If you have been dreaming of moving to a small hobby farm with fresh air and plenty of space, then look no further! This superb small farmlet is situated in beautiful Gladysdale on 4.8 acres (approx.) of useable land and would be ideal for horses, sheep, chooks etc. The brick veneer house was originally built by prominent local Ernest Lloyd whom the local recreation reserve is named after. It has some original features including sash windows, ornate cornices, high ceilings and a delightful front porch to have a cuppa on. Further features include four light and bright bedrooms, two living areas, a study and two bathrooms. The kitchen has plenty of cupboard space, a gas hot plate and electric wall oven. It overlooks the main lounge which has polished timber floors, a wood heater and split system. The house is surrounded by established gardens and there is a large under cover entertaining area. The property has multiple quality lock up sheds on the property including a large workshop with power and concrete floor. The paddocks have excellent pasture, are fully fenced and shelter is available in most of them. There are four stables and a tack and feed shed and plenty of space to install an arena. The property is surrounded by huge hedges creating a very private atmosphere with beautiful views to the nearby mountain ranges. There is a fire pit in the central paddock and an established orchard. It has a concreted basketball area for the kids to play on and even an original cricket pitch from when it was used by the early township of Gladysdale. The local tennis courts and community hall are across the road and the local primary school is close by. This property would be perfect for a family wanting their very own hobby farm and some space to run and play. If you think this may be your next home, contact us today for your private viewing.
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