Premier 16Ha (40 acres) grazing block in the gorgeous Burra Valley with two road access. Adjoining 40 acres available
Williamsdale Road provides the primary access driveway, across the spring fed creek and into the established Oak trees that line this driveway that wends its way into the secluded and very private gardens surrounding this lovey country home.
For those seeking a large secluded homestead, ideal for horses and cattle etc., you will be hard pressed to find such a comparable grazing property with the extensive established infrastructure this property has to offer.
There is also an option to purchase an additional adjoining 16Ha (40Acres) with subdivision potential!!
Double glazing and excellent insulation is a definite feature along with a generous entry foyer, five bedrooms, main with ensuite, multiple living areas, modern kitchen, main bathroom, separate WC, 2 studies, store room, large laundry/mud room, enclosed rear courtyard and three fireplaces. Externally, three sheds, workshop, concrete water tanks, good bore, chicken coop, stock yards with loading ramp, cattle crush, multiple paddocks, permanent creek running through the property and a large Hazelnut orchard plus a variety of established fruit trees. This property offers an established rural lifestyle where the majority of work has been done and is awaiting future owners who can further develop this gorgeous property. So, if you are looking for that perfect country escape where you and your family can enjoy a superb country lifestyle within this vibrant community, yet remain within an easy commute to Canberra or surrounds this may be just the place you need.
• Five bedroom brick veneer home • Modern architect-designed kitchen that includes a large skylight and exposed Jarrah trusses, electric oven and gas cooktop, warming drawer, dishwasher and good storage • Slow-combustion wood stove in family room, open wood fire in lounge room, slow-combustion wood stove in rumpus room • Three verandahs, large semi-enclosed covered BBQ area for summer and winter entertaining • Large enclosed courtyard with pergolas and clothes-line • Windows are double-glazed, wall cavities and ceiling are insulated • Ducted gas heating throughout and reverse-cycle air-conditioning to important rooms • Solar electric panels on top shed roof have large battery storage to complement mains grid power • Colorbond roof is fitted directly over insulating blankets • Concrete water tanks that collect 8,000 gallons from house roof and 12,000 gallons from top shed; extra concrete tank for fire-fighting • Bore water, with pressure-sensed electric pump, feeds approximately twelve distributed garden taps and six stock water troughs (some with float valves), and original irrigation of hazelnut and other trees. Large tank on hill topped up from bore as safety backup • All weather access to Finlay Place for large trucks, including for gas delivery • Carport for three cars, four sheds: tractor and caravan shed, large workshop shed with power, store room, smaller shed with car maintenance pit, large hay shed, tool shed and chook run
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