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Landmark Nelson Property For Sale

Landmark Nelson Property For Sale

What is considered to be one of Nelson’s most recognised landmark properties has come to the market.

Marketed by Harcourts Nelson Sales Consultant, Caroline Fletcher, “The Moorings” was designed by award winning architect Ian Jack, and built on Nelson’s prestigious Port Hills area 15 years ago on the site once occupied by ex-mayor, Roy McLennan’s home.

Ms Fletcher said she expected The Moorings, which is being marketed at $3.3 million, will be one of the higher valued properties in the region. “There is only a handful of properties of this calibre around, and The Moorings is without a doubt the pick.”

Inspired by the weathered grey cedar homes of the American Eastern seaboard, The Moorings is recognised for its “spectacular” Tasman Bay views, privacy, and yet still being able to stroll to nearby Tahuna Beach and Nelson’s café lifestyle on the waterfront.

Built on a private 4,042 sqm section with mature trees and plantings, the 570 sqm executive house has a generous sized salt water heated pool, spa, four double bedrooms, four bathrooms, studio and four-car garage, among other such features.

With nationwide marketing of The Moorings about to begin, Ms Fletcher expects buying interest to come from throughout the country and beyond. She said potential buyers looking for a property at this calibre should not hesitate. “If Nelson is on their radar, they should definitely visit this property,” adding that it would not be easy to find a property at this level again.


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