Queenstown Client Example
Freehold fee simple 734m2
|Built in 2016
Cedar and coloursteel tray roof
4 bedrooms, study nook, 1 bathroom, 1 ensuite, separate toilet
Double garage, internal access, OSP
$880-$925 per week
Why this Property?
In addition to meeting the brief parameters:
- The location within Jacks Point is at the eastern side, where the land roughly contours from east to west as it eventually leads down to the lake. This area has a more elevated vantage point.
- There is reserve land plus walking/bike track across the road (can’t be built on) to the north which will extend the outlook and privacy of this property in the northerly direction.
- More new builds in Jacks Point are using coloursteel for the majority of wall cladding– which is less appealing and is cheaper construction. This home is majority cedar, which is a more expensive cladding timber, known for its stability. The cladding carries good timber detailing adding to the quality of finish.
- The site is on a north to north westerly to easterly aspect (both indoor and outdoor living areas) which attracts the majority of sun hours. The vista looks out to both Coronet Peak the Remarkables, and Cecil Peak.