Property type: Section
Land area: 2023sqm
21 Islay Street, Glenorchy
Prime Glenorchy development site
Long term owners have decided it's time to sell what can be considered a prime offering in the town. The 2,023sqm section is located in the town's commercial precinct, its underlying zoning is - 'Township' with the property enjoying both a commercial overlay, and a visitor accommodation overlay. The site runs between busy Mull Street, where many of the town's other businesses are located, and Islay Street to the south. It sits opposite the highly regarded Glenorchy Cafe on Mull Street and adjoins Glenorchy Motors on the east, and there's a large vacant block to the west that extends to Benmore Place opposite the lakefront reserve.
The result is a well positioned property with excellent development potential to take advantage of the strong tourist numbers visiting this pristine part of New Zealand from Queenstown, just a 40 minute scenic drive away.
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• 2,023sqm vacant block with a Township zoning, with both commercial and visitor accommodation overlays
• Sought-after positioning with dual street frontages
• Two minutes walk to the lakefront
• Potential to subdivide into two separate lots (subject to consent)
• Glenorchy is a 40 minute scenic drive from Queenstown and on the doorstep of a World Heritage Area
Boundary indicative only
21 Islay Street, Glenorchy
Section: Level section. Electricity, water and telecommunication services are available nearby for future connection
Sewerage: No town system yet
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A settlement at the northern end of Lake Wakatipu, Glenorchy offers a lifestyle like no other. On the doorstep of national parks including Fiordland and Mt Aspiring, Glenorchy is home to just 400-500 people. Sitting approximately 45km from Queenstown by road, it’s a scenic lakeside drive that’s well worth the trip.
Glenorchy has enough facilities to cater to the tourist and resident population, with a couple of pubs, a café, petrol station and a range of small shops. An airstrip provides thrills for holidaymakers as well as convenience for local hunters and fisherpeople wanting to access the outdoors.
The famed Routeburn Track starts a short distance from Glenorchy, as do other notable trails including the Caples, Greenstone and Rees-Dart. Popular local and tourist activities include fishing, horse riding, jet boating, canyoning, skydiving, skiing, and boating.
The township is host to a collection of homes of varying ages including recent builds, plus further out along the Paradise Road are larger landholdings and lifestyle properties.