Immaculate family home set on 5 acres only moments from the township of Crookwell, enjoy the feel of a country setting with all the comforts of town.
3 well sized bedrooms, all have access to timber veranda via French doors. The master has large walk in robe and full sized luxurious ensuite with step in shower and deep spa bath.
Well-appointed kitchen with quality fixtures and appliances, walk in pantry, dishwasher, gas hob, electric wall oven, double sink and breakfast bar.
Lounge with decorative fire and mantle set the scene for chilly Crookwell nights and a reverse cycle unit takes care of the warmer weather ducted to the rest of the house. Deep bay windows frame the beautiful view towards the North/West.
Outdoor kitchen area with inbuilt gas BBQ, the perfect spot to overlook the surrounding 5 acres.
Large 14 x 7 colourbond shed with machinery sized roller doors as well as enclosed living/party area with private bathroom and shower facilities.
Securely fenced, perfect for stud stock, horses or small cropping venture. Seasonal dam, Purpose built stud shearing shed easily converted to stable.
This home oozes quality and the condition and upkeep are a credit to the current owners. Private inspection recommended without delay.
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