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Central Otago Mirror - - FRONT PAGE -

Mak­ing the de­ci­sion to pur­chase one of the sec­tions in the Quail­haven sub­di­vi­sion at the north end of Roxburgh, will not only be one of the best de­ci­sions you make in your life, but will also win you the heart­felt grat­i­tude of your fam­ily. Roxburgh is a fan­tas­tic place to live! This his­toric town of time­less beauty is lo­cated in an un­spoilt area of Cen­tral Otago, known to many as the ‘fruit­bowl’ of the re­gion with its many or­chards es­tab­lished along the length of the Te­viot Val­ley. Added to this are the great fish­ing spots which abound in the Clutha River and be­yond, the scenic walk­ing tracks, the 4WD routes, the sports ameni­ties from ten­nis through to golf, great pic­nic and swim­ming spots and fun play grounds for the chil­dren to en­joy. Not only is Roxburgh a mini par­adise of its own, but the op­por­tu­nity to es­tab­lish a home in the new Quail­haven sub­di­vi­sion means that you are lo­cated in a place within easy driv­ing dis­tance to Dunedin, In­ver­cargill, Queen­stown and Alexandra. The Roxburgh Quail­haven sub­di­vi­sion of­fers many op­tions for the home buyer. Whether it’s for a hol­i­day home or a per­ma­nent home, a range of sec­tions are avail­able, vary­ing in size and price, from 551m2 to 962m2 and $80,000 to $99,000, mean­ing there is some­thing to suit all bud­gets and fam­ily needs. With its sunny north fac­ing site, and its view across the mighty Clutha River to the rugged Knobby Range be­yond, its lo­ca­tion will mean spec­tac­u­lar scenes year round as the four sea­sons and weather pat­terns al­ter the view. Quail­haven is also a short walk to the Roxburgh area school, the Med­i­cal cen­tre and the ameni­ties and great shop­ping which can be found along its main street: Scot­land Street.

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