Mt Hamilton back on the market

A view of the north end of Mt Hamilton Station. PHOTO: David Henderson/PGG Wrightson

Landcorp is putting its Mt Hamilton station back on the market, this time dividing it into three separate sections for sale.

Landcorp head of communications Simon King said the plan was always to re-market the massive station 12km west of Mossburn if it did not sell when Landcorp first put it on the market. 

"When we marketed the property the first time, we listened to feedback from potential buyers and we are now marketing it as three lots."

The three newly divided blocks are a 804ha sheep and beef block at 985 Chewings Road in Mossburn, whose capital improvements include two houses, a five-stand woolshed and cattle yards.

The other two sections are deer blocks. The first is a 1140ha section at 1901 Chewings Road with one house, a deer shed and a farm office. The second deer block is a 882ha at 4262 Te Anau Mossburn Highway, which has one house and a decommissioned three-stand woolshed.

Tenders for the three sections close on Friday, March 2.

Meanwhile the Overseas Investment Office (OIO) has received an application from an overseas buyer to purchase Landcorp's Jericho Station in Fiordland. 

Overseas Investment Office (OIO) deputy chief executive for policy and overseas investment Lisa Barrett said the application was currently being assessed. 

The OIO was unable to provide an indication when a decision would be made, she said.


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