A German multimillionaire bought 20 years ago a larger area in New Zealand. Now he looking for people who will stay there with him.
Karl Reipen, who has earned most of his millions to sell iced coffee in a can, has lived a large part of the 20 years in what he calls his 'paradise', completely alone. It should now be over.
Therefore, he has placed an ad in The newspaper The New Zealand Herald, where he is looking for ten people to populate the area of 2.2 square kilometers. It writes the Stuff.
'I would like to share 'paradise' with some nice people,' writes the 70-year-old millionaire.
He writes the subsequent, there is space for up to ten men and women, if you live two people in each house.
'If you are interested in living with a group of interesting people, so it can be a new life for you,' says on,.
Here there will be opportunity for walks, fishing, shopping, kayaking, swim and watch birds and other animals.
if you Have a horse, so there is also room to it, he writes.
Since he was in 2000 acquired the area that is located between the Tasmanhavet and Awakinofloden, he has built a number of homes and barns on it.
More precisely, there are 26 stables, an equestrian centre, a vineyard, and around six homes. Housing, you can move into absolutely free.
When you most recently can contact Karl Reipen - or why he suddenly decide not to be alone more - joins the ad nothing about.Updated Date: 22 December 2019, 08:00