* Elevated position with sweeping views over a delightful valley and rolling hills beyond * 5.43 Acres of land separated into 3 sections – 1 x main yard with grassed area, 1 x paddock with stalls and round yard for horses, 1 x paddock * Near new home features 3 separate living spaces with plantation shutters and neutral colour palate throughout * Large segregated master bedroom with walk-through wardrobe and ensuite, the remaining bedrooms all feature built-in wardrobes and are serviced by a generous family bathroom * Stunning kitchen with Caesarstone benchtops, 900mm gas cooktop, electric oven and butler's pantry complete with sink and ample cupboard space * Corner sliding doors open fully to a covered alfresco entertaining area which enjoys great views and overlooks the heated salt water pool – an entertainer's delight * Large laundry with folding station and custom cabinetry. Fully ducted gas heating will be appreciated when winter rolls around * Double garage with internal access plus a huge 6m x 14m colourbond workshop complete with plumbing and wood heater - perfect man cave * Country living with the Goulburn CBD just 10 minutes' drive and easy access to the Hume & Federal Highways for Canberra commuters.
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