This private and picturesque 2.5-acre estate is the perfect balance of country living without the maintenance of a large farm. Cedar Glen's boundaries are surrounded by rolling paddocks and has only one direct neighbour. The gardens are a horticulturalist's heaven with an incredible investment over the past 30 years in ornamental trees and plants to suit all seasons.
The house is solidly built and offers 4 good size bedrooms and large open plan living areas with high cedar lined ceilings. The property is slightly elevated offering a lovely easterly aspect and sun all day. Whilst peaceful and private the property is a convenient bike ride to Berry's town centre.
Features • In-ground pool • Close to town • Large open plan living area • Red cedar ceilings • Slow combustion fireplace • Nature spring dam • 2 bay work shed • NBN ready
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