Property ID: SAT10170 Listed by Mark
Positioned in an elevated secluded setting within exclusive Closeburn Station, Lot 8 is arguably the finest available home site in Queenstown, if not New Zealand. This property was significantly featured in a sequence from the Lord of the Rings trilogy, and is one of the few such filming locations privately held with no access to the general public.
Closeburn Station embodies unsurpassed natural beauty, tranquillity and solitude rarely available anywhere in the world today. Situated above Lake Wakatipu with 360 degree views of essential Queenstown landmarks -The Remarkables, Cecil Peak, Walter Peak, 12 Mile Delta, Mt Nicholas, Mt Creighton and Lake Dispute Valley, Lot 8 is unrivalled as the premium site within this outstanding station property.
This superb 0.4428 hectare site has a true emphasis on privacy and exclusivity, and yet is only 15 minutes from Queenstown's numerous cafes, restaurants and shops. The property occupies a unique location within the Closeburn Station valley and boasts impressive sunshine hours and views to rival any mountain vista in the world. Owners have an equal share in over 3,000 acres of the surrounding working high country farm and residents can participate in farming activities if they wish.
The property features a rustic community clubhouse, tennis court, equestrian centre and stables along with a network of bush clad private walking tracks with native beech forest, mountain streams and waterfalls. Overnight tramping huts and a fishing lodge on the station are designed exclusively for residents use. Nearby Lake Dispute, Lake Kirkpatrick and Moke Lake provide superb recreational fishing opportunities.
Closeburn Station is a proven high quality success story, offering an unrivalled rural retreat and an investment and lifestyle safe haven.
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