Country home set on a huge 2160m2 block and surrounded by stunning landscaped cottage gardens!
You'll enjoy many special moments on the verandah of this home, overlooking the picturesque cottage gardens that the previous owners established over the years. Beautiful blossoming Manchurian pear trees, conifers, hedged garden beds and pebbled paths, it truly is a delight! Set on a huge block of 2160m2, this lovely home is bright, airy and blends the country feel with modern tones of grey and cream throughout.
The lounge boasts a good sized slow combustion heater with stone hearth as well as a reverse cycle split air conditioner. The open plan, spacious, white kitchen features a dishwasher plus a stainless steel under bench oven and range hood. The kitchen opens onto the dining area that leads out onto the back verandah.
There are three bedrooms in total, all with built-in wardrobes. The bathroom has been updated and has a bath, separate shower and toilet.
Car accommodation is taken care of with a double carport shed and an enclosed garage. There is also plenty of infrastructure on this property with chook runs, shed, grey water septic system and 2 galvanised water tanks.
A little bit of history with this property as it apparently used to be the old blacksmiths property and it is located next to the local historical church.
You'll love the country life that historical Collector has to offer and more importantly you will love the close knit community that the village offers. Collector village is off the main Federal Highway and only a 45-minute drive (approx. 57km) to Canberra, making it a very easy commute. There are lots of local features in Collector, with the local school, SOME cafe, church and of course the famous BUSHRANGER pub where many historical tales can be told!
Main Features Include:
2160m2 block (approx.) 2 x Galvanised water tanks 3 Bedroom home All rooms have builtins Modernised bathroom Lounge Dining Slow combustion heater Reverse cycle split air conditioner Open plan kitchen Dishwasher Stainless steel under bench oven Stainless steel rangehood Electric hotplates Carpets in living room and bedrooms Heavy duty vinyl flooring in kitchen and dining room Verandah with concrete flooring 2 galvanised water tanks Grey water Septic system Large hot water system Double carport/shed Single garage Chicken/dog runs Landscaped gardens Covered verandah with concrete floor Bore
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