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Te Pā Tāhuna

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Location

68 Fryer Street, Queenstown, Queenstown, Otago

Price

$475,000 - $600,000

Property Type

Apartment

Developer

Ngāi Tahu Property

Te Pā Tāhuna is a new architecturally designed development in Queenstown, planned to become a new and vibrant community, with more than 300 homes expected to be built in total. The first release of KiwiBuild apartments include one-bedroom, one-bedroom plus study and two-bedroom options. 

Homes at Te Pā Tāhuna are built with energy-efficiency in mind across lighting and heating design, low VOC paints, and rain gardens for stormwater retention and reuse. Construction materials have been selected for permanence and minimal maintenance, so they will stand the test of time. Residents will also be able to enjoy shared garden facilities and common green spaces throughout. 

The name Te Pā Tāhuna was gifted to the community by mana whenua and celebrates their long connection with Tāhuna – Queenstown. The name Te Pā Tāhuna draws on Māori traditions of ahi kā. It’s a place where the home fires always burn on the shores of Lake Whakatipu Waimāori. You can learn more about the gifting of the name at tepatahuna.co.nz/about-the-name-te-pa-tahuna.

Features include: 

  • Heat pump and ventilation system
  • Contemporary kitchen available in a light or dark colour scheme
  • Storage lockers on the ground floor of the complex
  • Car parks and bike maintenance areas available at the rear of the building. 

Centrally located in located on Gorge Road, Te Pā Tāhuna is just a short walk to downtown Queenstown, with alpine views of Cecil Peak, Queenstown Hill and Ben Lomond Scenic Reserve.  

To learn more about these homes visit tepatahuna.co.nz/kiwibuild-at-te-pa-tahuna

Cameron Reed
cameron.reed@raywhite.com

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Ray White Queenstown Office  
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Page updated: 12 March 2021