Welcome to 16 Twynam Street in the Historic township of Binalong. Located an easy 45-minute drive from Gold Creek on the Barton Highway, Binalong offers so many advantages in return for the quick and easy commute. Enjoy all the benefits of country life in a town rich in Australian history and one that lays claims to such names as the infamous ranger Johnny Gilbert and the world-famous Banjo Patterson.
Set on no less than 6 already separate titled blocks that offers a total land space of 7512m²!!! This allows for the new owners to either explore the opportunity for subdivision or simply enjoy the almost 2-acre block as a small hobby farm, ample room for the horse enthusiast.
Set high on the hill and perfectly north facing, this huge family home is drenched in warm winter sun all day long and has views as far as the eye can see across to Bobara Hill. Both the formal and informal living areas take in the stunning views as does the covered outdoor entertaining area.
The spacious home offers its new owners a large split-level formal lounge and dining room with floor to ceiling windows. The expansive family room offers ample room for a lounge as well as a casual dining table. The huge Tasmanian oak kitchen offers ample bench and cupboard space and electric appliances.
The current configuration of the home provides three bedrooms however a simple wall addition would see it as a 4-bedroom home. Each spacious bedroom is carpeted with built in wardrobes. The master bedroom again takes advantage of the stunning views and north aspect and has a king sized ensuite with spa bath.
No matter what the climate, heating and cooling is taken care of with your choice of split system air conditioning, slow combustion fireplace and a ducted evaporative cooler. For storage, a double attached garage has undercover access to the home and in addition a single garage sized metal shed accommodates all your outdoor gear!
Another bonus is the solar panels to significantly reduce or even void your power bills. The choice of tank or town water is yours with the benefit of a 50,000 lt (APPROX) water tank.
Don't miss this incredible opportunity to change your life and live in a most magical town.
Call Jeremy now to discuss further or simply attend the open home.
- Elevated position - 6 separate titled blocks - Just under 2 acres total - Prime country location - Large 3 bedroom home - Two spacious living areas - Huge Tassie oak kitchen - Solar power/panels - Amazing views to Bobara Hill - Perfect north aspect - Slow combustion fire - Ducted evaporative cooling - Split system air conditioning - 6x3m shed - Double attached brick garage - Powder room - King sized ensuite with spa - House: 205m² - Garage: 30m² - Shed: 24m² - Pergola: 33m² - Verandah: 31m² - Rates: $1,694 p.a *All figures are approximate
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