Every aspect of Linksgate’s design has been carefully considered, from the cobblestoned carriageway to the dry-stack schist walls. Wherever possible the established trees have been retained, with many more planted. And to complete the look, character street lighting and strong historically styled fencing has been selected.
This plan is not to scale. Areas, sizes, crossing, street light and tree positions are all subject to change and final surveyDIMENSIONS SUBDIVISION CONSENT
There are not many corners of the world that truly ‘have it all’. Linksgate is one of those rare gems where all the joys of life can be found right on your doorstep. Natural splendour, an abundance of activities and attractions, authentic history and quaint village living await you at this exclusive luxury development, which neighbours Arrowtown’s Feehly Hill Scenic Reserve.
With just 27 generously sized sections on offer, Linksgate has been designed to enhance and work with the stunning landscape of this charming historic township. You’ll delight in calling Arrowtown home, with its tree-lined streets, shops, bars and eateries.
The immediate area is replete with networks of cycling and walking trails, scenic lookouts and internationally renowned golf courses, while a whole host of activities from wine- tasting to some of the world’s best ski slopes are less than an hour’s drive away.
The region is celebrated for having four distinct seasons, each with its own unique appeal. From the green hills of Summer, golden hues of Autumn, crisp snows of Winter and new life of Spring there’s a whole new world to discover with each change of season.
An exclusive offering in an unforgettable location, Linksgate is a rare find with just 27 sections to be sold.
A beautiful 20 minute drive from Queenstown, the spectacular scenery, distinct four seasons and tranquil atmosphere make Arrowtown a world class location.
At the heart of Arrowtown, is a procession of small town heritage buildings that stretch into a tree lined avenue of tiny miners’ cottages. The buildings in this lovely precinct house shops, galleries, bars, and restaurants.
This charming and quirky village is nestled below the beautiful peaks that surround the sparkling Arrow River. Its alpine setting hosts the famed Arrowtown trails, a network of attractive walking and cycling routes, many suiting beginners.
For those who live there, Arrowtown is much more than the incredible scenery and sporting playground. It has two preschools, a highly rated primary school and for older students, an easy bus ride to Wakatipu High. It also boasts a medical centre, library, pharmacy, Plunket and hospital only 15 minutes away.
There is an extensive range of walking trails around Arrowtown for all abilities and fitness levels. The banks of the Arrow River provide a more leisurely stroll on well formed tracks, or alternatively the many hills above Arrowtown provide challenging terrain and magnificent views of the Wakatipu basin.
Mountain Biking & Cycling
Arrowtown is an excellent place to base yourself for a cycling holiday.The Queenstown-Lakes area is fast becoming a mountain biking Mecca for cross-country and downhill bikers alike. With a 110km network of dedicated cycle trails throughout the Wakatipu region you can explore a multitude of areas for days on end. Plus with an abundance of quiet rural roads at your doorstep you can get out on your road bike for hours. Hill climbers can always tackle the Crown Range or Coronet Peak Roads and true adrenaline junkies can even do a Heli-Bike.
Skiing & Snow Boarding
Arrowtown is a spectacular alpine ski village within easy distance of Coronet Peak, The Remarkables and Cardrona ski fields. Coronet Peak is a short 20 minute drive away and its fantastic skiing ensures it is a great ski field for learners and advanced skiers alike.
If watersports are more your thing, the proximity of the numerous lakes will delight you. Lake Hayes, Lake Wakatipu, Lake Wanaka, Lake Hawea, Lake Dunstan are all at hand to name just the closest.
Central Otago is the most southerly grape-growing region in the world, with a well established international reputation for Pinot Noir. The Gibbston Valley has numerous vineyards on the slopes and terraces above the dramatic Kawarau Gorge and is the perfect backdrop for a leisurely lunch or wine-tastings at one of the many vineyards.
Right here in Arrowtown we have The Hills, Millbrook Golf Resort and Arrowtown Golf Course. Nearby there is also Kelvin Heights Golf Course and Jacks Point, both excellent courses with stunning views. Within an hour’s drive you could even try courses in Wanaka, Cromwell or Alexandra.
The Hills Golf Course
The Hills was designed by Darby Partners and opened in 2007 to host the New Zealand Open. Set over 500 acres of land across a glacial valley, the layout highlights the dramatic elevation changes and rocky schist outcrops that are a feature of the area.
This championship layout provides a serious challenge for accomplished players while thoughtful and considerate design means that the golf course is equally enjoyable for golfers of all abilities. The beauty of the courses lakes, waterways and wetland areas are complemented by a stunning array of sculptures made by local and international artists.
Millbrook Golf Course
Set in a natural alpine amphitheatre against the backdrop of the Remarkables Mountain Range, this 27 hole golf course exploits the dramatic terrain fully, delivering world-class golf.
Millbrook is simply an unforgettable golfing experience. This award winning golf course was voted Best Golf Hotel in New Zealand at the inaugural World Golf Awards 2014 - it’s a must for your bucket list.
Designed by renowned master golfer Sir Bob Charles, and renovated by Greg Turner Millbrook offers a breathtaking environment to tee off at with extraordinary photo opportunities at every turn.
Linksgate is an opportunity to create a space in which you and your family will live and love. Your section at Linksgate is amply sized for you to design the home of your dreams, constrained only by your imagination.
You may take inspiration from the region’s many natural building materials, bringing the warmth of timber or the strength of schist into your home. Spaces filled with natural light be it sunlight or relight will set the scene for an ambience that welcomes both your family and your guests.
Contemporary chic, traditional elegance, sustainable design — whatever your preferred style of home is, it will be in good company within the luxury surrounds of Linksgate.
55 minutes’ drive from Linksgate
Queenstown’s stunning scenery, huge range of activities and renowned warm welcome cement its reputation as New Zealand’s favourite visitor destination.
Renowned for its four distinct seasons, Queenstown offers spectacular scenery and world class attractions. In winter, a snow lover’s paradise abounds with backcountry skiing and the country’s highest vertical drops. Summer brings paragliding, mountain biking, jet boating, fishing and bungy-jumping to name just a few of the many activities on hand.
For the more cosmopolitan visitor, Queenstown offers a vibrant and social city hub complete with award-winning restaurants and bars, cafés and shops, day spas and so much more.
55 minutes’ drive from Linksgate
A short drive over the magnificent Crown Range road, Wanaka perfectly complements neighboring Queenstown. With its more relaxed feel, Wanaka offers a warm welcome to families and adventure-seekers alike.
Set on the shores of Lake Wanaka – the world’s first protected ‘lifestyle reserve’ – Wanaka is a beautiful year-round destination.
Wanaka is a favourite with New Zealand families. People of all ages can bask in the sun and play in the water throughout the long, hot summer. Cruises, windsurfing, wakeboarding and water skiing are some of the most popular activities on the lake.
40 minutes’ drive from Linksgate
Located deep in the heart of Central Otago in the valley of Upper Clutha, Cromwell is a special place not to be missed. From rugged to rolling hills, two great rivers and the sparking pristine waters of Lake Dunstan, the natural beauty of the area is overwhelming.
The Cromwell basin is home to a host of award- winning wineries. The area also has a rich heritage with remnants of gold fields that will take you on a journey through the past. Be sure to take a wander down to the historic Cromwell Heritage Precinct for a selection of boutique shops, art galleries and cosy cafes.
Situated on the shore of Lake Dunstan Cromwell is an idyllic location for water sports in summer or a lovely spot to warm up after a crisp winter’s day on one of the regions many ski fields.
Suburban Estates has its name proudly displayed at some of the most sought after residential developments in New Zealand. Since inception in 1957, Suburban Estates has been in the business of residential land development, transforming numerous sites into highly desirable developments and properties for literally thousands of people.
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