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31 Stewart Street


Property Facts

Ref: 26836


Property type: House

Bedrooms 4 Lounges 2 Bathrooms 2 Garages 2

Land area: 806sqm

Parking: 2 x Off-street parks

31 Stewart Street, Frankton

Ref: 26836

It's got it all

Set back from the road by a huge garage and plenty of off-street parking, this private home offers the discerning buyer split-level, spacious living, combined with lake and mountain views.

Four bedrooms, two bathrooms and dual living areas along with ample storage is perfect for the growing family or renters. The indoor-outdoor flow is just magic and a picturesque garden offers lush lawns, established hedges, raised beds and fragrant flowers - lavender and rose aromas envelope the home. Multiple patios mean it's easy to follow the sun around the property.

There's plenty of room for the cars, boats, toys and more with a double garage, double carport and more off-street parking for visitors.

So much to offer and so many memories to be made. Worthy of immediate inspection, it's the perfect family home or rental investment in a highly sought-after location.

• Four bedroom, two bathroom home with dual living areas
• Copious parking
• Multiple outdoor areas from which to enjoy balmy Frankton evenings and sun-drenched days
• Lake and mountain outlooks

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31 Stewart Street, Frankton

Ref: 26836

Web Reference 26836
Property Type House
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2
Garage 2
Floor area 200sqm
Land area 806sqm
Rates $2,980.56
Property Features

Living Room: 2

Kitchen: Standard, Electric cook top

Interior Features: Paint, Wallpaper

Chattels Blinds
Garage door opener
TV Aerial

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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.