Family estate with unique features close to Jindabyne
This unique estate offers a spacious family home with the bonus of an attached two bedroom apartment with separate entrance set on 2.05 hectares of manicured lawns and carefully cultivated gardens.
Providing a rural lifestyle with the convenience of proximity to town, this well-established property boasts a versatile floor plan with generous rooms that cater for both formal events and casual living.
Features: • Main residence with 4 bedrooms & 3 bathrooms • Entrance foyer with marble floor & double height ceiling • Spacious kitchen with marble bench tops and Miele appliances • Mulit-purpose entertainment room with granite floor • Self-contained 2 bedroom apartment with kitchen, bathroom and dual access • Solid rosewood floor throughout the open-plan formal dining and lounge area • Double brick construction offering excellent insulative properties • Reverse cycle air-conditioning • Slow combustion wood fire places in lounge and family rooms • Under floor heating in all bathrooms, kitchen & breakfast area • Extra deep triple and double lockup garages • Landscaped gardens beds with exotic pine & fruit trees • Bitumen sealed roads to the property
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