Gorgeous new townhouses in an exclusive Arthurs Point development have just become available from plans.
As you leave Queenstown to the north, houses and traffic thin to make way for a dramatic landscape as the road weaves through the valley. A world away from the hustle and bustle of the metropolitan town centre, yet only a couple of minutes’ drive, is the beautiful Arthurs Point.
Existing at the intersect of serenity and adventure, Arthurs Point is a quiet, relaxed village occupied by nature-lovers and peace-and-quiet-keepers. But the world-famous Shotover River with its hair-raising jet boats is just around the corner, exciting walking and biking trails weave all around and adventure-centre Coronet Peak is a 15-minute drive away.
In fact, the iconic Coronet Peak inspired this project. “Coronet” is another word for a small or simple crown – which is precisely how we see Coronet Grove:
An effortlessly elegant, exclusive project that rises above the rest of the building options in the town right now.
Eight gorgeous townhouses have been thoughtfully planned by the renowned Blueview Developments Ltd, each with three bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open plan living and dining area which flows easily outdoors.
James Flett, Project Manager at Blueview Developments Ltd, believes the carefully considered design will be hugely appreciated and enjoyed by buyers.
“The modern design and quality of fixtures make for a fresh and spacious home in which to entertain guests. We’re excited to offer sleek, comfortable homes that owners can feel proud of.”
Having built in the Queenstown-Lakes District before, Bruce Flett, Director of Blueview Developments Ltd, knew the importance of finding a great spot for the development.
“From when we first discovered this site, we just loved how flat and open the land was. It has such a great outlook and spectacular views of the Arthurs Point valley.”
And the complex is private and remote: it offers a welcome escape from city life.
“It’s totally removed from all the problems associated with traffic congestion in other areas around Queenstown,” says Bruce, “yet it maintains close proximity to the skiing and outdoor adventure areas.”
As such, Bruce and James designed Coronet Grove with skiers in mind. Plans include double garaging with bike and ski storage, providing ample room for all the toys. And high quality heating and insulation were vital:
“We wanted to create the perfect retreat after a day on the slopes”, says James.
Coronet Peak’s world-class rollercoaster terrain and state-of-the-art facilities are extremely easy to access from the Grove — Arthurs Point is the closest settlement to the mountain, so buyers can enjoy making those first tracks each morning. With its exciting runs and an emphasis on family-friendly lessons and activities, Coronet Peak has been Queenstown’s favourite ski field for 80 years.
And in the summer the area transforms into a haven for outdoor adventure. Ski runs turn into exhilarating biking trails, adrenaline-junkies leap off bungy platforms, paragliders take off from the side of mountains and four wheel drives carry people to Skippers Canyon for tours of the historic goldmining area.
Queenstown is known as the number one visitor destination in New Zealand. Its stunning landscape, distinct seasons and adventure activities draw people from all over the world, with visitor numbers rising year on year. The town itself is home to first-rate restaurants, a lively bar scene and great shopping.
The small and exclusive Coronet Grove development is designed for people who are looking for something different.
A tranquil and serene location with easy access to the area’s world-famous adventure activities and cosmopolitan food and drink scene, these homes offer luxury in a location unlike anywhere else in the world.