One of New Zealand’s finest homes for sale

By Ellie Stevenson

Possibly New Zealand’s most exclusive address, 54 Twin Peak View sits within Wyuna Preserve, an exclusive gated community 30 minutes drive from Queenstown, New Zealand.

The private and secure Twin Peak View home is housed on one of only 34 outstanding parcels of land in Wyuna Preserve, a simply breathtaking development that will never be repeated in this area.

The Preserve has views over the world famous Blanket Bay Lodge, and onsite features include a luxurious clubhouse with full chef’s kitchen, boat house for owners use, and trout filled Lake Fyfe for fishing.

Twin Peak View was designed by New Zealand’s oldest architectural firm Mason & Wales, and construction was completed on the international standard property in 2013 by with the project team lead by Triple Star Management, who are responsible for some of the finest homes in the South Island.

Bas Smith, principal of Ray White Queenstown is selling the home, which had an unlimited budget on the interiors and fittings.

“The residence is over 1000m2 on 3.01 ha, with four lodge scale bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, executive office, eight car garage, games room, industrial style lounge bar, multiple dining spaces, cinema, and wellness area including a steam room,” Mr Smith told WILLIAMS MEDIA.

“This property is built to seven star level, and could feasibly be used as a short stay boutique lodge when the owner is not in residence.”

The home won a housing award in Institute of Architects (NZIA) Southern Awards in 2018.

The Real Estate Conversation – 21 September 2018

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