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39A Greenstone Place, Fernhill

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9 November 2020

Property ID QBS12475


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With interest rates at record lows, why would you leave your money in the bank when there are opportunities available like our subject property?

We are delighted to offer this immaculate, recently refreshed two double bedroom townhouse in popular Fernhill with a JAW-DROPPING view!

This represents a fantastic initial step onto the Queenstown housing ladder - perhaps as a first home for a young couple, an addition to your investment portfolio or as a lock and leave holiday home in New Zealand's favourite resort town.

The timber exterior provides plenty of alpine charm and character. The cleverly designed two level floor plan includes a spacious and comfortable open-plan living/dining room accented by high ceilings and on the upper level are two bedrooms and a tiled bathroom.

There is a gas fire and the bedrooms are double glazed. To be sold with an extensive furniture package. There is a level off street car park.

The deck will be a massive hit - your friends and family will delight "million dollar" scenery and being able to monitor activity on the lake. There is also a level lawn area.

This property has resource consent for 300 nights visitor accommodation allowing you to do Airbnb when you're not in residence.

Enjoy the friendliness, convenience and appeal of Fernhill - an area that is going from strength to strength. You're also just moments to central Queenstown.

Act fast and you'll be all moved in and ready to host Christmas lunch in your gorgeous new pad!

Early viewing is advised with opportunities as affordable as this in today's marketplace very rare indeed! Offered with vacant possession.

Gerard Bligh

Gerard Bligh

Queenstown

Cell Phone+64 21 909 198

Emailgerard.bligh@nzsir.com

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Hadley van Schaik

Hadley van Schaik

Queenstown

Cell Phone+64 21 885 517

Emailhadley.vanschaik@nzsir.com

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