Sunshine-Filled Beach Escape!
If it`s time to escape the rat-race this is for you. This private piece of paradise offers a 2 bedroom, permanent material home on 1088m2 of established gardens and lawns. Perfectly ...
Dream It? Live It!
If you`ve always wanted your own`get-away` place or would like a change of pace.....this is for you! A 3bdrm (could be more), 170m2 home set on an 875m2 section this home offers space ...
Our Leeston Real Estate team are here to provide you with friendly and efficient property services. Whether you are looking to buy, sell, rent or have us manage your property, we’re here for you!
Property Brokers are enthusiastic about Leeston and the wider Canterbury region and we have a vast knowledge of houses for sale and for rent in the area. Our sales team are well equipped to help you with all aspects of buying or selling a property whether it’s residential, lifestyle, commercial or rural. Whether you’re a first home buyer, family, investor, or just looking for that perfect home to enjoy your retirement in, drop in and have a chat to our sales team and let us find the right property for you.
With higher rental prices in Christchurch driving people out of the city, Leeston offers plenty of affordable houses to rent from our excellent property rental team with only a short commute to the city centre. Our rentals division work hard to manage properties and match the right properties with the right tenants. Come and visit the rental division and let us manage your property or find you a house to rent in Leeston.
Moving to Leeston?
The township of Leeston has a population of 1600 people and is located on the flat land of the Canterbury plains in the South Island, between the shore of Lake Ellesmere and the mouth of the Rakaia River. Leeston is 32 km from the edge of the city of Christchurch, a trip that takes 30 minutes by road.
Rich agricultural land surrounds Leeston and many of its students live on farms. Dairying, sheep and cropping are the main farming activities with irrigation providing water for plant growth during the hot dry summers.
The town serves the local farming community and has a supermarket, a primary school, a high school, four churches, a hospital for the elderly, banking facilities, shops, a volunteer fire brigade, ambulance service, a small open swimming pool, parks, a library, sports clubs and facilities and a medical centre.
A dominant feature of the main street of Leeston is the war memorial that was built to remember those who died during the First World War.
Mt Hutt ski field is only an hour’s drive from Leeston and it has excellent facilities that satisfy the most discerning skiers and snow boarders.