We’ve sorted through realestate.co.nz and compiled a list of the most expensive homes in New Zealand right now
4 of the most expensive houses for sale in New Zealand
If you love real estate as much as I do – one of your favourite pastimes may also be perusing houses online in order of ‘highest price’. For those who dear to dream this can offer up some exceptional results, and the ones currently listed around the country are the ultimate insight into how the other half lives.
What everyone classifies as a ‘dream home’ is entirely subjective, but if heli-pads or panoramic views of the Queenstown rivers spring to mind – you’ll love what we’ve put together.
Take a look at the most opulent homes on the market.
1. Te Rere Cove Estate
The house is somewhat infamous for its unfortunate featuring in Max Key’s smash hit’s ‘Paradise’ music video. The house is an offering of all things quintessentially luxurious, and the exceptional waterfront property also comes with 13.9 hectares of boutique vineyards. The home itself, is a modest 1800-square-metres and is modeled to resemble a luxury lodge. Take a look inside this special property, it’s price by negotiation, so who knows, you might just get a bargain!
2. Wyuna Rise, Queenstown
Designed to the be the ‘Eagles Nest’ of the Wyuna preserve development, the two titles sitting atop the highest ride have all-encompassing views of the mouths of Greenstone, Dart and Rees Rivers. The home is the epitome of Queenstown’s alpine style, and the lodge like interior, which spans over 750 square metres, is meticulously finished down to the finest detail.
The property entails all that you could imagine of a luxury estate, including a sauna, spa, helipad and amphitheatre.
3. Pinnacle Place, Queenstown
This home is perched on the grandstand of Queenstown, with spectacular views overlooking Queenstown Bay and Lake Wakatipu. The internal space boasts an impressive 879-square-metres of contemporary design. This home is a lesson in opulent living; including a six car garage, temperature-controlled wine cellar, bar and home theatre.
The home, complete with natural rock and concrete – reflects the highest level of modern architecture, and it is a very stylish way to enjoy one of the worlds most beautiful destinations, on the market for a cool $23.5 million.
4. Wharenui, Bay of Islands
Located in New Zealand’s famed Bay of Islands, this is the pinnacle of beachfront living. Designed by architect Simon Carnachan it is resort-style living, complete with all the amenities one would expect to find in one. The buildings are all located around a large central heated pool and spa, there is also a tennis court, separate games room, oh, and a teppanyaki hotplate.
Words by: Kate Milliken. Images Via: Realestate.co.nz