Set on a 2330m2 allotment this unique home offers warmth and character with the use of lots of timber, stone, exposed brick and high ceilings. Situated in the picturesque town of Macclesfield opposite the community park lands you are always guaranteed an amazing view and it is just down the road from Longview Winery.
Three good sized bedrooms the master with large walk in robe. Large combined kitchen / family / meals area with combustion heating. The open plan kitchen is light and spacious and offers ample bench and cupboard space plus dishwasher and has direct access to outdoor entertaining area. Fully lined separate studio with own bathroom and kitchenette which would be ideal for a granny flat, teenage retreat, guest room or home office. Studio contains brand new air conditioner and hot water service. Loft storage above the spacious laundry. Outdoor undercover entertaining area. Double garage with roller door and storeroom.
5kw solar system ensures low power costs. Self sufficient water via 30,000 gallon rainwater tank. NBN connected. Several small garden sheds. Fantastic grassed areas and rustic gardens for kids to play.
Macclesfield is a 20-minute drive from the heart of the Hills Mt Barker and boasts a thriving township with school, sporting and entertainment facilities in place and close to hand. Away from the hustle and bustle, Macclesfield is country living but is an easy commute to Adelaide CBD
Features include: Air conditioning, Floorboards, Rainwater storage tank, Solar panels, Close to Schools, Close to Shops, Close to Transport, Fireplace(s), Garden
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