A beautiful representation of a classic Australian homestead on a lush and gently sloping 20* hectares (50* acres). This warm, spacious and light filled family home is set within a magnificent country garden with elegant landscaped grounds and tree lined driveway.
Dozens of established ornamental and deciduous trees surround the home, a lovely paved terrace provides a tranquil outdoor entertaining area overlooking the in-ground pool. As your wander down the steps, around the pond and through the garden you will find yourself at the original shearers' huts, where family, friend and guests can stay.
The immense kitchen is a classic layout with stone benchtops, electric cooktop, under bench oven, dishwasher, double sink, excellent storage and pantry cupboards. A significant sky light provides beautiful light throughout the kitchen and the view out the windows takes in the garden, pool and entertaining patio. The family living room features beautiful hardwood timber floors, walk-in storage room and slow combustion fireplace. Adjoining the living room is a wonderful expansive lounge, games and dining room with feature brick walls, views out every window, large open wood fire, racked timber ceilings and reverse cycle air conditioning.
This stylish homestead offers four bedrooms, master suite with recently renovated ensuite and walk-in robe. The additional bedrooms all have built-in wardrobes and views out over the garden and lawns. A separate study with built-in storage completes the home.
The main bathroom offers a bath, shower and vanity, walk-in linen cupboard and a combined mudroom and laundry.
Secure water is a real feature with an excellent bore, tanks and one dam. Gently sloping grazing pasture well fenced into three productive paddocks, suitable for a few sheep, cattle or horses.
Delayed settlement is being offered, pending the completion of a subdivision and granting of title.
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