Property ID: QBS12297 Listed by Sam
In uncertain times, these incredibly rare lakefront opportunities are the ones that astute buyers gravitate towards. This exceptional holding is available to buyers of any nationality and provides the ability to secure a coveted front row position in one of the worlds cleanest, greenest and safest environments.
The eastern end of Park Street is one of the resort town's most sought-after and tightly-held areas, with just six freehold titles accessed along this lake-fronting stretch. With five properties firmly spoken for, 172A is almost certainly the last chance to be a part of this exceptional central locale.
With spectacular lake and mountain views, utmost privacy and a short, flat walk to town, this location is a rare combination of everything that discerning buyers and investors look for. This is further evidenced by the striking houses that now populate this premier neighbourhood.
The front row property borders reserve land, providing unobstructed and protected views of Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown Golf Course and the surrounding mountain ranges (including the Remarkables, Cecil Peak and Walter Peak). This coveted location also benefits from access to the lake and Frankton walking track, with the Botanical Gardens just down the road.
To add to this exceptional offering, the site is currently home to a very impressive modular unit, which can be used as both a holiday home and a high-income producing rental property. This stylish villa, complete with 365 Visitor Accommodation, provides a comfortable base to enjoy one of Queenstown's truly spectacular settings whilst planning your future home.
172A Park Street is an address that, once sold, is unlikely to be seen on the market for generations. Please get in touch to register your interest. Boundaries indicative only.
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