This property sits on 80 acres and 32 perches of freehold land off the South Eastern coast of Vanua Levu. 30 minutes’ by boat from Matei airport in Taveuni.
With beach frontage, the property is relatively flat on most part and some steep areas with extensive forest cover of indigenous timber stock.
This part of Fiji experiences beautiful weather pattern.
Like most of Fiji, this region also has wet weather particularly in the summer months with a level of humidity. In the cooler months, one will find beautiful blue skies, warm waters and absolutely perfect evenings.
The property falls outside the jurisdiction of any Municipal Boundary but is overseen by Savusavu Rural Local Authority for any development approvals.
Savusavu and Taveuni have state of art telecommunication services which is linked to Labasa exchange.
The reception is exceptional with all mobile networks. There is no power source although this doesn’t deter one from keeping their private generators.
The main agricultural produce in the locality is copra, scattered patches of dalo and yaqona plantations. The said property also has a small coconut plantation with some merchantable timber cover on ridges. Savusavu is the commercial and administrative center and major tourist attraction. Flights go in from the Nadi International Airport to Savusavu regularly.
Erected on the property is a residence estimated to be over 50 years old. The construction is of corrugated iron gable roof, timber frame, timber shiplap external walls, louvre windows with timber joinery, timber floors with local based timber post, double wall finishing and a bamboo ceiling.
This residence is subdivided into 3 bedrooms, lounge/dining area and adjoining kitchen.
Other improvements include a copra drier, concrete water tanks, a well and a generator shed.