Wonderful five bedroom country home with fabulous views nestled on 90 acres of undulating land!
In a great location between Queanbeyan and Bungendore, this property is ideal for anyone commuting to Defence Headquarters and is just as great for public servants travelling to Barton or Parliament House. The property is only 25 minutes from Queanbeyan and 40 minutes from Canberra CBD.
With no immediate neighbours in front of you, you'll love the privacy that the 31.7 hectares (approx 90 acres) of undulating property with dams and scattered mature gum trees and pine plantations. The property also has apple and walnut trees that bear fruit. The land is mostly cleared and is ideal for anyone with horses or stock.
Towards the top of the property, this wonderful country home is set in easy to maintain pebbled gardens and boasts fantastic views. It has a natural warmth, with the full sized timber windows/doors soaking up the morning sun with the heat then retained by the earthy slate floor tiles in each room.
The living rooms are generously proportioned and the formal/informal areas are separated by timber concertina doors. A spacious open plan kitchen has a large walk in pantry and an old fashioned wood fired stove to help keep the house nice and toasty. There's also a free standing electric oven and dishwasher. A large sheltered, paved, solid brick pier, pergola is ideal for family bbq's.
In total, there are five generously sized bedrooms and the master bedroom and two other bedrooms have access to the gardens through the timber sliding doors and features a walk in robe and ensuite.
The main bathroom is a good size and has a full sized bath plus a small soaking tub in the shower area. There's also an oversized laundry that includes a huge built in cupboard.
You won't need to worry about water with three large tanks with a total capacity of 25 gallons (approx) at the top of the block, gravity feeding back to the house.
Car accommodation and storage wise, you'll find a double metal garage next to the house and a farm shed. In addition, there is an enormous storage room with a concrete floor and electricity under the house with both internal and external access. The area is well ventilated to help keep anything stored nice and dry.
Main Features Include:
-5 bedrooms -Ensuite -Walk in robe -Large bathroom with bath -Separate toilet -Timber windows and doors -Formal/informal living -Lounge -Dining -Family room -Slate flooring -Good sized laundry with builtins -Extremely private -Brick/paved covered Pergola -Freestanding oven -Old wood stove -Large walk in pantry -Large storage area with concrete floor, electricity and ventilation -31.7 hectares (approx 91 acres) -Undulating grazing country -Mature gum trees -Dam -Fantastic views -Large double garage -Farm shed with roller door -3 water tanks
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