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The Final Countdown!

By Oscar Rodwell

The set date of sale of sixteen Soudley Court sections at exclusive Jack’s Point is looming, with just over a week for interested parties to prepare their offers.

There has been much interest in these centrally located sections with several prior offers already accepted by the vendors. Purchasers are encouraged to complete any due diligence as soon as possible and submit their offers to Ray White Queenstown by 4pm on Friday 5th August.

Soudley Court occupies a premium location in the heart of the 1,200-hectare development close to Queenstown. The north-facing sections are all over 300 square metres in area, and have views over Cecil Peak to the west and the iconic Remarkables mountain range to the east. The clubhouse and recently-announced village centre are just a moment’s walk away.

The Jack’s Point Village will soon boast a mixture of luxury boat houses, apartments, restaurants, cafes, quality retail outlets and small business offices, all surrounding the existing Lake Tewa and adjacent to the clubhouse.
All enquiries should be directed to Ray White Queenstown agents, Bas Smith and Willie Baddeley.

Willie Baddeley – 021 588 672
willie.baddeley@raywhite.com

Bas Smith – 021 616 141
bas.smith@raywhite.com

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