The woman locked in a driveway dispute with former All Black Marc Ellis is selling her property on Waiheke Island.
Briar Ross said the sale of her 1.98ha five-bedroom house at Matiatia Estate was not linked to the dispute with Mr Ellis.
"I have intended to sell it for a while," she said.
Located on the prestigious gated community of Matiatia Estate with views across Motuihe and Motatapu Islands to the city, the house has a capital valuation of $2.55 million.
Ms Ross paid $3.1 million for the large family home 10 years ago.
Last year, a disagreement began when Mr Ellis began earthworks for a driveway to his new holiday home.
Ms Ross believes Mr Ellis put the driveway in illegally and says it made the shared access look "horrible".
She sent Mr Ellis a legal letter last winter trying to stop the work.
In June this year Ms Ross ripped up part of Mr Ellis' driveway with a digger and dumped it on his property.
She said today that she had entered into a dispute resolution process and had served a dispute notice with Mr Ellis.
"I'm not intending to walk away. The dispute is ongoing," she said.
Mr Ellis could not be reached for comment.