Mountains Lifestyle Property - First time offered in 35 years.
This expansive and unique mountain residence is everything you could want in a tree change sanctuary and only around an hour's drive from Sydney. The main residence rests above the property's 3.77ha parcel of bushland, with unending views back to Sydney, adjacent to the famous Oaks Fire Trail, that attracts walkers and cyclists from all around. Close to Woodford train station, Hazelbrook shopping centre, medical centre and a variety of local schools. The original stone cottage was built in 1949 and comprises 2 bedrooms, bathroom, living/dining plus kitchen converted to an office or third bedroom. The extension designed by architect Neilsen Warren was completed in 1997 and was handcrafted on site, using Canadian Redwood, Cypress and Kauri and Hoop Pine . This detailed and skilled construction was clearly a labour of love. Upstairs is the master bedroom, ensuite and walk in robe. The room flows onto a private deck with breathtaking views back to Sydney and the city lights. Skylights allow for stargazing and during the day, bathe the room with wonderful natural light. The living spaces are North facing making the most of the sun with the West facing to the street to create privacy. On site is also a detached library, perfect for extra guests or possible short term let. Down a mostly sealed road is an enormous shed. It includes a bathroom, kitchenette and work room. The shed also includes a workshop, is fitted with roller doors and would comfortably fit around 9 vehicles. The vegetable garden follows the Esther Dean gardening method, and supplies the household pantry. The 49,000L tank feeds back to the garden via pump. Insulated under floor, walls and roof/Large Shed/Workshop/Detached library/office/studio/Water tank with pump house and generator.(Both electric and petrol plus firehose connection)/Roof sprinklers on house (both parts) and shed/Vegetable/citrus garden
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