Block size: 25.68 Hectares approx.Hotel size: 400 m² approx.
With views through the Moonbah Valley, this estate features a large Lodge/family home boasting grand proportions and a versatile floor plan, machinery shed and pristine acreage. Eco tourism can further expand the potential of the property subject to council approval.
Ideal for a school looking to get a base in the Snowy Mountains to progress their winter sports and summer outdoor recreation.
Special features/ Construction: • Indoor heated swimming pool and Sauna • Hydronic central heating • Large open wetback fireplace in the main lounge • Formal dining room • Games room • Large modern kitchen / family/dining room • Turret sitting room
Accommodation: * Managers quarters • 10 generously proportioned bedrooms and 10 bathrooms • Main bedroom with ensuite and built-in wardrobe • Sweeping views through the Moonbah Valley and the mountains beyond
Grounds and sheds: • 63.45 Acres of undulating pasture • Creek frontage into Grosses Creek and unnamed creek • 2 bay machinery shed
Location: • An easy 15 minutes’ drive from the centre of Jindabyne along the Barry way turning off onto West Lynne Rd. • Desirable land enjoying the mountain vistas and wide-open valleys of Moonbah
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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