25 beautiful acres of tranquil bush with cycads and tall eucalypts abound with bird life provide a great environment to surround yourself with. The open plan living kitchen and dining area has 2 outdoor areas to access. This very large space easily accommodates the lounge area, the dining area and the kitchen. The kitchen will surely please the chef in the family with a 6-burner gas cooktop and combination gas electric oven. There's a large fridge space, drawer dishwasher and a walk-in pantry as well as loads of space for guest cooks or supervisors at the enormous breakfast bar. Each of the 4 large bedrooms have space and privacy and each enjoy a different view of the property. The main bedroom has a great big ensuite and walk in robe. Exclusive use of glass and colour collide to showcase the amazing main bathroom Large verandas right round the home will provide shady vistas year-round. The whole family will enjoy a swim in the pond near the house, it even has a diving board! There is a second dam at the bottom of the property, a healthy eco system with abundant frogs happily chirping amongst the reeds and a choir of birds. There are sheds galore with the added advantage of a DA in place for a home-based business. The property approximately 35,000 litres of rain water storage and there are 12 solar panels and solar hot water. This fantastic property is just minutes from Moruya and School buses just down the road connecting all the major schools. All the convenience of town but with the peace and quiet of a bushland setting
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