Sitting atop one of the highest points in Wodonga — and boasting an infinity pool to lap up the view from — this sprawling home is a slice of regional heaven.
Set on 1.2ha of land, the grand residence features five bedrooms, each with their own ensuite, as well as three separate living areas across two storeys at 6 Caernarvon Court.
First National Bonnici & Associates agent Lexley Sewell said the property, which has just been listed for $2m-$2.2m, was “really quite beautiful” to look at, and from.
“It’s one of the highest building points in Wodonga, so your views are just stunning everywhere,” she said.
“But it’s quiet because it backs onto a reserve.
“Someone is going to love, love, love it.”
On the upper level, a large kitchen, living and dining area opens out to a paved patio. Four bedrooms and bathrooms complete the floor.
Downstairs, a self-contained residence, with its own kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and large lounge space, doubles as a cinema or pool room with access to the garage and wine cellar.
But the property’s main attraction is an impressive heated outdoor infinity pool, which has vistas of both Wodonga and neighbouring Albury, in New South Wales.
“The pool is absolutely stunning, it has two infinity edges,” Ms Sewell said.
“You also have a very large indoor spa in a glass conservatory … (and) there’s a veranda all around the front and side.”
Ms Sewell said the property’s native garden was “low maintenance” and perfect for both children and animals to enjoy.
She added the home had “country farm appeal, but with all the mod-cons and the class and character one would expect at that (price) point”.
The vendors were downsizing in the area, having lived at the property for a handful of years, she said.
First National Bonnici & Associates is marketing the home, in conjunction with Stean Nicholls Albury’s Jack Stean, as “elegance personified” for those seeking space and style.
It’s about a three-hour drive from Melbourne and less than 10 minutes from Wodonga’s city centre.
It also has a chicken run, paddocks, shedding, a three-car garage and the potential to be subdivided.
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