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Wake Up To This Everyday, A Rare Piece of Paradise

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Sami Chesterton

Broker | Christchurch

Sami Chesterton

+64 3 366 3394

+64 21 02978810

About this Business for sale in Canterbury

Wake Up To This Everyday, A Rare Piece of Paradise

Live Work & Play in one of the most stunning natural landscapes in New Zealand... 

Situated at the base of the Southern Alps in Mid Canterbury, Mt Hutt Lodge presents a rare opportunity to earn a living while immersing yourself in all the amazing outdoor activities the region has on offer.

  • Unparalleled views of the Rakaia Gorge and Mt Hutt with commercial ski field 40mins away
  • The accommodation and restaurant/bar provides income plus rental income from accommodation rental and management fees
  • Owners accommodation on site, easy commute to nearby town and an hour's drive to Christchurch, the largest city in the South Island and its busy international airport
  • Bare land with future development unit with resource consent enabling new owner to build more chalets providing further income streams
  • On a main tourist route through the South Island, repeat visits and recommendations due to amazing location and hospitality

This is a unique lifestyle importunity, don't delay, give me a call or email for further information. 

Price plus GST (if any).

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