Unique Towamba property with the appeal of a 3br home and a separate self-contained four roomed cottage/studio, all fronting the beautiful Towamba River. Brand new 3-bay shed. All in great condition with 30 acres – about 8 cleared, so it’s easily managed; 100,000-litres in new water tanks, mains & solar power, huge raised-bed vegetable garden, all-weather drive, separate laundry/workshop, sheds and chicken coops. Both houses freshly painted and carpeted. Larger house extremely comfortable, with huge kitchen (gourmet gas stove and fuel stove) and living room, wood fires, spotless bathroom. Fenced paddocks suitable for sheep, calves, alpacas. Magnificent plantings of fruit and nut trees – huge chestnuts, citrus, stonefruit. Wallabies, wombats, bellbirds blue wrens and black cockatoos. Lots of possibilities! Retirement farmlet home with separate guest accommodation for visitors; house and rental income; holiday B&B lettings.
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