Have you ever dreamed of living in New Zealand on a remote, expansive property, nestled between the sea and a phenomenal wild trout stream? Well, German millionaire Karl Reipen is looking for “10 nice people” to share his 551-acre estate on the North Island of New Zealand with, complete with separate houses for everyone.

According to his advertisement in the NZ Herald, he has been working on the property for about 10 years. The $5.6 million (NZ) property is sandwiched between the Tasman Sea and the Awakino River, known for its trout fly fishing. Reipen has also built a winery and stables on the property, so if you have any horses, you are welcome to bring them along with you.

Karl Reipen’s Ad in the New Zealand Herald

In order to apply, all you need to be is under 70 and have no issues living an hour and a half from the nearest urban area, with 10 eclectic strangers. Reipen seems well-intentioned with his proposition and simply wants to share his paradise with everyone, but this ad seems a bit too good to be true, and a little bit like the start of a James Bond or horror film…

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