1.6 hectares on the edge of the Fairlie Township with good views to the mountains.
The land is divided into five grazing paddocks and three of the external fences are deer fenced. A shed has been converted to enable the handling of stock and an attached ramp makes it easier to load stock on to and out of the property. There are also a variety of other open sheds for storage.
Connections to the Fairlie town water & town sewer lines, which run along the roadside, are available but not currently connected.
This is a nice lifestyle block with lots of opportunities to develop further and site a new home. It is handy enough to walk into Fairlie and the lakes and mountains are just a short drive away.
Price by Negotiation Over $300,000
Fairlie is a small rural community of around 900 people which has a lot to offer young families right through to those choosing to retire here.
It is a quiet rural town without the crowds, the rush or the bustle. Away from the pressure and stress of city living.
Compare house prices - you'll find you can update your present home and still have cash in the bank.
So centrally located - 2 hours from Christchurch, within 45 minutes of Geraldine, Temuka, Timaru and Lake Tekapo.
Within twenty minutes to the turnoffs to Mt Dobson and Fox Peaks Ski Fields and just ten minutes to Lake Opuha a warm man-made lake covering 700 hectares.
Excellent recreational facilities, from the rivers and lakes providing boating and fishing, to the sporting minded who prefer golf, bowls, cricket, rugby, squash, croquet, basketball, tennis or just a quiet dip in the covered and heated swimming pool.
Excellent standard of Pre-school, Primary and Secondary Schooling available. Lower class numbers allows more time for students and one-to-one attention.
A safe and secure town with a resident police officer.
All the essential shops and facilities. A range of eateries, service stations and accommodation options.
Very caring and well qualified doctors and nurses at the Medical Centre along with a very didicated team of volunteer Ambulance and Fire Brigade personnel.
A town full of friendly people, happy to help and proud to be part of this community.
Visitor information can be obtained from the Heartlands Fairlie Resource Centre
Phone: (03) 685 8496
The Mabel Binney Cottage, just west of Fairlie on State Highway 8, dates from about 1975 and presents many period items. The adjacent Vintage Machinery Museum houses old farm machinery, wagons and traction engines.
On the same site as the Mabel Binney Cottage is the old Fairlie Railway Station, moved there after the line was closed in 1968.
The Mt Dobson and Fox Peak skifields are a short drive away.
Paca Schack - Visit with the Alpacas.
Lake Opuha, 12 kilometres from Fairlie, offers boating, water and jet skiing, fishing and swimming.
We have two residential doctors, a volunteer fire brigade and an ambulance service. We also have facilities, such as a Resthome, Kindergarten, two Primary Schools, and a High School. The local community library caters for all reading requirements and we have all the essential shops to fulfill your needs. There is two fine restaurants to choose from or two hotels for a more relaxed atmosphere. A large village green area and hundreds of clubs, sports, services, and welfare are available for all types of hobbies.
The Carnegies Fairlie, The Red Stag Restaurant and a good variety of cafes provides excellent food for those wishing to while away the time in Fairlie. Of course the is also The Fairlie Bakehouse which is famous for its award winning pies.
The traffic volume in Fairlie is low and the footpaths are good. It is safe to walk or cycle. In Fairlie you are always handy to everything.
Heartlands provide a community vehicle for trips around Fairlie and Timaru.
InterCity Coachlines have an alpine service base at Fairlie.
(03) 685 8605
Fairlie has a low crime rate, and excellent schooling, with low class numbers. The people are very friendly and we have a very caring community.
Come to Fairlie to get away from the crowds, the bustle and the traffic! Improve your standard of housing and have cash in the Bank. If you want a challenge, we have skiing, fishing, hunting, boating, mountain climbing or just tramping, everything is so handy. Fairlie is a great place to visit, but it's a wonderful place to live!!!
Mackenzie Community Library
(03) 685 8560
Fairlie Medical Centre
(03) 685 8211
A physiotherapist visits the town regularly.
Timaru Public Hospital
(03) 684 4000
The postal service operates 3 days a week but packages are delivered daily inot the township. Internet Services are available at the library, resource centre and Fairlie Interesting.
The 'Fairlie Accessible', a fortnightly newspaper and advertiser that covers the region from Cave to Lake Tekapo, is published in Fairlie.
(03) 685 8692
The early childhood facility in Fairlie is:
Fairlie Area Kindergarten
(03) 685 8505
Fairlie Early Learners
(03) 685 6263
The primary school in Fairlie is:
Fairlie Primary School
(03) 685 8504
St Joseph's School
The secondary school in Fairlie is:
Mackenzie College (forms 1 to 7)
(03) 685 8603
The nearest tertiary institutions are:
(03) 684 8240
0800 4 AORAKI
Christchurch College of Education South Canterbury Campus Timaru
(03) 688 8163
It is also possible to do tertiary study through Mackenzie College's link with Massey University.
Fairlie Bowling Club
(03) 685 8466
Fairlie Golf Club
(03) 685 8024 or Paul Blair 021 363 956
Strathconan Park provides facilities for bowling, rugby, squash and croquet.
The Fairlie swimming pool is open during the summer months and the Fairlie Domain has a children's playground.
Mackenzie Country Hunting Guides
(03) 685 8230
Dobson Ski Area
(03) 685 8039
Fox Peak Skifield
(03) 685 8539
The Ski Shack on Fairlie's main street provides services for skiers, including ski waxing, equipment hire, clothing and information on ski conditions.