Absorb the Sounds of the Bush set on 9281m2 approx.
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A hidden rural sanctuary with a striking home of unusual charm set in a private location of relaxation and serenity. You'll be fascinated by the timber features, cathedral ceilings, exposed beams, Castlemaine stone open fireplace, open plan living and outdoor entertaining areas. Boasting 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 3 living areas, this home awaits its new owners. The property highlights front verandahs and private courtyard for outdoor entertaining. A separate studio ideal for home office, teenagers or a visitors' accommodation. Character barn with mezzanine floor overlooks a large dam and adjoins the State Forest, ideal for day or evening walks which will reveal natures wonders. 55 minutes from Melbourne CBD, 35 minutes to Melbourne International Airport, makes no other property like it. Inspect and be overwhelmed by its natural beauty.
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