16 Hamilton Street offers you a quaint, hidden and well looked after 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home or holiday retreat.
The home sits on a 1194sqm block, which is the perfect size for the kids and the dog to run around on. And your just minutes' walk from Buckley's Crossing Hotel and the local cafe.
The home is lovely, the kitchen is new and has a spacious walk-in pantry, there is a separate dining area and lounge room all heated by a thermostat controlled heater. The house has a lovely veranda; perfect for taking in the freedom offered by your spacious and tranquil environment.
The 3 bedrooms are all of good, spacious size. The main bathroom has a claw foot bath and separate shower and the second has a toilet and shower.
The large laundry is ideal for drying the ski gear and is the perfect mud room for boots all year round.
With a large shed on a slab, there is plenty on offer.
Located in the heart of Dalgety, with the Buckley's Crossing pub and Iona's cafe both a minutes walk, you do have the town on your doorstep also, for the keen trout fisherman the Snowy River is only a stones throw away.
Dalgety, in the Snowy Mountains is 1.5 hours drive to Canberra and the South Coast and 45 minutes to the NSW ski fields. With skiing, hiking, mountain biking, equestrian, and all forms of water sports at your doorstep, you can own your lifestyle.
For more information or to book an appointment to view the property, please call Patrick on 0411 1136 645.
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