If you're seeking a peaceful tree-change with room to roam within scenic country surrounds, this property will appeal to many, with opportunities proving an enviable and peaceful rural lifestyle. This character home has all the charm of yesteryear, but with the modern touches, you want.
Not surprisingly, the home is expertly aligned to capture the morning sun and the natural light it throws inside. Step outside to discover a good-size terrace area that has an undercover portion, framed with windows providing a fabulous setting for entertaining, relaxing and admiring the rolling hills and paddocks - what a spot to start the day with a morning coffee or wind down at day's end with a glass of wine.
The property itself is five acres (approx.) of rolling lawns and forested land, with a dam and swimming pool. And if you have a dog or two? Don't worry, the fencing around this place is so good you can let them run free without worrying about them escaping. There's room for all of your stuff in the powered shed which could double as the perfect man cave with toilet facilities and a secure area to keep your prized motor bike!
* Open plan kitchen/living/dining
* Newly updated stainless steel kitchen appliances
* Sunken lounge
* Wood heater with ducted underfloor heating to downstairs bedrooms
* Cathedral ceilings
* Master with ensuite and parent retreat on mezzanine level
* Large main bathroom with freestanding bath, separate toilet
* Capacity for all types of pets, perhaps horses or alpacas
* Dog proof fencing around the house perimeter
* Solar panels with 6.9KW capacity
* Outdoor shedding and room for the toys
Additional highlights include a large carport, room for your caravan/boat and a separate garage/workshop that comfortably accommodates an additional vehicle.
As a permanent home, weekender, or investment, this desirable combination of character, space and location will be hard to resist.
Call Daniel on 0417 824 769 for a private viewing.
Due Diligence Checklist
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Disclaimer: All information contained herein is gathered from sources we believe to be reliable. However, we cannot guarantee its accuracy, and interested persons should rely on their own enquiries.
*Please note that the image indicating the boundary lines is an estimate only. The actual boundary lines for this property are provided in the Section 32 / Vendor Statement.