Formerly a well renowned Bed and Breakfast accommodation, Hampton Downs is owner operated and now available for holiday guests. The property has been partly refurbished and is now a remarkable residence in its own right. Featuring eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, dining room, rumpus room upstairs plus a two bedroom, one bathroom self contained flat down stairs and wrap around verandah perfect for relaxing with a hot cup of tea or your favourite beverage. Years ahead of itself in design the double brick home features in floor heating, a beautiful open fire place, slow combustion wood heater and a flawless finish. The solar array contributes to the economic running of the property. Separate from the stunning main residence is the Pool House with indoor heated pool and BBQ recreation area including steam room for year round enjoyment. The private tree lined grounds are enormous comprising of 3.2 Hectares fully fenced into two paddocks with water troughs and stables for our four legged friends. With beautiful rural views down the Snowy River Valley, this amazing property will make the perfect home for the large or extended family or could be your owner operated income stream walking distance to the growing and thriving township of Jindabyne at the feet of the Snowy Mountains. Given the location there may be further opportunities for development to take the property in other directions including rezoning potential (STCA). Your appointment to inspect with the exclusive listing agent is thoroughly recommended.
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