Luxury site for sale!


1 Beechwood Lane, Lower Shotover

Asking Price NZD $2,100,000

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Luxury site for sale!


This absolutely superb building platform looking into the Shotover River is seriously for sale! Purchase the site as is, or commission an incredible house to be built on it by Woodlot Properties (plans in progress now), or build your own dream home!

Meandering up a beautiful, established right of way driveway, in a high-end neighbourhood, you pull onto the site and are blown away with views as wide as from Mount Dewar, Shotover River, Coronet Peak, Cardrona, Slope Hill, and right around to the Remarkables - as far as sites go, this is supreme! It's very peaceful and private and also set in a microclimate; with its north-facing site, long sunshine hours, and sheltered position, your house here will be very warm.

Incredibly easy to build on as the site is flat, it has water, telecommunications and power to the boundary. It's also a very manageable size being about 4000sqm (more or less) so you don't need to spend all day attending to its upkeep.

Easily accessible off Tucker Beach Road, only a five minute drive from the supermarket, service station, cafes and other shopping at the Five Mile Shopping Centre, this is set in the most perfect position. The hub of downtown Queenstown with all its restaurants, cafes and shopping is only a short drive, (usually a fifteen minute drive) and also Arrowtown with its quaint little village atmosphere, golf courses and restaurants, (about the same drive time in the opposite direction). With our two fantastic major ski fields only about twenty minutes away, the new Wakatipu High School and Remarkables Primary School all approximately ten minutes away, this is the perfect site for the whole family.

Build your beautiful home on this site, and begin your new journey today! Phone me now for a private viewing 021 66 36 35.

1 Beechwood Lane, Lower Shotover

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