Country living close to town with a stunning rural vista
Country living close to town with comfortable family home and a stunning rural vista, this home offers more space and room to move than you might think. An inviting home with the most glorious outdoor living deck offering views back towards Canberra.
This 12.27* hectares (30* acres) property is perched on the hillside, nicely protected from westerly winds and harsh summer sun. Ideally suited to a family looking for a lifestyle location, comfortable as is and with plenty of scope to add your own touch.
Expansive family lounge room with slow combustion wood fire; features raked ceilings and solid timber floors. Large open-plan kitchen and meals area that flow straight out on to the outdoor deck and patio.
Country kitchen with island bench, dishwasher, under bench oven and electric cooktop, corner pantry and excellent storage.
The home features three bedrooms; the main bedroom has an ensuite with corner spa bath, shower, vanity and toilet, plus built-in robe. The remaining two bedrooms both have built-in robes.
Three-way family bathroom with bath, shower and vanity plus a separate toilet. Large laundry with excellent storage plus two linen cupboards.
The timber floors have just been re-sealed plus new carpet throughout.
Neat easy-care grounds, feature retaining wall and a mix of shrubs and native trees.
Gently undulating to rolling granite hills, comprising stands of native timber that provide shade and shelter for livestock. Subdivided in to six paddocks. Two 22,700* litre and one 27,000* litre rain water storage tanks and one secure dam ensure adequate water supplies for the home and livestock purposes.
Colourbond shed with two open bays and central enclosed bay, suitable for tack room, feed storage, cars or horse float.
Located on Yass River Road, three* kilometres from the Barton Highway exit and only eight* kilometres from Yass, 51* kilometres from Canberra CBD, 43* kilometres to the ACT border and 236* kilometres from the M5/M7 intersection Sydney.
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