Located in a prime position on the shores of Queenstown’s Lake Wakatipu, only 12kms, 15 minutes from the heart of Queenstown centre and 30 minutes from Queenstown International Airport.
A unique subdivision of freehold property where 75% of the area will be developed into private nature reserves to be shared as common recreation land, maintained and enjoyed by the residents.
A range of building options, including freehold fully serviced sections of 3000 square metres (3/4 of an acre) or more and fully constructed, architecturally designed homes.
Plans are underway for a café/events facility including bar, outdoor swimming pond and BBQ area with large playground, double flying fox, adult fitness equipment and to come the best pump track in Queenstown.
Elegantly designed circular entranceway with Sculptor Dan Kelly’s Tui birds also throughout development are a Peregrine Falcon and Haast Eagle.
There are easy access lockable storage sheds available for rent for storing extra items like boats and vehicles.
The water supply is UV filtered, which means 2100 litres per day of the highest quality drinking water that does not have chlorine and other chemicals in it like everywhere else in the Queenstown region.
In order to protect residents property values and outlooks, design covenants have been introduced for both building and landscaping.
Bob’s Cove is a sheltered bay on the northern side of the Lake Wakatipu; its general aspect is east/west. Edged with native bush and beech forest, Bob’s Cove Nature Reserve is a 104 acre development site situated west of Queenstown along the spectacular scenic Queenstown to Glenorchy Road.
The Cove itself has fantastic bush walks and views across the lake to Mt Nicholas Station. The property blocks have views of Cecil and Walter Peaks and to the east views of the Cove and back towards Queenstown and the Remarkable mountain range.
Some may choose to focus on golf courses or apartment living but most will prefer the abundance of nature and space that this area has to offer.
Bob’s Cove is a very popular spot for fishermen, boating, water sports, tramping, cycling and family picnics.
There are plenty of great walking and biking tracks right here, some include; the Bobs Cove Track, Historic Bridle Trail, 12 Mile Delta and Sam Summers.
And, in summer it’s the perfect spot to jet boat, water ski or just park the boat and relax onshore.