If you are seeking to escape the hustle and bustle and enjoy some peace and tranquility, then look no further...
The property adjoins the Mundoonen State Reserve with plentiful flora, fauna (including a koala colony), bird life and bush walking access. There is only one other neighbor
The masterpiece. A large north facing, thermo-dynamic mud brick home with big timber framed windows, raked timber ceilings, skylights and weatherboard second storey, Magnificent views of the Southern Tablelands! The large, modern country kitchen has slate floors and is open plan to the dining. Bosch electric oven, microwave, and gas cook top, dishwasher, double sink, island bench and large pantry. The lounge room has a new slow combustion wood heater (there is plenty of timber on the property), new carpets and looks north over the gardens and fish ponds. The large master bedroom is upstairs and has timber floors and stunning full length windows giving a northerly view over the valley. It is adjoined by a walk-in robe, ensuite and upstairs bedroom / study. The second storey has a large timber and steel veranda to enjoy private breakfasts. There are three bedrooms downstairs: one with walk-in robe and ensuite and two others, one with a built in robe. There is a family bathroom with shower, bath and a separate toilet. The home is set in established gardens including a pool and an outside dining area with shade sails. Mature irrigated gardens and lawns, fruit tree orchard and olive trees Dog and chicken enclosures, big vegetable garden, Satellite NBN
* The vineyard. Mount Marguleux comes with an established and equipped vineyard There are two acres planted down, all irrigated. Produces 6 tonnes of fruit per annum. The vineyard was established in 1998 and is planted out with Cabernet Sauvignon. This is an award-winning vineyard: The Rose was awarded gold and the Cab Sav bronze. It has also produced a stunning sparkling Rose.
* The farm. 71 hectares There are a total of seven dams on the property including a large 4 ML dam A great mix of timbered land and open grazing country which has run 250 DSE, producing quality 18-micron wool. Single stand shearing shed and sheep yards, large five bay machinery shed and mud brick wine cellar / studio Substantial water infrastructure: 6 x 5000 gal tanks, bore, diesel and electric pumps, centrally controlled irrigation system for vineyard and garden. All weather paved / gravel road The open grazing parts of the property are suitable for horses This property represents a great opportunity to buy yourself a lifestyle property with income potential, it is very private, has great views and will attract attention from the market. Contact the selling agent today for more information. Lot 31 DP832958 Upper Lachlan Shire Construction: Silicon coated mud brick (made on the property) on concrete slab with steel framed/ weatherboard second storey and zincalume roofing Built 1987, extended 1995 & 2008 650 metres above sea level Mail: Three times per week School bus past the front gate Location: 20 km mins Yass, 45 mins Canberra, 280 km Sydney, direct access to Hume Highway. *All efforts have been made to make sure this information is correct, however you should make your own enquiries and rely on them
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