This spacious, five-bedroom, two-bathroom family home is set on approximately two acres of land on the Canberra side of Yass, just 3.6km’s off the Barton Highway. All of the bedrooms feature built-in robes; the master with a walk-in robe and ensuite with a large corner bath. This property is designed for lovers of entertaining – a wood fired pizza oven, enclosed rear deck, large kitchen with a dishwasher and a tennis court! Three-way family bathroom, along with a decent sized laundry with external access. Stay comfortable all year round with ducted gas heating, evaporative cooling and a cosy wood fire.
Additional attractive features include:
- Large, four-bay garage and mezzanine - Ample space & storage - Gorgeous rural views - Solar panels - Fully fenced - Pet friendly - 252,000L, filtered water tank - Easy commute to the Barton Highway and daily school bus service - More land MAY be negotiated on request
Please note, an outdoor pet may be considered only on application.
If you think this might be the property for you, please send through an email enquiry and I will be in touch regarding open times and inspections. Applications are available from our Yass office or can be downloaded from our Yass First National website.
Once your application has been accepted and approved, we will require the following:
- Bond = Four weeks rent
- Rent = Two weeks rent in advance
Available to rent as of mid-April 2021!
Heating Wood Fire
No open inspections scheduled.
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Contact Emily Witt to learn more about this property, request an inspection or take an online tour.
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