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59 McBride Street
Frankton

sold

Property Facts

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Ref: 26488

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Property type: House

Bedrooms 4 Lounges 2 Bathrooms 2 Garages 2

Land area: 783sqm

Parking: 3 x Off street parks, boat/trailer park

Built: 2015

59 McBride Street, Frankton

Ref: 26488

Refined quality, Remarkable position

Subtle luxury forms the cornerstone of the design aesthetic for this superb home. No expense has been spared in the pursuit of a unique property - one which takes full advantage of its incredible position whilst providing a warm, welcoming environment and simultaneously showcasing a refined style with real personality.

Positioned for full sun in Old Frankton, the alpine styling of the exterior draws upon its surroundings for inspiration. Stepping inside, the semi-industrial bespoke staircase creates instant atmosphere, its steel structure a real masterpiece and Rimu treads a nod to history, being sourced from the original home on the site. The Rimu features are reflected in the bar leaner of the sleek and expansive kitchen, complete with granite benchtop, ample storage and inclusive appliances.

Covering 290sqm, the interior encompasses four bedrooms across two levels, along with two living spaces. The upper level rooms have huge walls of glass emblazoned with incredible outlooks reaching along Lake Wakatipu all the way to Mt Nicholas. Striking honed blockwork elements run throughout the home tying the design together, and are continued in the block and timber fence around the broad garden and deck.

Truly clever in its composition, the home introduces borrowed light in unexpected ways - skylights and corner windows bring in the best of Queenstown's mountain outlooks along with plenty of sunshine.

Completed in 2015, this builder's own home represents a rare opportunity to purchase in one of the area's most sought-after locations.

• Four bedroom, 2.5 bathroom home on a 783sqm sun-flooded site
• Superb quality throughout, from the insulation to the very special finishes
• Double garage with built-in cabinetry plus ample off-street/boat parking
• Easy-care gardens to front and rear, with ambient up-lighting for evenings of entertaining

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59 McBride Street, Frankton

Ref: 26488

Web Reference 26488
Property Type House
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2
Garage 2
Built 2015
Floor area 290sqm
Land area 783sqm
Rates $3,235.80
Property Features

Heating: Wood burner, Undertile in kit/dining & 2 bathrooms, diesel fired central heating

Living Room: 2

Kitchen: Designer/modern including Granite Bench top, Rimu Bar feature, Induction cooktop

Interior Features: Honed block feature walls, Rimu/Steel staircase

Flooring: Carpet, Tiling

Windows: Aluminium joinery, Double glazing

Hot water: Electric, Diesel

General Features: Indoor/outdoor living, Sheltered, Sunny, Spacious, Quiet, Private

Exterior Construction: Plaster, Schist, ACC Panel, Titanboard panel

Aspect: West

Roof: Colorsteel

Grounds: Courtyard, Lawn, irrigated lawn

Laundry: Separate

Views: Lake, Mountain

Section: Level, Electricity, Water

Sewerage: City

Insulation: Ceiling (R5 Batts), Walls (R4 Batts), Underfloor (50mm HGrade Poly)

Chattels Fixed floor coverings
Blinds
Curtains
Light fittings
Dishwasher
Garage door opener
Range hood stove
Extractor fan
Heated towel rail
TV Aerial
Double door Fridge/freezer
Microwave
Wine Fridge

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Frankton

Fast becoming one of Queenstown’s most popular residential suburbs, Frankton is both historic and forward-moving. Named after Frances, wife of Queenstown’s first European settler William Rees, it’s stood the test of time and is only growing in popularity. Queenstown’s current surge in commercial building is centred around the Frankton Area, with the Five Mile and Remarkables Park retail/industrial/commercial/residential mix providing enticing opportunities for businesses, investors and locals.


Long-term locals love to rent or buy in Frankton for its excellent sunshine hours, easy access to shopping, great schooling and lovely mountain views. Predominantly of level contour, it’s easy to get around in Frankton and the amenities are centred and within easy reach of each other. Queenstown International Airport is located in Frankton, as is the area’s swimming pool, events centre and leisure complex. Houses range from modern homes and townhouses through retirement villages and older stand-alone properties.


Located at the end of the large inlet known as the Frankton Arm, it’s positioned on State Highway 6 and is bounded by the Kawarau River on one side.