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Property type: House
Parking: 4 x Off-street parks
101A McBride Street, Frankton
Consider your options
This large multi-level property is an admirable home not only located in the sought-after Frankton school zone, but also generating income!
Warmed by all-day sun, wood fire and heatpumps, the house has a bright and airy feel due to high ceilings, open-plan living and a mezzanine level. Spacious rooms, plenty of storage and sheltered courtyards offer a dream proposition for a family looking for extra space, plus there's a two bedroom granny flat for additional income. A double internally accessed garage incorporates a laundry area and workshop, and there's plenty of off-street parking too.
Thanks to its great locality and flexible living arrangements, the property has previously been run as a successful B&B. The stunning lake and mountain views on offer are protected, so soak up the sun and vistas, and take a moment to consider your options.
• Five bedroom, three bathroom home with double garage and generous off-street parking
• Grand views of Frankton Arm protected for the future
• Superb location for schooling and amenities, close to Queenstown Airport
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101A McBride Street, Frankton
Heating: Multi-fuel / wood burner, 2 x Heatpumps
Living Room: 2
Kitchen: Electric cook top
Interior Features: Paint, Wallpaper
Flooring: Carpet, Tiling
Windows: Aluminium joinery, Double glazing
Hot water: Gas
Exterior Construction: Plaster
Grounds: Landscaped, Courtyard
Views: Lake, Mountain
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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.