Uninterrupted views of Lake Wanaka and a scenic smorgasbord taking in the gems of Mount Aspiring, Treble Cone Ski Field and Black Peak are just some of the standout features residents can expect at The Heights Wanaka.
In addition to offering superb lake views, The Heights is in close proximity to schools, recreation reserves, the town centre and of course the worldclass ski-fields of Treble Cone and Cardrona.
Developed by Universal Developments Ltd, the elevated subdivision encompasses 160 low and medium density sections to suit the requirements of discerning buyers. With civil works now well in advance, titles for Stage One are due for release in March.
Well known and respected for its experience, capability and quality craftsmanship, Mike Greer Homes has secured three sections for Home and Land packages, scheduled for The Heights – Stage Four release in December, with access to sections in Stage One for buyers looking to commence earlier.
Jordan McConnochie, Sales Consultant for Mike Greer Homes Central Otago, says the three turnkey Home and Land packages will range from $949,000 through to $983,000 and includes a fully landscaped section.
He says the three and four bedroom homes range from 180 – 190sqm, appealing to families as well as those looking for a Wanaka retreat or a valuable investment property.
“The sections themselves are relatively compact at 430sqm, requiring minimal landscaping and grounds to maintain, appealing to people looking for a lock-and-leave holiday home,” says Jordan.
Specifically designed by Mike Greer Homes’ Design Team for The Heights, the split level homes take full advantage of the lake views, with extensive use of glass frontages, outdoor living orientated towards the lake, the mountains and afternoon sun.
As an alternative to the ever-popular cedar cladding, which has become increasingly expensive in recent times due to North American exchange rates, two of the new homes will feature an exciting new product from New Zealand company Abodo.
The Abodo product is made from New Zealand grown pine, treated to harden it and give it a colour very similar to cedar.
Each home will feature raked ceilings, open plan kitchen/living/dining spaces and make use of high quality fixtures and fittings throughout.
“There is ducted heating in a couple of the homes,” says Jordan. “Great for the Central Otago climate which gets really cold in the winter and warm in the summer.”
With over 25 years crafting award-winning homes throughout New Zealand, and recently celebrating 10 years in the Central Otago region, Mike Greer Homes has built a trusted reputation for creating homes that stand the test of time in terms of both design and construction.
“We’ve got a lot of work on the go at the moment with over 15 builds under construction in Wanaka,” says Jordan. “While we do employ our own Mike Greer Homes’ builders, we also make use of a select group of sub-trade builders.”
Jordan says that one of the key features about Mike Greer Homes is that Mike, himself a qualified builder, is still firmly at the helm of the business that he founded all those years ago.
This article was brought to you in association with the following businesses…