Located along Packers Swamp road, approx 60km from Cooma and under an hour to the Coast is this magnificent property a true one of a kind and needs to be seen to be believed. Positioned on 904 acres of pristine native Australian bushland and rain forest type country, ranging from 1100 m down to 950 m along the creeks and lower lying areas.
There are some small areas of open land where the current owner has run a handful of livestock, but in the main this property offers some magnificent hunting opportunities or just pure peace and tranquility in your own totally private piece of native Australia.
FEATURES INCLUDE: * Substantial mountains style homestead featuring large main living with high timber lined ceilings and walls * Stone feature wall with cozy wood heating * Large kitchen with great views - separate dining * 4 very large bedrooms - main with ensuite * Large family bathroom + internal laundry * Separate to the main home is a self contained cottage * Stone work shop and carport - large orchard * Fully self sufficient, all the dwellings run of a more than sufficient solar system * New fencing around homestead and orchard area
This is a truly magnificent Crown Lease (ongoing) property surrounded by state forest that is a one of a kind and offers a rare combination of quality improvements in an absolute pristine environment and for those who love hunting, it doesn't get any better!
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