Guide Hill Station is located on the doorstep of New Zealand's Southern Alps and nestled on the eastern shores of Lake Pukaki. Available now for the first time in nearly half a century this rare offering is entirely freehold and located right in the heart of the Aoraki Mount Cook Mackenzie region. This working sheep, cattle and deer station boasts commanding views over the turquoise glacial waters of Lake Pukaki and out to the majestic Mount Cook.
Consisting of over approximately 3526 hectares (8700 acres) Guide Hill Station is steeped in local history with links to the first settlers to the Mackenzie Country, and has a strong geological interest due to the area having been covered in glaciers.
With the Maryburn River flowing through the property the station boasts exceptional views from many vantage points. From rolling green pastures to tussock covered country, from dramatic mountains to the stunning lake this property is magnificent in every season.
With a high country tarn on the property stocked with brown trout owners can enjoy fishing, kayaking/canoeing in summer with the pleasure of ice-skating in winter.
The station has a new four bedroom homestead with an additional four bedroom home, workers cottage and small shearer’s quarters.
The quaint lakeside of Tekapo is a 25km drive away which provides a range of amenities to locals and tourists alike and is known as the gateway to the Aoraki Mount Cook National Park. This includes a small local airport with heli-services. World renowned to mountaineers, hikers and hunters this region is a spectacular outdoor playground.
Properties of this size and of this magnitude rarely come available to the market in this impressive region. With magnificent views and pristine landscapes this represents a unique opportunity to invest in a truly iconic part of New Zealand in a full freehold position.