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Hanover Property Releases Queenstown Sites

Hanover Property Releases Exclusive Queenstown Sites

‘The Highlands’ at Jacks Point

Hanover Property is making an initial public release of one of the last great pieces of real estate in Queenstown with the launch of The Highlands at Jacks Point.

The Highlands comprises prime elevated building sites at the foot of The Remarkables capturing breathtaking mountain and lake views. The Highlands is a premium area within the exclusive 400 hectare Jacks Point development which will, over time, include a village centre, resort lodge and spectacular 18 hole championship golf course.

Jacks Point is located on the eastern side of Lake Wakatipu, looking back towards Queenstown township. The development is west facing, creating a warm and sunny enclave for those who choose to invest in this exclusive development which promises to set a new standard in the Queenstown property scene.

Sympathetic design and site coverage requirements mean The Highlands will be surrounded by open space, natural landscape, and scenic walking and biking trails. Just five per cent of the total Jacks Point land area can be developed; meaning residents of The Highlands will enjoy an oasis of natural beauty just 15 minutes from the heart of bustling Queenstown.

Hanover Property is today making an initial release of just 54 premium building sites – the first to be publicly released anywhere in the Jacks Point development. This represents the first opportunity New Zealand and international buyers have had to own a piece of this rare lifestyle and investment opportunity.

The Highlands sites have been thoughtfully developed along the naturally elevated contours of the land. They range in size from 795 m² to 2130 m². Owners can be assured that both the exclusivity of The Highlands and the natural values of the area will be maintained through sympathetic design guidelines that will ensure high quality homes in keeping with the exceptional setting.

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