Lakefront Nagambie house listed for $1.3 million

Lakefront Nagambie house listed for $1.3 million
Lakefront Nagambie house listed for $1.3 million

A Nagambie home designed by architect Gary Windgate is on the market for $1.3 million.

The property fronts Lake Nagambie and is believed to have been the first new home to be built on one of the choicest allotments of the Elloura residential estate development.

The property, at 16 Lakeside Drive Nagambie is only 124 kms from the City with dual lane freeway access all the way via the Hume and Goulburn Valley Highways.

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Ruralco Property selling agent Brendan Woodley says it has probably the longest view exposure across Lake Nagambie.

The double storey home directly fronts the Lake’s edge with a frontage of 23 metres.

It offers a seven-star rating for efficiency through key features of triple insulation and double glazed glassed areas.

A feature is a slate splashback to the benchtops which the owner specially imported from Brazil.

Ceiling heights throughout the home are at 2.8 metres creating spacious living areas with full height windows to access the water views.

The complete building area is serviced by automatic heating and cooling with an additional gas log fireplace in the downstairs living area.

Brendan Woodley from Ruralco Property said he considers it unlikely that a higher quality waterfront home with unrestricted water views and barely 90 minutes north of the City fringe could be located anywhere else in Victoria.

“By any measure this is a prestige quality home in a magnificent location that makes a design statement and presents a quality of life that is unrivalled," he said.

“At the vendor’s asking price of $1.3 million for 16 Lakeside Drive Nagambie this property will be ideal for retirees seeking a top of the range living address, or for business people seeking an easy retreat from the City”

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