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Property Ref: 68302
Ultimate Residential Lifestyle Investment – Kingston. Last one!
This is one of the last opportunities to secure the ultimate flat 5-acre (2.0505 Ha approx.) lifestyle residential development lot, in a 10 lot subdivision, just 35 minutes from Queenstown International airport.
- Stunning rural lifestyle block of land
- Fibre & electricity to the boundary
- Arguably one of the best fly-fishing locations in New Zealand
- Walking & cycle trails on your doorstep Ideal development property for a fishing Lodge, BnB or tourism accommodation property
- 35min from Queenstown International Airport
- Last lot in the estate – call today!
This exceptional property has a 1,000m² (approx) building platform identified within the property and allows for spectacular mountain and landscape views, and it is adjacent the Kingston Flyer train tracks between Kingston and Fairlight and the “Around the Mountain” Cycle way from Kingston to Walter Peak Station and boarding the TSS Earnslaw Steamship to Queenstown (via Fairlight, Garston, Athol, Five Rivers, Lumsden, Mossburn, Movora Lakes and Mt Nicholas Station).
The world famous Mataura River at Fairlight, and to the south of lot 4, is recognised as one of the great fly fishing rivers in New Zealand, and attracts many overseas visitors each year.
A great boat ramp at Kingston wharf, just a few minutes from the property, provides access to Lake Whakatipu, and the Kingston Railway Station provides the locals with a fabulous tavern, café, bar and restaurant. There is a Coffee shop on the State highway at Kingston and the famous “Coffee Bomb” caravan at Garston which also provides a great selection of meals.
This property lends itself to a fishing Lodge, a BnB operation, or just a private retreat, and the land is suitable for running animals or planting crops.
The property has both underground power and fibre to the boundary, and water and sewage facilities will be provided by the purchaser.
An existing resident in the subdivision has two 30,000L water tanks, and finds that water supply completely adequate for a residential home and watering the trees and plants on their property.
Located just south of the lakeside Kingston, the beautiful landholding will appeal to those seeking space and privacy, whilst still being handy to Queenstown’s amenities and international airport. Running alongside the iconic Kingston Flyer railway tracks, with walking and cycle trails on the doorstep, plus some of the best fly fishing in the country down the road and the Kingston aerodrome close by, it’s a must view for lovers of the great outdoors. Contact Adrian now to secure this last land lot, and create your dream residential, investment or business in this growing location!
For more information or to arrange your viewing, please contact the specialist Accommodation Business Broker, Adrian Chisholm, AREINZ, on 021 727 888 or email Adrian@tourismproperties.com.
Kingston, Southern Lakes
Nestled between the Eyre Mountains and the Hector Range, Kingston is on the southern tip of Lake Wakatipu and on the border of Otago and Southland.
Located a 45 minute drive from central Queenstown, Kingston’s lakeside setting, relaxed vibe, and outdoor lifestyle make it a great spot to visit. The road, which winds between Lake Wakatipu and The Remarkables mountain range, offers spectacular views and there are some good photo stops along the way – the best being at the top of Devil’s Staircase.
Kingston town was once a major transport link between the Wakatipu district’s gold fields and the shipping ports of Dunedin and Invercargill. These days Kingston is a great place to go to relax and enjoy the beautiful township and stunning lake-side landscapes. You’ll find plenty of picnic spots under the trees, can try your luck at fishing on the edge of Lake Wakatipu or the nearby Mataura River or grab a bite to eat at the local cafe/bar. Kingston is also the starting point for a hike in the nearby remote Eyre Mountains Conservation Park, and the new Around the Mountain Cycle Way. Don’t forget to listen out for the native birds and if you stay overnight, you’ll be amazed at the starry skies.
Activities and attractions: There is also a wonderful county golf course with great natural obstacles that welcomes visitors, it’s a great spot for boating and watersports, or you can head out on your bike on the new well-graded and maintained trail that heads towards Mossburn and links around the mountain to Walter Peak station. Or just take a break on your journey while the kids play in the children’s playground and you grab a coffee at the local café.
Kingston is great destination to discover on your journey through the Southern Lakes region.
Queenstown, Southern Lakes
Queenstown is the Southern Hemisphere’s premier all season lake and alpine resort.
Queenstown’s stunning scenery, huge range of activities and renowned warm welcome cement its reputation as New Zealand’s favourite visitor destination. Surrounded by majestic mountains and set on the shores of crystal clear Lake Wakatipu, the natural beauty and the unique energy of the region create the perfect backdrop for a holiday full of adventure, exploration or relaxation.
Over 2 million visitors are drawn to Queenstown each year, including adventurers, filmmakers, wine enthusiasts, Hollywood and Bollywood stars and US Presidents to enjoy their own unforgettable travel experience. Visitors come to experience our unique scenery, search for adventure, seek out relaxation and rejuvenation, or to just breathe our pure mountain air.
The Queenstown region is world-famous for adventure and is the birthplace of many iconic activities including commercial bungy jumping and jetboating. Other activities guaranteed to get your blood pumping include white water rafting, ziplining, 4×4 off-roading, snowsports, paragliding and skydiving. The region is also home to plenty of hiking and biking trails, guided tours, family activities, boat cruises, scenic flights or spa and wellness centres.
Source: Destination Queenstown, NZ.
127 Flyer View Lane, Kingston
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