Here is a property that offers an opportunity for the perfect rural lifestyle. Set over 64 acres of grazing area. Also with approx 385 metres of winding permanent Yandiguinula Creek frontage including deep pools with fish, a small natural spring-fed creek flowing into it & a dam. You're assured of plentiful grazing & access to water for animals, or simply to enjoy all year round.
Build your dream home while you take advantage of the established shed, built in 1980 & used as a weekender by the same family, their children, grandchildren & great grandchildren. Surrounded by 30+ year old pine & eucalyptus trees that offer shade, protection & privacy from adjoining properties owned by families & farmers with an array of farm animals. 2 other pine plantation areas provide shade for animals, & a wind break.
In the early years the property was used to run herds of cattle & keep horses for riding. There are 2 main paddocks perfect for grazing divided by sturdy fencing, one of which has the dam, plus a 3rd smaller paddock that contains the winding creek & natural spring. The first paddock has a lovely high vantage point with an unforgettable view across the whole valley, towards the mountains.
The shed is carpeted & offers an open kitchen/dining area with original ‘Canberra' stove, kitchen sink & tap connected to a large new rain water tank, separate lounge area & bedroom with fireplace, & a large adjoining lockable garage. Lighting & lamps can be run using a petrol generator (not included). A flushable toilet with septic system is available, as well as an additional outdoor toilet. A large hayshed sits to the side, & is perfect for storing feed, or other belongings. The property comes with most furniture & contents, as well as all building/farming materials stored at & around the property to use or sell as you wish.
Located only 30 minutes from Queanbeyan City or Bungendore, & only 45 minutes from Canberra, in a calm & picturesque surrounding, only a stone's throw from historic Hoskinstown, which was developed as a staging post along the route to the Araluen goldfields in the 1800s. Also close by is the mighty Talaganda State Forest, which boasts the historic Lowden Park Forest with an old loggers camp that has relics over 170 years old, including a waterwheel that was used to generate electricity – now enjoyed as a family picnic & camping spot.
153 Rossi Road is sure to inspire! Enjoy a beautiful weekender for your family & friends, or build your dream home, have farm animals, plant fruit trees & enjoy the peace, while still being close to major towns. The arable soils with native grasses & improved pastures, & plenty of water are a great combination for livestock, a truffle farm, or even an orchard. Let your imagination run wild.
Properties of this size with such good access to permanent water & grazing are seldom available in this area, so take advantage while you have the chance.
Large carpeted shed with opening living area
Separate lounge & bedroom area
Original ‘Canberra' wood fire stove
64 acres of grazing area
Beautiful winding creek through property
Natural spring fed creek that flows into the main creek
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