A farmer’s pet dog, a Christmas tree farm and a Christmas market are all on sale for $1,300 each at a Christmas Tree Farm in New Zealand.
The owner of the Christmas Tree farm in Dunedin, a town just north of the South Island, told News.co.nz that his business is only taking in around $1 a day.
The farm has a 30-year lease on land, so he pays a premium for the service.
“I would probably buy it if I didn’t have to pay the rent,” he said.
“We get the money and it goes straight into the bank, which is nice.”
He said he’d had his eye on buying a farm for a long time.
“A lot of people are asking about this, I just wanted to take a shot at it,” he told News 24.
The New Zealand farmer said he was looking to buy his first property.
“The only place I’m aware of that’s selling is New Zealand,” he explained.
“It’s like the land is worth more than its price, so why not get into it?”
He said the cost was not an issue.
“Most people in New England are pretty cheap, and a lot of them are not really thinking about the rent or the cost of their property,” he added.
The farmer said the Christmas market had been a success.
“You can find everything from chickens to sheep and goats,” he joked.
“Everyone loves seeing the animals, so there’s a lot to see.”
He has already purchased the Christmas tree and said he would be interested in seeing more of the market in the future.