Amazing Wilding Road Property, New Zealand
This luxurious five bedroom, four bathroom, luxury pad in Queenstown, New Zealand, is outstanding in architectural design and attention to detail. The 7,535 Sq. Ft. property is listed by New Zealand Sotheby’s International Realty. Enjoy the gallery!
Description by Sotherby’s
This outstanding offering is at the pinnacle of home ownership in the Queenstown area. Meticulous planning during construction has resulted in a truly inspiring property, that cant help but impress. Absolute attention to detail and quality features throughout, from the moment of your arrival at the impressive entranceway it is evident no expense has been spared in creating the ultimate home on this equally exceptional landholding.
Featuring five bedrooms and four bathrooms, this architecturally-designed home also boasts a state of the art theatre room which is perfect for entertaining and relaxation, and a stunning indoor swimming pool with a diving platform and swimming jet system. The superb open style entertainers kitchen and dining area are complimented by an adjacent butlers pantry, while the living area is positioned to maximise the spectacular views beyond.
Stroll across the lawn to the substantial pond and peaceful meditation platform, where you can relax and enjoy the impressive waterfall. Elevated above Lake Hayes with panoramic views over the majestic Wakatipu Basin, the park like grounds offer security, privacy and tranquillity. Yet just a short five minute drive takes you to the historic township of Arrowtown, passing Millbrook and The Hills golf courses on the way.- by Matt Watts
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