This charming post war home is situated on a flat 4.7 Acre (19,200sqm) block and has been fully overhauled and set up for horse lovers.
This amazing home was built in 1960 and boasts open plan living with high ceilings, beautiful polished timber floors throughout, Air Conditioning and Ceiling fan in the gorgeous living and dining area and newly renovated laundry.
All three (3) bedrooms are generously sized, the master bedroom also has its own ensuite and all the bedrooms have the same beautiful polished timber floors as the rest of the home.
The main bathroom is very large in size has a separate shower and bath and is located in central position to service the entire home.
The huge modern kitchen has an abundance of cupboard and bench space for all your cooking and meal prepping needs. It also has a great outlook over the rear of the property so can keep an eye on the kids playing, the horses in the paddock or just take in the majestic country views. The kitchen also has a door which leads you to the rear deck like balcony and leads you down to the brand-new concrete alfresco with 7.4x7.4 m skillion roof. This area is the ultimate entertainment space perfect for backyard get togethers.
The very large internal laundry has just been renovated with brand new cabinetry and bench tops. The laundry can home the biggest washer and dryer your family needs and there is still plenty of space for linen and other storage. With a bit of work you could even turn a section of the laundry into a butlers style pantry.
This feature packed home has not only one but two shed. There is a 6 x 7.5m Colourbond shed which has single and three phase power and has a 6.5Kw Solar System on the roof. The other is an open front 12 x 6m which could easily be converted into 2 stables plus a tack room or storage room for feed, it also has a wash bay for horse just out the front. There are 2 large water tanks which are on town water trickle feed, New Bio-cycle Septic system, Fully Screened, pool fenced house yard so children and pets can play without the worry of them wondering off, security cameras and led lighting outside.
There are 4 cattle rail fenced yards with built-in feeders, 4 stables 2 of which are enclosed and powered with timed LED lighting and 2 open stables. There is a full-sized horse arena 60 x 30m as well as a round yard with a 60m circumference. The block itself is fully fenced and produces a good amount of grass for horses or whatever stock you may want to keep. There is also a great sized dam which has been dug deeper within the last 6 months and is completely full!
The property is within walking distance to the Lockrose State School and a short drive to the Faith Lutheran College and Gatton University. Its only a 10-minute drive to the Woolworths Shopping Village Plainland, Porters Plainland Hotel, The Plainland Travel Centre, Schultes Meat Tavern, Bunnings and Aldi are still under construction but not too far away from being finished and the Warrego Highway. It is a very central location for convenient access to Ipswich or Toowoomba cities and approximately 40 minutes to either.
If you have always wanted a large, beautifully presented and feature packed family home that is located on a totally picturesque horse friendly 4.7-acre block then you must inspect this spectacular family home before it is gone!
Most importantly, this feature packed family home on 4.7 picturesque acres of land has been priced to sell quickly at offers over $419,000.
Call Corey Athanates for an inspection today!
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Features include: Air conditioning,Balcony / Deck,Broadband internet access,Dishwasher,Fully fenced,Greywater system,Secure Parking,Shed,Solar panels,Heating,Rainwater storage tank,Ensuite
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