‘Once in two centuries’ Marlborough opportunity
A farm called Taradale in the outer Kenepuru Sound, Marlborough is for sale for the first time in 152 years.
Taradale may be one of the longest held properties by one family in New Zealand.
It was originally acquired by Irish immigrant, one-time gold miner, and the first white settler in the region, Patrick McMahon, in 1862. His descendants have owned it ever since.
The 808ha property is in seven titles with nearly 4km of water frontage.