2 Storey apartment semi detached

2 Storey apartment semi detached

Lizzie

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms
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Our home

Open plan lounge kitchen. The lounge area, bedroom ensuite on the top floor Downstairs, 2 bedrooms, 1 queen the other 2 singles
Lounge has full view over the local area. Comfy lounge area x 2 2 seater lounges. Dining table seats 6, breakfast bar.
Air conditoning unit recycle in lounge area.

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Who we are

  1. Hello I am Lizzie. I work in Invercargill as a nurse Murray is my partner.Frankton-Queenstown is my holiday home.
    We have a wish to travel on a yearly basis whenever we can. I am very happy to share my home so folks can see a most beautiful part of the world. Look on queenstown.co.nz site for further tourist info..

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Queenstown is the scenic capital of southern New Zealand. Where I am situated is up on a hill looking out over Lake Wakatipu. 5 mins from the Airport. Local shopping in also within 5 mins at Remarkables Park Frankton. Queenstown township is 6km away. Wanaka over the crown range 3/4 hour drive. Cromwell 40 mins through the Kawarau gorge It is a beautiful area to explore. History as we know it here is gold mining,Arrowtown the local old gold town. Horse riding, water sports, bungey jumping and lots of great wineries all with 20 mins drive. Jet boating down the rivers Shotover and Kawerau. Flights/buses to Milford sound.Summer nov-March . September is the start of spring in NZ.

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