areas and building covenants. Elections are held each year and all owners are entitled to vote and be on the committee if elected.
The services supplied to each site are all underground to preserve the natural environment and include:
Awhea Coastal Estate will be a subdivision that is well integrated into the coastal environment. All houses will be new and the grounds landscaped. House colours will be recessive in colour and in harmony with the ambiance of the coast.
Titles have been issued and sections are now available for sale.
Please call us on 0274 399 398 to arrange for someone to show you around the subdivision.