From beautiful old stone ruins of a once established homestead circa 1850’s an exquisite home has emerged…… Architect designed to an exact standard showcasing the finest finishes throughout, this expansive family masterpiece captures spectacular escarpment and sparkling water views from its exclusive river front position. The vast layout boasts numerous entertaining spaces, banks of glass, natural light, stone walls and soaring ceilings: while a selection of outdoor living spaces encompasses granite flagstones and panoramic scenery. The home’s many other outstanding features include a gourmet stone kitchen, contemporary bathrooms, comforting fireplace, guest accommodation and luxurious master suite. It occupies 10.54ha of improved pastures, direct river frontage, a short drive from Yass, 3 km from the Barton Highway and 40 minutes from Canberra.
Features Kenilworth Homestead circa 1850’s • Original homestead circa 1850’s • Absolute Yass River frontage • Award winning architectural designed home 2018 • Solar passive design • Polished concrete floors • Granite stone walls • Gourmet stone kitchen, Bosch appliances, 2 dishwashes, soft close drawers • Zip tap, sparkling & chilled water • Rosewood double glazed windows and doors (evolution windows) • Remote control blinds, recessed into ceiling • Reverse cycle air conditioning • Wood fire • Single phase power • Fully insulated ceiling & wall cavities • Geo thermal hydronic heating & cooling to all floor areas • Geo thermal hydronic hot water • 10.54ha Pasture improved land, fully fenced • Fully automatic irrigated lawn + popup sprinklers • Garden system divided into stations + pump • 120,000 litre underground water tank • 45,000 litre garden water tank • Enviro cycle septic system • Landscaped architecture by Neil Hobbs • Award winning house designed by Cox Architecture • Established gardens & tree lined driveway • Direct access to Yass river • 3km from Barton Highway • Elevated North facing aspect with scenic views
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