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Owners of a $6million home in New Zealand are offering buyers a free Maserati with the home

Would you like a Maserati with that? Luxurious $6million mansion on a sprawling lifestyle block up for sale comes with a supercar sweetener

  • The home in Waitoki boasts five bedrooms, three bathrooms for $6,295,000
  • The owners are prepared to throw in a brand new Maserati worth $250,000  
  • Real estate agent suggested the sprawling property could suit equestrians 

Owners of a mansion currently on the market for more than $6million will also throw a Maserati worth $250,000 to encourage potential buyers.

The home in Waitoki, an upmarket town in New Zealand north of Auckland boasts five bedrooms, three bathrooms and a triple garage on a 20.71 hectare block for the eye watering price of $6,295,000.

But the current owners have offered to sweeten the deal for the lucky buyer, by throwing in a brand new luxury Maserati of the buyer’s choice up to $250,000 in value.

Century 21 Collett Realty owner Liam Collett told the NZ Herald the owners expect inquiries regarding the property to come from overseas.

Owners of a mansion currently on the market for more than $6million have vowed to throw in a Maserati to the value of $250,000

He said the owners themselves are car fanatics, and thought the right buyer would need a car to get around Auckland.

‘Personally I would choose the SUV, I know [my colleague] Donna would probably choose the convertible.’

He said the choice essentially came down to what lifestyle the new owners would lead and assured prospective buyers the cost of the car hadn’t been factored into the sale price.

The home boasts a light and modern decor with Kahrs Swedish flooring and a 900kg solid granite island bench.

The home in Waitoki, an upmarket town in New Zealand north of Auckland boasts five bedrooms, three bathrooms and a triple garage on a 20.71 hectare block for the eye watering price of $6,295,000

The home in Waitoki, an upmarket town in New Zealand north of Auckland boasts five bedrooms, three bathrooms and a triple garage on a 20.71 hectare block for the eye watering price of $6,295,000

The home boasts a light and modern decor with Kahrs Swedish flooring and a 900kg solid granite island bench

The home boasts a light and modern decor with Kahrs Swedish flooring and a 900kg solid granite island bench

It was designed by South African architect Ron Saxby and features an additional two bedroom property which is currently used as an office but would be an ideal set up for visitors or extended family.

‘This property would suit development into an equestrian center as the roads are all sealed, there is lots of turning space around the sheds,’ the listing suggests.

‘The barn could be converted internally to stables and the land is all gently sloping to flat. Perfect to build a large arena.’

Mr Collett said the attention to detail in the home was second to none.  

‘For quite a large house it has actually been designed in a way where they haven’t lost that family touch,’ he said. 

He said the owners felt it was the right time to pass on the home to new caregivers. 

‘They have taken the property to its maximum potential… they have been running their business there for a number of years and the family has been growing up. It’s just time to sell,’ he said.

The current owners have offered to sweeten the deal for the lucky buyer, by throwing in a brand new luxury Maserati of the buyer's choice up to $250,000 in value

The current owners have offered to sweeten the deal for the lucky buyer, by throwing in a brand new luxury Maserati of the buyer’s choice up to $250,000 in value

It was designed by South African architect Ron Saxby and features an additional two bedroom property which is currently used as an office but would be an ideal set up for visitors or extended family

It was designed by South African architect Ron Saxby and features an additional two bedroom property which is currently used as an office but would be an ideal set up for visitors or extended family



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