105 Queen Street, City Centre
This location has been autonomously mapped, it may not be exact.
Paris on Queen Street
Step inside this One Bedroom Freehold Character Apartment….It simply just doesn’t feel like you are in New Zealand.
Now every Agent could say this about a character apartment because they are so rare….but this apartment is DIFFERENT.
Yes, it’s in one of New Zealand’s most prestigious character buildings. The entrance to the apartment complex is made of Kairuru marble- No Developer would dream of such extravagance today…..if they did they did the apartment would be triple the price!!!
The Guardian Trust building as it is formerly known was completed in 1918 and is truly a piece of New Zealand History being Auckland’s tallest building right up to about 1960 and proudly marked as a ‘Category A’ building by the New Zealand Heritage society.
Yes, it is tucked off Queen Street in the heart of the CBD and on the back of the building….meaning you get all the positives like the original character, amazing location, rare original brick walls but without any of negative hustle and bustle from Queen street. Yes, it is much more Peaceful and Quiet. Perfect !!
Apartments like this are something you’d imagine seeing in European cites… half of us are saying Paris, the other half think it feels more like Florence… we’ll let you decide!
The important thing is this is ‘true character’ and has one of the best FREEHOLD locations in the City.
By the way ‘Category A’ is defined as ‘a heritage place with outstanding natural beauty, architectural and historical significance.’
So you know what that means…..it won’t be around for long.
Oh yeah almost forgot the Earthquake rating is a whopping 67%.
Facts & Features
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