Property ID: QBS12155 Listed by Matt
Representing an outstanding bolt hold position situated in a pristine environment, Two Thumb Station provides space, privacy an many options for a self-sustainable lifestyle or retreat.
Overlooking Lake Tekapo, Two Thumb Station consists of 2,286 hectares (5,646 acres) freehold land located in the Mackenzie High Country.
Situated north of the Lake Tekapo Township with ready access via Lilybank Road, the property boasts spectacular vistas of the surrounding Southern Alps, Lake Tekapo and the Godley Valley. Located in the International Dark Sky Reserve and surrounded by outstanding landscape, the property includes vast natural grasslands, streams, snow tussocks and grand views.
Fully-fenced, Two Thumb Station also has consent for a new homestead, garage and barn and two all-weather musterer's huts are located on the property. The Station represents an equal opportunity to farm traditionally and conservatively whilst preserving the natural conservation values and qualities of the unique property. Alternatively, the station could be retired completely to conservation initiatives.
Recreational hunting, fishing, mountain biking, tramping and heli-skiing are just some of the activities within and around the property. Facing west it captures magnificent views of the Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park (consisting of some 700 square kilometres) and extended sunshine hours.
Two Thumb Station is extremely private yet still close to all amenities, including Round Hill Ski Area and the Tekapo township.
The property provides an opportunity to purchase a significant freehold land area that has grand scale, vista and privacy. Along with the overlooking lakeside position, huge mountain, river and valleys vistas, and other natural resources, Two Thumb Station has enormous recreational attributes.
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