From socialite to sheep farmer
Thu, 19 Apr 2012 7:00p.m.
It is an extraordinary landscape - one of this country's iconic high country stations and it is up for sale.
For the last eight years Canterbury’s Castle Hill has been owned by Christine Fernyhough - the one time darling of the Auckland social scene and now a successful sheep farmer.
When she first bought the farm back in 2004 the locals laughed and the dogs ignored her commands - but how times have changed.
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