Now is a good time for you and your family to start living large!
Trawalla is 100ha (250 acres approx) of open grazing and native bush suitable for horses, grazing stock, bush walking, dirt bikes, camping out and all aspects of rural lifestyle pursuits.
Add to this a very comfortable four bedroom home with a choice of three big living areas, tennis court, arena, pool, stables and so much more. If you've been thinking lifestyle living, this one is going to be hard to resist and best of all it is an easy 35 minutes to Canberra.
'Trawalla' could be your home. you weekend escape or a smart investment for your rural future. Either way, as a weekender, stock operation or permanent home you are sure to benefit from the lifestyle opportunities here... ask your Accountant.
Horse enthusiasts will appreciate the open grazing and existing infrastructure including a good stable block with large boxes, the arena and safe paddocks with horse shelters, you can strike out to Yass, Bungendore, Goulburn or Canberra for competitions and be to all of them within the hour.
If you are serious about sheep or running any type of farm or rural enterprise there is a shearing shed, it is a real beauty, a true a Australian classic shearing shed that can double as a great venue for large gatherings - many a party and 21st has been hosted here.
Storage is abundant with plenty of good shedding for cars, tractors, bikes, floats and more - you cant have too many sheds.
Simple but established landscaping surrounds the house and a large covered pergola contains a barbeque bench and offers up a shaded place to sit beside the in-ground pool.
The homestead has abundant glass and restful rural vistas from every room, you can look out to the views all day and no-one can see you, talk about privacy.
The family room is open plan off the kitchen and this overlooks the pergola and pool beyond. A pair of french doors opens onto a more formal lounge room with an imposing brick slow combustion fire. From here through a glazed breeze way and into a large rumpus room with a second slow combustion fire.
The bedrooms are large and the master has an ensuite and walk in robe. One of the other three bedrooms steps down to its own sunroom. Throughout the home there are floor to ceiling cupboards and high ceilings giving the home a practical and comfortable feel.
Key Features include:
100Ha (250 acres approx) approx 50% open grazing and 50% native bush
5 Box Stable Block with tack room and feed shed
Brooks Creek frontage
5 Bay Shed
4 Bay Shed
Double dog run
6 kva Solar system plus mains power
Trawalla is privately located, directions are as follows- turn of Shingle Hill Way onto Brooks Creek Lane at the letter boxes and travel 2.8kms down the lane keeping to the left side of the road at the fork. You will come to the end of the lane and turn left through the gate, travel another 50 metres through the next gate keeping to the left. When you get to the cattle grid you are at the farm, follow the road up to the house.
This part of Bywong is located just 30 minutes from HQJOC, 25 minutes to Queanbeyan and an easy 30 minute commute into Canberra's CBD. School buses to Canberra are in abundance (North Canberra, South Canberra and Queanbeyan). Close by in Bungendore there is a local IGA, primary school, pre-school and child care centres as well as many other services including Naturopath, Doctors, Physio, Bakeries, Cafes and restaurants, motels and hotels and numerous shops. To arrange a private appointment or for more information please call Ellie Merriman on 0402117877, Doug Merriman on 0419999001 or in the Ray White Bungendore office on 6238 0700.
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