Located on a generous allotment of approx. 4044sqm and surrounded by established gardens, this four-bedroom, two-bathroom hardi-plank and iron roofed home is located in close proximity to the local Wooragee primary school, community hub and the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail extension.
The carpeted, king-size master bedroom features a walk-in-robe, ceiling fan, sliding doors to the undercover entertainment area and a tiled ensuite with a shower, toilet, and vanity. Of the additional bedrooms, one is king-size and the other double-size. Both are carpeted and include a ceiling fan and built-in-robes. The fourth carpeted bedroom is a large single or potential office space.
The kitchen features a gas cooktop and oven, double stainless-steel sink, good storage, walk-in-pantry, split-system air-conditioning, access to the rear gardens and an adjacent informal meals area. There is a separate tiled laundry adjacent to the kitchen which includes good storage and a second toilet.
The main bathroom is centrally located and features a shower / bath and vanity.
This home offers two living areas with a central walk-through. The carpeted lounge features a wood combustion heater and a ceiling fan. The interconnecting second living area / formal dining / rumpus room is carpeted and features a pot-belly wood combustion heater and sliding doors to a small undercover deck and sitting area.
Outside, this property features established private gardens, two approx. 22,500 Litre concrete water tanks and an approx. 1,800 Litre header tank. The original timber framed shed is on a concrete slab, has power supplied and measures approx. 6m x 9m. There is also an additional approx. 9.5m x 7m steel-framed shed on a concrete slab with two manual roller doors and a central sliding door to the gardens. A 2,100 Litre water tank is attached to this shed. A separate timber framed shed / chook run measures approx. 4m x 9.5m. This property also includes a water well to approx. 15 feet deep, plus there is an easement with access rights to the neighbouring dam via an underground pipe. A septic system is installed.
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