Boulcott’s Farm Heritage Golf Club section available for development



A section of Boulcott’s Farm Heritage Golf Club is being made available for residential development, presenting established developers with a rare chance to become part of the legacy of this distinguished estate.

Situated amidst the splendour of the Boulcott’s Farm Heritage Golf Club, the 1.6ha land parcel is being brought to market by Ray White Kemeys Brothers on behalf of Boulcott’s Farm Heritage Golf Club. 

Nestled along the course’s borders, this expansive parcel of land boasts convenient access from Kingston and Allen Streets, providing an ideal balance of tranquillity and accessibility right in the heart of the Hutt Valley.

Ian McEwan, Board Chairman for Boulcott’s Farm Heritage Golf Club said the course “has a long history with locals and visitors alike.”

“It is one of the most pristine courses in the wider region and we have a responsibility to ensure it has a sustainable, long-term future for both our current members and those who wish to join us in the years to come,” he said.

“We have chosen a parcel of land that is both well positioned for its amenity and accessibility, providing wide-ranging development options and one that also has minimal impact on the use of the course itself.”

Rupert Kemeys of Ray White Kemeys Brothers expressed the rarity of the opportunity.

“We are thrilled to introduce this unparalleled parcel of land within the Boulcott’s Farm Heritage Golf Club,” Mr Kemeys said.

“This offering presents a rare chance for developers to claim their place in one of the most sought-after addresses in Lower Hutt and the wider Wellington region.

“Upside for those completing the subdivision could be achieved through both high density living, low density luxury developments or a combination of both.” 

With its rich history and esteemed reputation, Mr Kemeys said Boulcott’s Farm Heritage Golf Club stands as a testament to elegance and sophistication. 

“By opening a portion of its land for residential development, the club continues to evolve while honouring its heritage and commitment to excellence,” he said. 

“Among the options for subdivision, a proposal for development shows the potential to redefine luxury living, providing residents with the space to create their dream homes amidst the natural beauty and unparalleled amenities of the golf club..

“From a lush green outlook to a serene environment, the future residential sites would offer an unmatched lifestyle experience.” 


Media contacts: 
Rupert Kemeys
Ray White Kemeys Brothers
+64 27 693 2141

Cassandra Glover
Media Advisor
Ray White Group
+61 447 000 472