Charm, Individuality & an abundance of options are just a few of the 1st impressions when you discover and wander around this unique property, situated at the end of a quiet little lane in leafy Coes Creek. Situated in Rainbow Close which is a short cul de sac directly off Kerrs Lane. Land size is 4,314 sq metres.
The home is a well maintained and presented 2 storey timber pole home with kitchen, living, bathroom and 3 bedrooms upstairs with downstairs providing a separate 4th bedroom, generous living area and 2nd bathroom facilities. Downstairs has its own private Entry / Exit and with a few minor additions for catering could become a tasteful Granny flat facility. Downstairs has a lovely North facing back patio, level lawn and garden area.
The upstairs deck is also North facing, connecting straight from the lounge room, providing a picture perfect outlook of healthy established trees & a variety of greenery down to the running creek and beyond. a very relaxing private view to enjoy all year round.
The kitchen & bathroom have been recently refurbished - featuring granite benchtops and generous storage provision. The Cooktop is Induction making meal preparations quick & efficient.
Additional features within the home include 9' high ceilings, polished timber floorboards and 2 x Reverse cycle Air Cons. The property has town water and sewerage connections.
Outside presents so many choices for activities, leisure, hobbies and adventure – take your pick from: * A 9m x 6m powered Colourbond shed – so much space for hobbies, workshop, storage and / or games room – or park your favourite 3 vehicles in there. * Another separate potting or craft shed. * Pick your own fruit salad in the fruit orchard with Orange, lemon, apple, mango & Avo trees. * Potter in the back garden – a variety of healthy easy care plantings to enjoy. * Wander down to the creek and enjoy a picnic with the soothing sounds of the waterfall & birds in the forest. * Enjoy a snooze in the hammock in the shady downstairs verandah
Enjoy the that Rural lifestyle feeling of space and privacy - without all the hard work of acres of maintenance - it's approx half an acre to maintain here with the other half natural forest and creek.
There is something here for just about everyone to appreciate. The current caring owners of the past 9 years are on the move – providing a great opportunity to secure a fabulous 'feel good' property to call home.
Please contact Kirk Patrick of Century 12 'Living Local' Woombye to arrange your inspection.
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