Located just 20 minutes from Goulburn, this mostly cleared 107 acre property offers a great rural escape with sweeping views of the surrounding countryside. Situated in a great spot with the Wollondilly river running along one boundary, this is the ideal place to retreat to and relax with a fishing rod and/or barbeque. The owner informed us that he's caught good sized (50+ cm) trout from the river here, and if you keep your eyes open you might see a platypus too.
The property has been well established with an 8-year-old steel framed, brick four bedroom home with a shady front verandah. There are also provisions and potential to build a rear deck to take advantage of the picturesque backdrop. The four bedroom home has high ceilings, tiled floors, a country style kitchen, aluminium windows, and a colourbond roof. Good insulation, wood heating and ceiling fans provide year-round comfort.
There is plenty of space for vehicles and machinery, with a large machinery shed, a 15m x 8m shed, a 7m x 4m shed, and a double carport offering provisions for everything to be kept safe and under cover. There are a number of solar panels on the roof and a 6kw solar power setup, adding to self-sustainability and decreased electricity costs.
Featuring good fencing and native grasses, the land could certainly be pasture improved as seen with some of the surrounding green properties currently running stock and agriculture. It's possible to run 200-300 head of sheep here, and there is also a cool room for storing and preparing your own food.
Water isn't a problem here: there are dams, a creek, and the Wollondilly river on one boundary. There are also a number of rainwater tanks, pumps and pipes all adding to the water security of the property. On the other side of the river there is a historic flour mill (Circa 1800s) and an old convict-built wall, adding to the unique backdrop and history of the area.
Whether you want to focus on stock, agriculture, recreational activities like motorbike riding or horse riding, or just want somewhere to retreat to and get away from the hustle and bustle - This could be the one.
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