104 Governors Bay Road, Cass Bay
LAST OPPORTUNITY IN THE BAY
Lifestyle or residential? This an exceptional opportunity for a lifestyle and investment (residential plan available) for a piece of paradise in New Zealand's glorious South Island where the only limit to your options are the sky, the horizon and your imagination.
Lots of history and unlimited sunshine, this is the last 6.5ha block on the coveted Governors Bay Road occupying a prime elevated site in Cass Bay. Design your dream home to take advantage of cinematic views encompassing Quail Island, Diamond Harbour and out to the horizon. Relax on the deck with friends and sip a Canterbury wine as native birds provide the background score while you enjoy a beautiful sunset. Begin the day strolling along the waterfront or through Port Hills then enjoy a brunch at one of the many cafes before browsing the local farmers market in Lyttelton each Saturday morning. Located close to Lyttelton Harbour (Christchurch's only marine facility for private boat owners) you can easily unslip the painter and spend a day on the water fishing or watching the passing whales.
Only 20 minutes from Christchurch CBD and a few minutes from amenities in the township, including 2 primary schools (Lyttelton and Governors Bay) and zoned for Cashmere High School.
Services include library, City Council Service Centre, medical and physiotherapy clinic, supermarkets etc.
This property offers huge potential to benefit from the increasing tourist traffic not to mention possibilities for subdivision with residential zoning for sections reducible to 400-600sqm. Whale watching, deep sea fishing charters, mountain bike hire or up-market visitor accommodation would all have potential for commercial enterprise.
Any property purchased on Governors Bay Road represents an astute lifestyle investment and a property like this with such obvious potential is a rare opportunity in deed. Whether you buy, design and build or land bank, you'll need to act quickly. Contact the vendors sole agent today. Tomorrow may be to late.