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49 Hally Terrace Temuka

Property ID:YQ8GTA

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  • Area: 460m2

Change the Rhythm of Your Life

49 Hally Terrace Temuka

Property Snapshot

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  • Area: 460m2

Enquiries over $740,000 (RV) will be considered with GST payable (reclaimable if kept as ongoing business).

Heritage that's been respected and made relevant for today's living. The savvy buyer who knows a thing or two about transforming space will snap this up in an instant.

You have a three bedroom private master residence, which offers complete privacy, a large kitchen allows you to stay engaged in food preparation while still socializing, a log burner and heat pump, a conservatory, private entrance, fully fenced with sheds and a child's play area.

You also get two, 1 bedroom apartments and one, 2 bedroom apartment fully self sufficient and beautifully presented apartments which seamlessly integrate the finest modern finishes while preserving the integrity of this historical treasure. Currently operating as a unique Boutique Hotel which is successfully established and operating on Booking.Com as 'Hall on the Terrace' with advance bookings, as each apartment is private and accessed from a central lobby.

A gym room and large storage room, both easily converted into sleeping areas. Multiple living zones to maximize the comfort of the whole family, with ceiling space which could be converted into a penthouse.

Close to ski fields, and a short walk into main street. Landscaping designed for 'real life' easy maintenance and to look good all year round, this is perfect for combined families, self employed or those wanting to start a café or other business.

This information has been supplied by the owners and Corelogic. LJ Hooker Timaru is merely passing over this information as supplied to us. We cannot guarantee its accuracy and reliability as we have not checked, audited or reviewed the information. All intending purchasers are advised to conduct their own due diligence investigation into this information. To the maximum extent permitted by law, we do not accept any responsibility to any part for the accuracy or use of the information herein. REA 2008

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Location Description


Situated 18 kilometres north of Timaru on State Highway 1, Temuka is a picturesque town with an energetic community that takes great pride in its heritage - a heritage that saw local farmer Richard Pearse rival the Wright Brothers as the first man to fly (some world aviation authorities still say he was, and try telling a local he wasn’t!).


Although the town is renowned for its 'Temuka Pottery', Temuka’s economy is based mainly on agriculture and associated industries. The giant Fonterra dairy factory at Clandeboye is the area’s largest employer and stock sales are held in Temuka each Monday.  A strong rural community is still very established and recognisable here.


Locals enjoy the friendly, easy-going lifestyle Temuka brings. Families, retired couples and those starting out are taking the opportunity to settle in Temuka for the host of attractions within easy reach, from one of New Zealand’s best and prettiest golf courses to some of the finest trout and salmon fishing in the world and of course the ever popular whitebaiting at the local river mouths. Anglers from all over the world have long been drawn to Temuka by its reputation for fine fishing rivers, especially where the Rangitata and Opihi meet the vast Pacific Ocean.


Although close to Timaru, Temuka is self-sufficient, with a full range of medical facilities and dozens of community service organisations. The community also supports over 30 hobby groups and over 30 sporting and recreational groups. Great medical facilities, schools and churches all add to the appeal.

Visitors and new arrivals are invariably impressed by the warm, out-going friendliness of the local people, a special trait for which Temuka is renowned. They are fiercely proud of their town, and proud that so many people should want to visit.

Visitors Centre

Temuka Information Centre
72-74 King Street
Phone: (03) 615 9537
Fax: (03) 615 9538


  • An airplane at Waitohi commemorates Richard Pearse, the local farmer who many claim achieved powered flight before the Wright brothers did.

  • The Fonterra Dairy Company at nearby Clandeboye is the second largest in the southern hemisphere and can be visited by arrangement.

  • The Temuka Pottery in Thomas St conducts weekly tours and the factory shop on the Temuka bypass is open seven days.

  • Many nearby waterways, especially the Rangitata and Opihi river mouths, provide excellent sea-run trout and salmon fishing. Temuka is also an ideal base for those wishing to fish the Waitaki, the Rakaia or the lakes of the Mackenzie Country and Waitaki Basin.

  • The heritage Pioneer Heritage Trail can be picked up at Geraldine or Temuka.


Temuka has a number of restaurants, including:

  • Alexanders
    (03) 615 7202

  • The Jolly Potter
    (03) 615 7033

  • Kavanagh House Licensed Café
    (03) 615 6150


The Temuka taxi service is:

  • Temuka Taxis
    (03) 615 6226

There is a local bus service connecting Temuka with Timaru. Further details available at  Environment Canterbury (03) 688 9069

  • Superlink Shuttles
    0800 188 988

  • Catch-A-Bus
    (03) 471 4103


  • Temuka Museum is open 2:00pm to 4:00pm on Fridays and Sundays, or by arrangement. It does not have a telephone but enquiries are welcome at the Information Centre: (03) 615 9537.

  • Temuka Community Centre
    (03) 615 7542

  • Temuka Family Practice (Drs K Burton & B Moore)
    (03) 615 9920

  • Dr RW Hilliker
    (03) 615 7677

  • Temuka Healthcare (Dr Vara)
    (03) 615 8284

  • Timaru Public Hospital
    (03) 684-4000


The early childhood facilities in Temuka include:

  • Country Kids Early Learning Centre
    (03) 615 7330

  • Rhona Day Free Kindergarten
    (03) 688 0850

  • Rata Free Kindergarten
    (03) 688 1991

Primary Schools

The primary schools in Temuka are:

  • Temuka Primary School
    (03) 615 7178

  • St Josephs Primary School
    (03) 615 8206

  • Arowhenua Maori School
    (03) 615 7391

  • Waihi School
    (03) 615 7040

  • Winchester School
    (03) 615 9436

Secondary Schools

The secondary school in Temuka is:

  • Opihi College 
    (03) 615 7442

Tertiary Schools

Tertiary institutions in nearby Timaru are:

  • Aoraki Polytechnic
    (03) 684 8240
    0800 4 AORAKI

  • Christchurch College of Education South Canterbury Campus
    (03) 688 8163


Among Temuka’s many sporting organisations are:

  • Temuka Bowling Club
    (03) 615 6257

  • Temuka Golf Club
    (03) 615 7139

  • Temuka Squash Club
    (03) 615 7075

  • Temuka Rugby Football Club Inc
    (03) 615 9296

  • Temuka Pony Club
    (03) 615 8509

  • Temuka Community Fitness Centre
    (03) 615 9151

  • Fish & Game New Zealand Central South Island Region
    (03) 615 8400

  • Mt Dobson, Fox Peak, Mt Hutt and Ohau skifields are not far away.

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