Lot 38 sits high up in the estate with spectacular views of snow-capped mountains and Lake Jindabyne. This block is in a quiet cul-de-sac location and borders with the Gallery so you already know one of your neighbour’s. With a well-designed house, this block can take advantage of the gorgeous views and enjoy one of the largest blocks in the estate at 1078m2. Not to mention the access to the shared trail that takes you all the way to Jindabyne.
The owner has completed plans for an energy efficient (10+) 6-bedroom, two story, dual-keyed house. This allows the option of being one large two story house or closing of the adjoining door between the two levels to rent out one level as an investment (or both). STCA, the block allows for another detached residential building as it is zoned dual occupancy. Site survey has also been completed. The owner is a certified passive house builder and is available to build your dream home as builders in the area can be hard to come by. - R2 Low density flexible zoning allows dual occupancy & short term holiday usage (STCA) - Full town services including; power, sewer, water, phone lines & wireless NBN - Subdivision is due to be registered next month and ready to be built on Inspect today and see for yourself the beautiful views.
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