Looking for a rural escape that is private, homey and relaxing? Want a stunning outlook across the tree tops? Would you like space around you in a very sought after location that includes close-by access to Wallagoot Lake? Look no further, this three bedroom mud brick and timber home set on 5 acres of paradise provides it all.
The upper level boasts incredible raked timber ceilings with two spacious living areas. Sit and relax in front of the wood heater in the winter months in the cozy family room or entertain guests in the summer in the large living/dining space that sprawls out on to a fabulous covered entertaining deck! The large kitchen has a walk in pantry, dishwasher and gas cooktop. Downstairs offers 3 super sized bedrooms all generously robed, each with a gorgeous garden outlook! The bathroom and laundry areas are also impressive in size! Sit in your spa bath and relax with the bushy surrounds on view out the window!
The Land is 5 acres of predominantly native bush with the immediate surrounds of the home beautifully landscaped, cleared and fenced. A large mud brick garage has a mezzanine level for storage and carport spaces are also provided. Located roughly half way between Bega and Merimbula, with Tathra and all of the Bournda beaches very close, it's the ideal bush hideaway.
Additional features: 120,000 litres (approx) of water tank storage - option for town water to be connected, RC airconditioning, mains power, Bio Septic, enclosed vegetable garden and chook pen.
For more information or your private viewing call Chrisi today!
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