Located in the Snowy Mountains village of East Jindabyne, this unique contemporary property will have you feeling right at home the minute you walk through the door.
Tucked away on a generous 1933 sqm block and surrounded by trees, 38 Kunama Drive in East Jindabyne provides a wonderful sense of relaxation, privacy and calm, but you’re only a few minutes away from all the schools, shops and amenities.
Architecturally inspired with solar-passive design, this light-filled property faces north and embraces the natural elements outside.
Spread across two floors, the four-bedroom, two-bathroom home features an open plan design, a wood fireplace, high ceilings, a wealth of space and much, much more.
The open plan design is put to work throughout the house and its influence can be seen just about everywhere, yet Henley Property real estate agent Nigel Rae notes how welcoming the home is.
“It’s a gorgeous home through and through. You’ve got this great wood fireplace as well as plenty of light coming in from outside, it helps to build a warm and cozy environment,” he said.
As soon as you walk through the front door, you’ll notice the wide open space and the amazingly tall ceiling.
On the main floor is the large combined living, dining and kitchen space and an office space. These spaces are where the home’s open plan design is most evident.
Three of the home’s four bedrooms are downstairs, two of which feature built-in wardrobes.
Moving upstairs is the spacious master bedroom, complete with its very own private balcony, ensuite and a walk-in robe.
Nigel says the home has been very popular among visitors.
“We’ve had a few groups through the house now and they all come out saying they love the feel of the home, as well as how private it feels,” he said.
Bi-fold doors open from the kitchen onto the home’s outer deck.
The expansive deck includes a built-in BBQ, pergola and a day bed, making this space the perfect place to escape to or entertain guests.
Outside you’ll also find a small fire pit, a sand pit, and a cubby house for the kids to have some play in the real world.
Original Article published by Aiden Rothnie on Riotact.