A new development of eight exceptional townhouses is well underway in Queenstown. Located in Arthurs Point, Coronet Grove is nestled in a quiet, relaxed village occupied by nature lovers and peace-and-quiet keepers.
Coronet Peak is a 15-minute drive away, the Shotover Jet is just around the corner and there are plenty of walking and biking trails, making Coronet Grove perfect for adventure lovers.
Contracted to build the first stage of Coronet Grove, Brownie Construction is an accomplished and respected building company, which covers Central Otago and Canterbury. A high standard of workmanship and professionalism has seen Blueview Developments also engage the construction firm for stage 2, which is expected to begin in June.
James Brownie, the Managing Director of Brownie Construction, is delighted to be a part of this development with his professional and dedicated staff delivering a high-quality block of units. “We are devoted with our many projects currently in progress in Queenstown and determined to maintain our high standard of workmanship,” James Brownie says.
Built in three stages, these premium spec, two-storey homes are 170sqm each and feature three bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open plan living and dining area which flows easily outdoors.
Thoughtfully planned by Blueview Developments Ltd, Project Manager James Flett says the carefully considered design will appeal to buyers. “The Coronet Grove zoning includes Visitor Accommodation, allowing the homes to be owner occupied, or rented out as short-stay accommodation,” he says.
“This provides very attractive investment returns for purchasers looking to enter or expand in the Queenstown market.”
As the complex is private and tranquil, it offers a welcome escape from city life. “These homes have been specifically designed for skiers looking to enjoy Coronet Peak during the day, dine in Queenstown through the evening before relaxing in the quietness that Arthurs Point provides,” James Flett says.
Three homes in the development remain available to purchase, for more information you can contact Warwick and Megan Osborne at Harcourts 03-441 0779, firstname.lastname@example.org.