Federation residence with stunning views over Jerrawa Creek and pasture land, with poplar-lined drive. Well-appointed country farmhouse (circa 1906) with 3 spacious bedrooms, the master bedroom with a balcony; living room with open fireplace and adjacent covered verandah views; elegant dining room and sunroom with wood fire. Rustic country kitchen comes with Carmichael fuel stove and gas top. Verandahs face north, east and west. Work/equipment shed with solar panels (electricity power on adjacent properties) and two large rainwater tanks. Verdant creek frontage, dam and top quality fencing into two cattle paddocks. Abundant trees including natives, cypresses, willows and fruit trees. Native pasture clean of weeds. 12 minutes' drive to thriving town of Gunning; 3 mins to charming Dalton village and school and 50 mins to the A.C.T.
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