This property says: Look at me! 65.6 acres: 15 mins from town.
The killer unobstructed views from Mount Tabor overlooking 65.6 acres of rich farmland, the Range, and the heavens, make this property an attractive offering needing to be seen to be believed.
The site is occupied by a 5-bed, 2-bath duel living homestead, consisting of a separate 3 bed 1 bath main section and a self-contained 2 bed 1 bath flat. Both sides have air conditioners, kitchens, laundry's, and large lounge and dining area including a combustion wood fireplace each, and open to a wraparound veranda with 180-degree panoramic views. The main home is approximately 30 years old, with the flat an addition 5 years ago.
The 4-car garage at the back of the home has power and allows for a workshop as well as space for cars. With other features such as 4 x 5,000-gallon water tanks, 500 bale hay shed and 5,000 Gallon tank, horse arena, 2 dams, and several other sheds, stables, and fenced paddocks. Until recently the property has been successfully used for cattle and horse grazing, but the rich black soil which is a feature of this area may provide some other agricultural pursuits.
Properties this size and proximity from town, jam packed with rural features, space and a family lifestyle are a rare find on the property market at the moment.
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