Stately and secluded Jindabyne home for sale 35 minutes from the ski fields

Glynis Quinlan 14 June 2019

The secluded home sits on five acres of manicured gardens. All photos supplied by Henley Property Sales.

A stately two-storey home with a marble entrance foyer and glass atrium is for sale near Jindabyne and only 35 minutes’ drive from some of Australia’s premier ski resorts.

The spacious double-brick home at 12 Carruthers Road sits on 2.05 hectares (5 acres) of manicured gardens in the High Country Estate just outside of Jindabyne and comes with a self-contained two-bedroom flat.

The four-bedroom two-bathroom main residence includes a large enclosed entertainment area with a granite floor, multiple living spaces, rosewood flooring in the formal dining-lounge area, and slow combustion wood fireplaces in the lounge and family rooms.

Listing agent Nigel Rae from Henley Property Sales said the home has been built very well.

“It is all double-brick and the second floor is a suspended slab,” Mr Henley said.

“It’s got beautiful marble tiles in the entrance and the kitchen has a marble benchtop. The home has large proportions, multiple living zones and an atrium.”

Mr Rae said the home offers the benefits of a secluded location while being so close to the snowfields.

“It is a stunning family home – one of the finest properties in the Snowy Mountains,” Mr Rae said.

“It is very private on five acres and has all manicured gardens. They’ve got exotic pine trees, fruit trees and landscaped gardens.”

Mr Rae said the two-bedroom flat has a separate entrance and separate garage but can also be accessed internally.

The property is on the market for $1.9 million. For more information or to arrange an inspection please contact Mr Rae on 0412 424 970 or contact Michael Henley on 0403 165 563 or click here.

Below is a video of the property supplied by Henley Property Sales.


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