'Incredibly unique' find in the wider Snowy Mountains region

'Incredibly unique' find in the wider Snowy Mountains region

Located a short drive from Jindabyne, 7783 The Snowy River Way is a rural retreat with room to roam. But with so many playful features, you may never leave the house.

The grand feel of the property is evident as you enter through automatic gates to drive up a concrete driveway to the breathtaking three-level home.

Henley Property principal Michael Henley says the 103-acre property is an “incredibly unique” find in the wider Snowy Mountains region.


“The building’s character and style set it apart,” he says.

“I would put it down as being among the best homes – if not the best home – I’ve actually had the opportunity to ever put to market.”

The character of the home is more than skin deep – fun design features are scattered throughout.

“It has loads of features you don’t usually see. It’s got multiple living rooms and many little things that set it apart. There’s a fireman’s pole out of one of the kid’s bedrooms. It drops them in the middle of the kitchen in time for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

“Above the lounge room is a full trapeze net where the kids can hang out and watch TV.”


Michael says the “full-on, beautiful gourmet kitchen” means entertaining will be a (stylish) breeze with Caesarstone bench tops, timber kitchen island, glass panel cabinetry, and a butler’s pantry with its own sink and drawer dishwasher.

Michael says local touches are also present, such as the two-story feature fireplace made using stones from the property and a chandelier made with antlers found on the property.

“You’ve got views of the mountains and the house is situated with a northerly aspect so there is plenty of sun.”

Michael says the four-bedroom, four-bathroom home is also solar passive, meaning the sun’s energy is used to heat or cool the property.

It also boasts 25.4 kW solar panels, water tanks, a chicken coop, and a partially covered outdoor entertaining area with a built-in barbecue and bar fridge.

After you and your guests have feasted (and waited 20 minutes to digest), you can head to the in-ground spa or in-ground trampoline for some fun.


Floor-to-ceiling windows in the open-plan kitchen, living and dining area let in the sunlight (and heat the dark polished concrete floors) and overlook the surroundings, including several fully fenced paddocks.

“It would be well-suited to people who have horses or are thinking of getting horses.”

It is this family appeal that will likely draw the crowds, Michael says.

“It’s got all sorts of very cool things for kids and families that make it an incredibly warm and friendly family home,” he says.

The property comes with a 200 sqm three-bay shed, including a workshop area on the lower level and a semi-open barn.

Michael says there has been strong interest in the property.

“It is financially at the top end of our market, but people can see themselves living in it with their children,” he says.

“Most people walk in and are quite taken with what they see and the warm spirit of the home.”

7783 The Snowy River Way Jindabyne, NSW is for sale for $3,500,000.

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Article originally written and published by the RiotACT

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