18 Myack Street is a solid rendered brick home that has just had a full renovation completed. This is a great first home or ski pad.
The house is heated with a new slow combustion wood heater situated in the lounge room. There is also a reverse cycle air-conditioner in the house for additional heating and cooling.
There are two large bedrooms both with ceiling fans, a study and a new bathroom with a large walk-in shower. At the back of the house you will find the new kitchen with breakfast bar and a nice covered veranda ideal for entertaining. There is also a new laundry.
With the house built near the front of the block, there is a nice big, fully fenced private yard with side access from the main road.
Located just a few minutes walk to the Berridale hub, just 20 minutes to either Jindabyne or Cooma, this property is well positioned for snow, water, equestrian, biking and hiking sports alike. With Canberra's new international airport and the South Coast just 1.5hrs away and Cooma's airport on your doorstep, you have access to everything and everywhere. You can own your lifestyle in the Snowy Mountains.
For more information or to make an appointment please call Patrick on 0411 136 645
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