Don't miss this opportunity to live in Cromwell's exclusive Golfers Gated Community. On offer there are 2 different opportunities to secure your investment for now and the future. This new and sparkling large home has quality fixtures and fittings all finished to a high standard.
Unit 2 - Enquiries over $985,000
Substantial unit covering 294sqm including two oversized living areas. The kitchen boasts quality appliances with fantastic butlers pantry. The downstairs living flows to the outdoors and leads to the walkway up to the 9th Tee.
Also on the ground level are 2 large double bedrooms and main bathroom.
Upstairs is a private oasis including the second living area with kitchenette and balcony overlooking the Golf course. A large spacious master bedroom which could accommodate a peaceful reading area with walk in wardrobe and ensuite, plus a balcony to relax and watch the world go by.
This property has been future proofed with solar power to be connected.
Nest and Invest - secure both properties and either collect the rent from one and reside in the other - Ideal opportunity to secure for a family member. All offers will be considered
Close to Schools
Close to Shops
Golf Course Views
HISTORIC CROMWELL FLOURISHING IN CENTRAL OTAGO
History abounds in Cromwell with old mining sites only a short distance from town. Gold was discovered here in 1862 and brought an influx of several thousand miners to the area. As gold ran out, Cromwell became the service centre for an extensive farming and fruit growing area. Old Cromwell Town is an historic reconstruction of the flooded Melmore Terrace and is a great way to discover the early beginnings of Cromwell.
With an area of 26.4 square kilometres Lake Dunstan offers with a splendid recreational playground for fishing and boating enthusiasts and activities suited for the family. The future for Cromwell is in farming, horticulture, viticulture and tourism. Cromwell is known as the 'Fruit Bowl' of the south. It has a strategic location between the Lindis and the Haast Pass, and acts as a hub between the towns of Wanaka, Queenstown and Alexandra.
Cromwell has a population approaching 4,000 people and is rapidly growing, has wide-reaching potential and is becoming more popular each year. It is 220m above sea level and has an average of 2200 hours of sunshine each year. Temperatures range from -10 degrees to 37 degrees C, and the average annual rainfall is only 400mm.
The Cromwell Information Centre
47 The Mall, Cromwell
Phone: (03) 4450212
The Crowell Information Centre and Museum.
47 The Mall Cromwell.
Bannockburn, once the centre of a thriving and successful gold mining industry.
Old Cromwell town Historic Precinct currently being restored and reconstructed.
Cromwell Public Library, information centre, Museum and shopping centre are all situated in the Mall.
Cromwell offers a variety of dining out places including Restaurant and wine tastings at local vineyards, hotels and cafes.
Cromwell Information Centre.
Intercity , Atomic shuttles, Southern Link, Wanaka connections, catch a bus and shuttle companies.
Cromwell Resource centre, country women’s institute, town and country club.
Dunstan Hospital, Clyde.
Cromwell Medical Centre 33 The Mall.
Cromwell Physiotherapy 11 Kerry Court.
Central District council 42 The Mall.
Cromwell Early Learning Centre
53 Monaghan Street
ph: 03 4450095
25 Gilling Place
ph: 03 4450530
Cromwell Primary Schools:
Cromwell Goldfields Primary School
ph: 03 4450326
Cromwell Primary School
ph: 03 4450264
ph: 03 4451121
Central Otago Training Services
38 Blythe Street, Cromwell
ph: 025 338982
Cromwell has an excellent golf course close to the town centre, squash, tennis hockey and bowling clubs.
Swimming centre open from Labour weekend to Easter.
Lake Dunstan provides excellent fishing sports, boating.
Cromwell is central to four ski fields, most reasonably priced accommodation and makes it an excellent place to use as a skiing base.