The home on this 40 hectare property faces north with veranda’s front and back and has a whopping 110,000 litre water tank. All council approved there is really only some landscaping missing inside the secure yard to put your own stamp on it. The land is divided into two main paddocks with 2.5 dams. and is great for a range of recreational hobbies not least of all horses. Facilities for this include two stables that have power, lights and a concrete floor; a 15m round yard with sand floor and a 45m x 25m sand arena. There is a track right around the boundary as well as four cleared tracks through for the motorbike enthusiasts and many more riding trails as well. The house is steel framed, fully insulated with brick walls. It is an open plan four bedroom layout with the master being off to one end of the house with its own walk in robe and ensuite. The remaining three bedrooms, main bathroom and laundry are at the other end of the living. The home has wood heating, ceiling fans in each room and has been recently painted and new floor tiles to the main areas. Outside the shed will satisfy a range of hobbies / workshop etc It is 18m x 9m x 3.6m to the eave. It is built on a concrete slab and has power and lights. Pine Bank drive comes off Mayfield road about 15 minutes to Tarago and on the school bus route. If you have dreamed of that property in the bush with a pony for the kids we encourage you to come and look at this one.
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