Queenstown's newest central development


2-8 Hylton Place, Queenstown

Asking Price NZD $429,000

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Queenstown's newest central development


New Zealand and overseas buyers take note, this could be your next holiday home, investment property, or AirBnB. A variation of boutique one and two-bedroom suites, Hylton Park Residences are the perfect upmarket residential apartments allowing buyers the freedom to live in or rent out.

Overlooking Warren Park, the one-bedroom apartments benefit from the uninterrupted aspect of fantastic north facing views directly towards Coronet Peak. Not only do the two-bedroom apartments offer views out towards Lake Wakatipu and Cecil Peak, but they also allow buyers the flexibility of a dual key unit providing buyers the option to rent out as one whole apartment or two individual units.

Exceptional investment units great for a business to own for their workers, an ideal owner occupier apartment, or simply investment. Architecturally designed, Hylton Park Residences offers the perfect blend of soft greys, natural limestone, and darkened aged oak veneer to form the sober industrial material palette and reference tones of the surrounding landscape.

This location is on the way to Coronet Peak and is in an excellent position close to the township which is a 15 minute drive to the ski field.

- Car parks available

- Private use

- Air BnB

- Excellent long term rental returns

- Carefree lock and leave units with secure access and parking

- Central Queenstown location, 7 minute walk to the CBD

- Priced to sell, prices starting from $429,000 inclusive of GST

Queenstown is, and will always be a desirable place to live and invest. With prices showing no signs of falling, now is the time to buy in this desirable location. For more detailed information and photos contact Matthew today for your comprehensive information memorandum.

2-8 Hylton Place, Queenstown

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