Land area - 14 Acres (5.625 Hectares) Location - 4.6 kms to Shannon's Flat, 23 kms Adaminaby, 46 kms Cooma, 63 kms Tharwa. Water - A never ending supply from a spring. Gravity feed or pump pressure connected. The House - it is clad with external timber cladding (vertical) and an iron roof. The large floor space provides comfort in a north facing, sunny sitting room, a spacious (twin room size) family area and dining room made comfortable with a wood burning heater and a sunny aspect, an adjoining kitchen with timber benches and a walk-in pantry. Central in the home is a music/reading room (skylight). 3 bedrooms including a very large main bedroom with built in cupboards and a sliding door to the outside. There is a bathroom with a shower over the bath and a separate toilet. A second shower and toilet are in the large laundry. An additional room (internal) is ideal for storage or a cellar. Hot water is via a "Rinnai" instant LPG unit. Heating - Wood burning heater, electric heater and in some rooms is underfloor electric heating (rarely used) The whole house presents in good order. Communications - Internet via satellite, all free to air TV channels and landline with 3 outlets. Views - The surrounding hills provide a pleasant vista. Council Rates - $604.53 (2018/19) Comment - This location is within easy driving distance of Lake Eucumbene, mountain streams, Mt Selwyn snowfields, Canberra. Agent - Don Menchin 0413 028 795
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