This beautiful, double brick, steel-framed family home sits on approximately 1 acre at 1006m above sea level. A north facing home with a custom designed kitchen, open plan lounge and dining area perfect for entertaining. The private master suite sits neatly off to the western side and has a walk-in robe and ensuite. The other five bedrooms are all large, 3 with built-in wardrobes. The property is currently dual key with tenants leasing 3 bedrooms and owners retaining two bedrooms plus the sixth bedroom is currently set up as a second living area.
The home is fully insulated and has a dual fan forced wood fire which efficiently heats the entire house. There is a double garage attached to the house and a two bay shed on a concrete slab to the rear of the property. The property receives town power and sewer and has over 64,000 litres of tank water storage.
Sitting at 1006m above sea level with lovely mountain views and only a few minutes drive to Jindabyne town centre this home will impress.
Council Rates: Approximately $/1220pa
Tenancy : Tenants in place @ $500pw until Jan 2021 Local council : Snowy Monaro Regional Council 02 6450 5195 Zoning : R5 Large Lot Residential – Dual Occupancy possible STCA
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