A luxury resort that attracts former Prime Minister John Key and cricket coach Brendon McCollum

"I see this becoming a must-see attraction for anyone visiting Queenstown," Says Harcourt real estate agent Hamish Walker, who oversees sales of Gebston Valley projects.

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“In my view this has become a must-have attraction for anyone visiting Queenstown,” says Harcourt real estate agent Hamish Walker, who oversees sales of Gebston Valley projects.

A luxury $ 750 million project in Gibston Valley, near Queenstown, has attracted the interest of prominent buyers, former Prime Minister Sir John Key and cricket coach Brendon McCollum.

The project is located at the 40-hectare Gibbston Valley Station, owned by Greg Hunt, CEO of Gibbston Valley Winery, Lodge and Spa and Phil Griffiths.

The homes, yet to be built, cost between $ 1.2 million and $ 4 million, and buyers can use the station as a “private playground, including access to a 9-hole golf course, country club and spa, and wellness center,” an agent said. Harcourt Hamish Walker Inn is a restaurant, gym, and village with artisan shops, a coffee shop, and a garden center.

“Residents will be very close to the hustle and bustle of Queenstown, but they feel like they are in a distant world a 20-minute drive from Queenstown International Airport,” Walker said.

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Walker said there was already a lot of interest, mostly from buyers in Auckland and Australia, many of whom wanted to use it multiple times a year and rent homes for the rest of the time, across the resort.

A number of units had already been sold, and there was interest from prominent New Zealanders, who saw the development as a safe haven.

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Greg Hunt, CEO of the Central Otago winery, stands in front of a newly built office building in 2016. Now a much larger resort and golf course is planned for the Gibston Valley Station.

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Greg Hunt, CEO of the Central Otago winery, stands in front of a newly built office building in 2016. Now a much larger resort and golf course is planned for the Gibston Valley Station.

Ki said he bought it because it was good value for money.

“The Gibston Valley Winery has a very rich history and this is about experiencing the best that Central Otago has to offer in a safe and comfortable environment,” he said.

McCollum said he was buying the place because he loved Queenstown, golf, wine and high country.

The first stage of development was a group of 132 homes called Vines, directly across the road from Gibbston Winery.

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A new luxury resort in Gibstone Valley near Queenstown offers investors some serious luxury and some perks for first buyers.

Walker said that an application has been applied for approval from the supplier but that construction will not begin until 2022, when the land works are complete.

Early buyers will receive exclusive perks including their own private area in a wine cave where they can entertain family and friends and label a custom wine. He said the owners will also be treated as VIP guests at the annual Gebston Valley Summer Gala.

The project has been planned More than a decade, But on a smaller scale. Walker said the station was redesigned last year in order to obtain permission to build a golf course and resort.

A lodge is also planned in a smaller portion of the terminal, which will contain 20 units. The resort’s showroom opened this week in Gibbston Valley Winery.

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