A once in a lifetime opportunity to own this beautiful home, sculpture garden & parkland nestled in heart of Laggan one of the remaining historic and original picturesque villages of the Southern Tablelands. This village is a haven and popular locale for those seeking a tree-change and looking for that particular quality of peace and tranquility that this property and country lifestyle offer Main Highlights: *Under 3 Hours to Sydney CBD and 90 Minutes to Canberra *Land area of 7165sq metres, Zoning Ru 5 Village *Double Brick 3 Bed Homestead plus Granny Flat, 3 bathrooms *Fully insulated, R/C air units throughout, S/C fire plus Gas *Formal Dinning, Formal Lounge, Timber Kitchen with meals area *Pizza oven retreat, Wide Verandahs, Vegetable Garden and Hen run *Under ground 4 room Workshops 9m x 4m, engineered Design and Construction *Star Gazing and sun deck located above the roof of the workshops *Extensive Landscaped reticulated Gardens with Major Sculptures included *Ample water Storage with fully equipped bore supplying Potable Water *Water tanks 1x approx 80,000 litres, 1x12000 and 1x5000 Litre *The garden has featured in the 2017 & 2018 Crookwell Garden Festival *Home Business potential or just relax and enjoy this wonderful Property!
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