‘Kotosa’ is a 73 hectare lifestyle property situated on the Yass River with riparian water rights.
The spacious 4 bedroom contemporary home is nestled in a fabulous shady garden (cool in summer and warm in winter) overlooking approximately 100 olive trees and extending to the river.
Tucked away approximately 4.8 K’s of council maintained all weather unsealed road ( just off Greenwood Road, Murrumbateman ) this property is in a quiet and tranquil setting, featuring an abundance of native fauna and bush you will have your very own private escape or wildlife sanctuary here.
Located on the ACT side of the Yass River and approx 18 mins to Yass and Murrumbateman and approx 45 km to the Belconnen Town Centre.
The home itself has high cathedral type ceilings and large double glazed windows that let the surrounding gardens almost come into the house.
Constructed of hebel block the house maintains an even temperature throughout the year with the double glazed windows and a slow combustion wood heater (heated efficiently by a central full brick fireplace. Hot water is heated via two separately metered off-peak electric heaters.
There are 4 very spacious bedrooms, the master bedroom has a walk-in robe. The open plan family living, dining and kitchen run the length of the house, there are 2 bathrooms and a fully functioning sauna, mudroom and laundry area.
With an ideal north facing solar passive aspect there are lovely grassed areas and deciduous trees running the length of house and pergola.
Two large fenced vegetable gardens, a small industrial strength glasshouse and raised cubby house are a bonus.
Roof top impact sprinkler system with 2 x 40m firehouses connected to 30,000 ltr tank and a standalone petrol firefighter pump are fitted to the house.
A 9 x 6 x 2.4m concrete floored double doored shed/workshop with power - attached to carport
Water is in abundance as the property has 800mt direct frontage to the Yass River. Water for gardens and stock is delivered via a gravity fed system (sourced at the river) with extensive water outlets (25+) equal to town pressure. House rainwater tank (50,000 lt approx)
The rear portion and house site includes the river flats currently sown to approx. 100 mixed olive trees
Other inclusions are: large chicken runs, tack shed and older horse yards, purpose built large free flight bird aviary (easily converted to any other purpose) and another useful equipment/stock shed.
The 73 hectares could broadly be described 60% bush* and 40% cleared, divided into half a dozen fenced paddocks, one of which includes a large colourbond shed and 1.5 mega-litre dam
*Bush sections (essentially ungrazed) are habitat to an array of wildlife - swamp wallabies, abundant migratory and permanent birdlife, reptiles and amphibians, echidnas, wombats etc. Families of soaring wedge tailed eagles are regular visitors
Boundary and internal fencing are all in good order
Lot 3 DP 715 421 Block 73 hectares Built: 1980's Construction: Hebel, double glazed windows
*All efforts have been made to make sure this information is correct, however you should also make your own enquiries rather than just relying on this information.
Sorry, overlays are not available for this address
Need more info? We've got you covered.
A block's planning zone defines how that land can be used and what can be built on it.
A right to use a part of land owned by another person for a specific purpose. The most common forms of easements are for services, such as water, electricity or sewerage.
The value of a block of land without any buildings, landscaping, paths, or fences. This is different to the block's market value. A block's unimproved value is used to calculate rates and land tax charges.
This represents the shape of the geographical land. Closely spaced contour lines represent a steep slope. Widely spaced lines represent a gentle slope.