9 Stockwhip Way, Lake Crackenback

Dual key Ski Chalet at Lake Crackenback – Price: $1.65m – $1.75m

  • Bedroom3
  • Bathroom3
  • Parking2
  • Lease Fee/Council Rates:$720 per quarter
  • Current Body Corp:$12,609 per quarter
Property Description

What an amazing location in Lake Crackenback Resort overlooking the mountain ranges and bushland, the only boundary neighbours to look over you are the deer, local kangaroos and the brumbies.

Positioned on the high side of a tranquil street, this contemporary Chalet offers all the modern luxuries that one looks for in a low maintenance holiday abode. Uniquely designed with a pitched roofed, corrugated iron and cladding, this dual key residence sits perfectly amongst the other modern-day homes within the Lake Crackenback Resort.

The main side of this dual property offers two spacious bedrooms both with private bathrooms and wardrobe space, first bedroom located on the ground floor, the second is in the loft with views over the living areas and snow-capped mountain tops, the second off the living room.

The living room is open plan offering views almost from every position.  The central kitchen features a sit-up island bench and is the focal point in the property for all your entertaining. There is a separate dining area and cosy lounge set around the central fireplace. It also has a separate walk-in laundry. The large-scale sliding doors off the living room open out onto the built-in entertaining area with hardwood table & chairs. A locked owners room is conveniently located near the laundry.

The adjoining Studio is also of great proportions – it’s more like a mini – one bedroom apartment, not a studio. It is also open plan with a combined kitchen and living room. The lounge is also set around its own built-in stone fireplace. It also enjoys views of the bush and mountains which are spectacular.

Both the Chalet and Studio have ample parking with lock up garages. The property offers the perfect get away, rent one side out and keep the other as your own private bolt hole in the Snowy Mountains.

For more information & to inspect – contact Michelle Stynes