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"Cranage Park" 9 Ryslipp Drive, Murrumbateman NSW 2582

Block size: 20.6 Hectares approx.House size: 188 m² approx.
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A Well Connected Country Haven

Nestled amidst the beauty of the Murrumbateman cool climate wine region, "Cranage Park" at 9 Ryslipp Drive offers an extraordinary lifestyle on a sprawling 20.6 hectares (50.9 acres). Situated just 22 minutes from the ACT border and a mere 7 minutes from the welcoming village of Murrumbateman, this haven is a leisurely 3-hour drive from Sydney. Perfectly positioned on the secluded Canberra side of Murrumbateman, it combines rural tranquillity with urban accessibility.

This property is a true gem, surrounded by a vibrant community that offers it all, from local shops, delightful takeaways, and a welcoming bistro to the iconic Murrumbateman Field Days and bustling local markets. Equestrian enthusiasts can indulge in the camaraderie of the local recreation grounds, where horses are exercised and bonds are formed.

"Cranage Park" is a dream come true for horse lovers, featuring 12 horse shelters, a solar bore with 4 pumps, irrigated gardens, exceptional water security with 4 dams, a round yard, and extensive shedding, including a 3-bay shed.

The residence itself is a haven of comfort and style. Its freshly painted interior welcomes you, and you'll find a family room, reverse cycle heating, and a rumpus room for all your family's needs. The wrap-around verandah graces the home, while a large undercover enclosed sunroom with an alfresco area and outdoor fireplace provides the perfect space for entertainment. The secluded gardens are adorned with 40-year-old palm trees, lovingly grown from seeds, adding to the property's charm.

A grand entrance driveway with an electric gate and tree-lined driveway sets the stage for your arrival. The property currently houses sheep, goats, and horses, allowing you the flexibility to keep the stock of your choice.

The owners are selling with a touch of nostalgia as they embark on their retirement journey. "Cranage Park" offers an exceptional opportunity to make this piece of paradise your own. It's where you can savour the perfect blend of country living and city accessibility, promising a truly exceptional lifestyle for you and your family.


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20.6 Hectares*
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Ray White Rural Canberra | Yass

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Margaret Hendry SchoolPrimary School
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Listing ID: 182046383. This listing has been viewed 1966 times. It was first displayed on 31/10/2023 and last updated on 22/02/2024.
Allhomes acknowledges the Ngunnawal people, traditional custodians of the lands where Allhomes is situated. We wish to acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of Canberra and the region. We also acknowledge all other First Nations Peoples on whose lands we work.
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