Located just eight minutes from Queenstown's international airport, this substantially constructed brick and timber home sits on 7.5 acres of flat land in Dalefield's prestigious golden triangle.
The 320 sq m renovated main house is full of character, with polished wooden floors throughout, exposed wooden beams, solid timber cabinetry and a butler's pantry. The open-plan layout is perfect for entertaining and the kitchen is a chef's haven with granite bench tops, gas hobs, fridge/wine fridge and ovens that have all been imported from premium suppliers.
There are three spacious bedrooms in the main house. The master suite includes a large walk-in wardrobe, en-suite, fireplace and double-doors that open directly onto the beautifully manicured gardens. There are two guest suites, one with access directly to the garden and a private bathroom, the second which is located on the first floor includes a private balcony with mountain views and an en-suite.
A ground source heating exchange system and double-glazing throughout the main house ensures this is a very warm home over winter and there is an abundance of outdoor living for the summer, with extensive decking, barbeque area and feature water fountain. Mature trees border the perimeter of the gardens, helping keep the property completely private. The easy maintenance grounds also include a fenced paddock for livestock and an artists shed or tack room.
With the added benefit of a separate two-bedroom cottage, which has been lovingly renovated and converted from an old woolshed there is plenty of room for all the family or additional guests. The modern open-plan kitchen and living is the heart of the home and provides a contemporary feel while incorporating some quirky original woolshed features. The cottage is currently rented at $475 per week.
Please click on the video tour tab.
New Zealand is a nation that welcomes overseas nationals to live, work and invest. Many expatriates, particularly those from Australia, U.S., Europe and increasingly China and Korea, are drawn to the largest city, Auckland, which has the country’s priciest housing stock.Read more about luxury homes in New Zealand