Property ID: SAT10281 Listed by George
Sitting proudly within its elevated Closeburn Station site, this European-inspired home offers elegant design, comfort, quality finishes and magnificent three hundred and sixty degree views of Lake Wakatipu and surrounding mountains.
Constructed from rock hewn from the site, this home sits comfortably in its restful rural environment.
On entering this special property the quality of build and selection of high end finishes become evident. Natural light throughout emphasises the elegance of the interior features including plaster washed walls, beautiful floor tiles, wooden floors, and natural local stone. Granite worktops, ceramic sink fitting, quality tap ware and aged Oregon beams feature throughout. A number of bespoke internationally sourced fittings include light fittings, lacquered metal surrounds, shutters, French style baths, door and furniture handles, marble and stone basins are just a few features to mention.
To complete this property a superior guest cottage offers self-contained private accommodation to the main residence, which include a full living and kitchen area with a large adjoining private deck.
An enclosed wood burner and underfloor heating allows for cosy winter living.
The landscaping is sympathetic to the strong natural surrounds with sweeping lawns, rocky outcrops, plantings of natives and European plants, and a pond for aquatic wild life and plants, ensuring this property is a popular destination for native birdlife
With no neighbours overlooking this stunning property, its position provides an unparalleled sense of seclusion and privacy, along with an enviable rural lifestyle that today is becoming more in demand and challenging to secure, while retaining the convenience to its proximity to Queenstown.
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