Property Market Update

In our first issue, we highlighted the ongoing demand in the Queenstown property market. Finding a quality affordable family home in the Lakes District isn't easy. Home sales at Jack's Point ranged between $825,000 and $1,850,000 in the last year. The average real estate purchase price at Jack's Point was $1.2 million for the 12 months to August. As new builds at Jack's Point respond to a shortage of housing across the district, we've taken a look at what's available without waiting to build.


An example of an established build is this architecturally designed two-storey residence. The home, located at 3 Appin Court, captures panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. A full description of the property is available here. This three bedroom, two bathroom home is literally a show piece for the developer David Reid Homes, as their original show home for Appin Court. The home is being offered at $1,285,000.

Stuff reported mid-year that the Queenstown median price of a house in April was $1,152,500 and the median section price was $500,000. Residential section sales at Jack's Point for the 12 months to August ranged in price from $295,000 to $695,000, making it amongst the most affordable premium land in the Queenstown area.

For further information about real estate at Jack’s Point, contact Gabriella Stevens at Jack’s Point Realty.

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