Seven Oaks development taking shape

Seven Oaks development taking shape

Nestled between DOC native reserves and bordering Lake Taupo, Seven Oaks is a truly unique subdivision, says Seven Oaks Kinloch Limited developer Phil Rielly.
“Offering stunning building sites, a community with every amenity, with bush surrounding and framing spectacular natural beauty with the mountains and lake this project will re-define what is expected from land development,” he says.
Seven Oaks is completely surrounded by bush reserve and the aim is to create eco corridors through the development for birds and native wildlife.
There is an active pest eradication programme on the site run in conjunction with local Kinloch residents. Phil says the development is being promoted as eco-friendly and it will attract like-minded people who want to live in harmony with nature.
Seven Oaks will include reserves, walking and cycling trails, and borders a scenic reserve that includes the K2K section of the Great Lake Mountain Bike Trail – one of the 18 great rides which make up Nga Haerenga – the New Zealand Cycle Trail network.
The construction of roading and services of stage one of the development began April 2018 and is due for completion summer 2020 with titles issued shortly after.There are 29 lots in stage 1 with only a few still available.
Phil says Seven Oaks has a variety of sections from approximately 800-1100 square metres and has attracted a variety of purchasers from first home buyers to those wanting an exclusive upmarket home.
Remaining are some of the more exclusive larger sections on Oakleaf Lane, part of a private gated community and more elevated so they enjoy stunning lake and mountain views.
Stage two was launched to the market in October and offers 38 lots with walking access to the lakefront and expansive views of Lake Taupo and Mt Ruapehu, Mt Tongariro and Mt Ngauruhoe in the distance.
A large reserve area will be developed as part of stage two including a children’s playground and fitness trail.
Located just 15 minutes drive from Taupo the small settlement of Kinloch, where the development is located, is growing and includes a dairy, cafes, a local golf course, and the prestigious Kinloch Club, overlooking the Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course which is ranked by Golf Digest Magazine amongst the Top 100 courses in the world outside the US.

Seven Oaks development taking shape
Seven Oaks is completely surrounded by bush reserve and the aim is to create eco corridors through the development for birds and native wildlife.

Phil says that the development block was once owned by Sir Keith Holyoake who first gave it the name Seven Oaks, which has been retained out of respect for the land’s history.
Seven Oaks is being marketed by Bayleys with prices ranging from approximately 250,000-900,000.
A point of difference is that the 10% deposit paid to secure a section earns 5% interest per annum until settlement making for a sound investment.
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