Own A Rare Slice Of Queenstown, NZ

A coveted piece of the exquisite Kelvin Peninsula could be yours.

By Sponsored Content 24/03/2022

For more than 60 years, an exceptional parcel of land on New Zealand’s Kelvin Peninsula, just outside Queenstown, has remained untouched, as held by a family etched into the local area’s history.

Now, with the ‘Kārearea’ release of 17 sections at Peninsula Hill comes the rare opportunity for astute buyers to acquire a pristine parcel with phenomenal views of Lake Whakatipu.

Set upon a contoured landscape that’s been gently shaped by nature and time, Peninsula Hill is regarded as one of the finest locations in the Whakatipu Basin — an area renowned for sunshine, elevation and dreamlike, world-famous views.

Central to Peninsula Hill are notions of distinction, as aligned to a genuine plan for community and village life to foster and grow. Generously proportioned, north-facing lots — each at more than 1000sqm; the largest at 3694sqm — are framed by design guidelines aimed at the protection of the abundant natural beauty by which the site is surrounded.

Further, the children of original owner Frank Mee — Mike Mee and Liz Dickson — are heavily involved in the planning and development of this alluring new release. They are aided by specialist teams set to create something truly unique – namely Baxter Design, Bonisch Consultants and Studio Pacific Architecture, each set to ensure the development of this exclusive parcel of land is carefully progressed and completed.

The prized location offers the adventure, vibrancy and fun of daily Queenstown life, further elevated by an offer of direct and local lakeside biking and hiking, nearby boat ramps and secluded beaches and the open surrounds of public areas such as Jardine Park, Willow Place and Bay View. A round (or time on the 19th) can be achieved at the nearby, water-framed Queenstown Golf Club (a further five courses to be found in the Queenstown Lakes District, three of which are championship designs) while nearby Kawarau Village serves up heady dining options and renowned wellness spa.

Artist’s impression only.

Peninsula Hill will also prove to be its own beacon of activity – one fostering a welcoming community via a dedicated and vibrant village. Embracing its north-facing aspect, the village may house various dining options, convenience store, sheltered outdoor spaces and children’s playground.

Artist’s impression only.

Known globally for its natural highlights – which now operate in equal allure across both winter and summer seasons – the Remarkables Mountains rest just 20 kilometres from Peninsula Hill with Cardrona only 40 minutes by car. Then there’s the famed regional wineries of Central Otago – think Amisfield, Mount Michael, Aurum and many more – and the acclaimed wonder of lauded chefs working the burners of awarded nearby restaurants that include Rata, Aosta and Botswana Butchery, among others.

This is a slice of elevated life not to be missed; a rare chance to secure a lifestyle the envy of all comers. Do not miss out.

Expressions of interest in the ‘Kārearea’ release commence 24 March 2022, with interested parties invited to register at peninsulahill.co.nz. The opportunity to purchase is anticipated to open in late April 2022.

Otago Realty (NZ) Ltd, Licensed REAA 2008


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