It boasts lakeside living at its best with water views, but 38 Rushes Bay Avenue in East Jindabyne brings more than stunning vistas to the table.
According to the selling agent, Henley Property’s Dani Kell, privacy and easy access to the water combined with heartwarming neighbourhood vibes create something special.
“Rushes Bay Avenue is a lovely, mainly residential community. People make friends really easily,” she said.
“Since there’s not a lot of holiday letting, residents in this part of Jindabyne can get to know each other.”
The five-bedroom property is set across two storeys, with a wrap-around verandah on the upper floor yielding beautiful views of Lake Jindabyne. And the views are not limited to the deck.
“There are those high windows, which let in beautiful light and show a view out of every window,” Dani says.
“The house has been designed in such a way that the views are fantastic.
“It’s a stone’s throw from the lake, making it a great lifestyle property for someone.”
The property also comes with three bathrooms and several parking spaces, offering plenty of space for family and to host friends.
The master bedroom has an ensuite, while two bedrooms in the main part of the home come with a walk-in wardrobe each.
The final two bedrooms form part of a separate unit, which also has its own bathroom.
This self-contained unit offers flexibility, Dani says.
“You could live in the home and rent the unit out,” she says. “It’s pretty flexible but it would also suit a family who needs accommodation for a grandma or grandpa.”
The property also features a large shed and a double lock-up garage, which offer ample storage space for cars, bikes, paddle boards and snow gear.
There are also landscaped gardens around the edge of the property and a fully fenced yard to give pet owners peace of mind.
Other thoughtful features include underfloor heating on the upper floor and an Australian-made Nectre fireplace to chase away the winter chill.
East Jindabyne is a part of the world where you can slow down and relax, Dani said.
“There are certainly people who have had their properties here for 20 years or more, and have seen their kids grow up and go to school in the area,” she said.
“A lot of these properties come on because people are making significant lifestyle changes. There’s not a lot of quick investment or buying-then-selling that goes on in this area.”
38 Rushes Bay Avenue is only a 10-minute drive from Jindabyne town centre and 40 minutes from the snow resorts of Perisher and Thredbo, so it offers a balance of tranquillity and convenience.
“People come here looking for quiet, but there’s a real active lifestyle in the area,” Dani says. “There’s mountain biking and people can use the lake for boating or kayaking or walk their dogs alongside the lake.
“This property ticks a lot of lifestyle boxes for people.”
Next inspection for 38 Rushes Bay Avenue is on Saturday 12 August at 11:00 am. For more information call Henley Property Director Michael Henley on 0403 165 563 or Henley Property Sales Agent Dani Kell on 0425 873 587, and be sure to check out all the latest listings on Zango.