'Inverness' is one of those properties that rarely comes to market, with horse infrastructure second to none, excellent grazing and a truly wonderful home. Located 12.8 kms via sealed road from Braidwood. The 325 Ha (803 acres) property has excellent water from Durran Durra Creek and several dams. Set back from the road the homestead is accessed by a private road just over 1 kilometre off the Nerriga Road. The homestead offers 5 generous bedrooms, 3 bathrooms with 4 toilets and 3 living areas. This is an entertainers delight with a central courtyard for sheltered outdoor functions, a formal dining area and an elevated deck with views across the surrounding countryside. The mature gardens are a pleasure to stroll through and a product only time can produce with hedges , meandering pathways ,large shade trees and garden beds. There are several dams throughout the property and fencing is in excellent condition. Pastures have been improved to provide an impressive carrying capacity. The property is currently being used as a horse stud and cattle grazing, with large indoor arena and stables, yards and outdoor arena. Facilities that have taken years to perfect but easily adaptable for many uses. There are several other sheds for machinery, fodder , vehicles, even a gym room. Like its Scottish namesake Inverness is what dreams are made of with rolling pastures, gently undulating topography and crystal clear creek offering the serene sound of trickling water. Enquiries from principals only to the listing agent and inspections strictly by appointment.
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