Bundaleer is an Aboriganal word meaning 'Amongst The Trees'. You will be captivated by the quiet beauty this location offers. Situated at the end of the road with national parks on two sides this wonderful property is the perfect sanctuary set on 40 acres with about 14 acres of partially cleared fenced land. Filled with character and charm this spacious home is delightfully different. Built by the current owners and over engineered to ensure both quality and a long lasting solid structure. Crafted over many years of hard work with approximately 4500 handmade mud bricks that have been reinforced in every second course. Fully insulated, soaring open beamed timber ceilings, feature lead light windows also made by the owners and large bedrooms that all open onto the wrap around verandah. There is a slow combustion wood fire that can be ducted to the master bedroom and a reverse cycle a/c is also in place. There are 36 x 110w solar panels, a 5000 gallon rainwater tank and a 20,000 gallon spring fed tank. Recycled grey water feeds the garden reticulation system and there is 1 dam with a water pump currently set up to fill the 2200 litre vegetable garden water tank. Enjoy amazing sights of the night skies from the purpose built Astronomy viewing deck with roll off roof. Downstairs is currently run as a popular bed and breakfast and there is also a separate 1 bedroom fully self contained granny flat ideal for visitors or an excellent opportunity to make additional income. Inspections available by appointment.
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