A centrally located home with north easterly views across the lake from Kalkite to the Dam wall. The spacious open plan living/dining area has high ceilings, a slow combustion fireplace as a centerpiece and opens out onto a deck which offers great lake views. The large kitchen has a walk in pantry, plenty of bench space, gas cooking, gas hot water as well as reverse cycle heating/air conditioning.
There are three good sized bedrooms serviced by the main bathroom with a separate toilet/powder room adjacent. The huge master bedroom has a wall of built in robes, and an ensuite with a separate toilet.
Relax and recover from a day on the mountain in the near new Luxo infra-red four person sauna located in the garage. The double garage leads into a storeroom which has DA approval to be converted into a 2 bedroom self-contained flat with separate entrance. Alternatively it could be a second living area/games/rumpus room or workshop. There is a small, easily maintained, established garden at the rear of the house that is fully fenced for a dog.
The perfect family home in an elevated prime position close to Jindabyne with Lake views and dual occupancy potential. The property is also approved to operate as a Bed and Breakfast.
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