This is a quaint 3 bedroom stone cottage, licensed for holiday rental, located just on edge of town.
Snuggled away in peaceful Adaminaby you will find this wonderful little gem with beautiful rural views. Featuring some delightful characteristics from years gone-by as well as loving restorations, the house offers a lounge room and dining area with a reverse cycle air-conditioner.
The kitchen looks out over the large yard at the rear of the house. The bathroom has a shower and built-in laundry. Also downstairs you will find the first bedroom with 2 other good sized bedrooms upstairs.
This is a property with plenty of charm being finished with some beautiful stonework
Adaminaby is a quiet mountain town with a great pub (family-friendly bistro for Friday late arrival evening meals), a local bakery, a small supermarket/post office, tackle shops, ski-hire, servos, cafe, bowling club, golf course, op-shop, Snowy Hydro museum - all within a five-minute walk of the house - and the NBN is already in town! From Canberra the house is 90 minutes through Namadgi National Park, or another 20 minutes if you need to pick up supplies in Cooma.
With the Snowy Hydro 2.0 project on the way, and being in a great location for both the fishing and ski seasons in the Snowy Mountains this is the time to move to town.
For more details or to arrange an inspection, please contact Patrick on 0411 136 645
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