Dream Location along Alpine Way with Truffle Producing Orchard
Summary: “Ashfield” comprises approximately 80ha (200 acres) of undulating granite country in the tightly held Crackenback Valley locality with direct frontage to the Alpine Way. Located 30km from Thredbo Village, 6km from the centre of Jindabyne and minutes from Wild Brumby Distillery and the Crackenback Valley tourism precinct the property is close to all the amenities the Snowy Mountains has to offer including fishing, snow sports, mountain biking, hiking and sailing to name but a few. The rural zoning allows for detached dual occupancy and the setting offers several potential house sites most with lake or snowy mountain views.
The property comes complete with a habitable 3 bedroom ‘heritage listed’ cottage, a 4-bay machinery shed and a producing Truffle Orchard with 800 Oak trees. Other features include a bore, Wollondibby Creek frontage, 3.42ha crown leasehold land, six paddocks (all with water) and 3 dams.
Phone and power are available, and the heritage listing could provide some additional commercial opportunities (subject to council approval).
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