Koko Ridge is a newly developed subdivision in Queenstown that David Reid Homes are proudly building homes in. The new neighbourhood presents an extraordinary opportunity to secure an elevated land parcel in quintessential Queenstown. Careful consideration has been taken to ensure each home is positioned to maximise the impressive alpine scenery, privacy and long hours of sunshine Central Otago has to offer. Coronet Peak, The Remarkables, Cecil Peak and the Crown Range are some examples of Queenstown’s iconic landmarks that can be viewed in every direction from the exclusive location of Koko Ridge.
David Reid Homes Queenstown Director - Fraser Mackenzie, shares his excitement in the company being a part of the committed development team at Koko Ridge saying that “our goal for our Queenstown team stands the same for the (Koko Ridge) Development in creating innovative homes that reflect personalities and the way people live their lives. We are really looking forward to opening our Koko Ridge show home in the very near future for people to be able to experience an example of our beautifully crafted homes in this stunning new subdivision”.
Fraser also shares the advantages for those living in this prime location: Koko Ridge is situated on elevated land in Queenstown that’s not only practical for a range of potential residents but also boasts a variety of adventure activities, as well as leisurely exploration. Koko Ridge residents will have close access to endless trails to Millbrook, Arrowtown, Gibbston Valley and central Queenstown right on their doorstep for both walking and biking that interconnect along the Shotover and Kawarau Rivers. Five Mile Shopping Centre and local schools Shotover Primary and Wakatipu High School are within a short driving distance.
Koko Ridge subdivision - Queenstown
David Reid Homes have over 25 years of experience with a proud history of building beautifully crafted, innovative homes. To get in contact with our team to discuss your new build at Koko Ridge, get in touch by calling Justine Burke 027 570 4878 or Carolyn McIsaac 027 563 2822