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Here we have a rare opportunity to secure your very own boat shed, Slipway, and mooring in idyllic Careys Bay! Coastal Permit Consent Numbers 6014, 6015 & 2004/579.
Built of heart red pine, with corrugated iron cladding, this boat shed has been well-loved and maintained since it was constructed.
The boat shed itself has been fitted out as a workshop, with benches, shelves and printers type-case storage draws. There is a hand basin, switchboard and power outlets, plus great indoor and outdoor lighting. Double doors open onto the wharf at the harbour end so you can launch at sunrise, and at the west end for easy access to the road as you arrive home at sunset. There is space for two cars on the verge and several more on the road.
With a well-constructed 22m(+/-) long wharf, low loading platform with hand-railed steps for ease of boarding, two fixed ladders, weather-proof exterior power points, floodlighting, wharf crane, and water blaster with pump, this set up has been thoughtfully crafted by a boatie with wisdom and local boating knowledge.
Boat berth is 1.7m deep for the keel of a yacht at low tide, in a dredged soft mud channel on the south side of the wharf, while the mooring (depth 3.5m) is situated about 60m from the wharf, suitable for a 10 ton yacht with a 2m draft. The mooring weight is a 1.25 ton part-spoked, part-solid steam engine driving-wheel, which has a great grip on the mud.
Also included in this sale is an elderly 1952 Ferguson tractor that is not roadworthy (therefore included as is, where is), but it goes and can be used for powering the winch or the water blaster pump.
Further history of The Little Shipyard is available on request on the Tall Poppy website the under additional information tab.
The boat shed and slipway are on Otago regional council lease land
Enquiries Over $249,000.
Note: For purposes of listing through all portals: The boat shed does not have a bathroom and there is no bedroom.
Security system (key operated), Light fittings, winch, tractor (as is where is), water blaster with pump, fixed ladders
Coastal Permit Consent Numbers 6014, 6015 and 2004/579