Block size: 2.8 Hectares approx.House size: 260 m² approx.
The Perfect Country Property
Immaculately presented and set on approx. 7 acres of prime rural land, this beautiful lifestyle property boasts a superior quality 4 bedroom home, hay shed, cattle crushes, dam and 360 degree views of the surrounding lush countryside. A circular drive bordered by sculptured hedging and lovingly curated gardens sets the scene for the quality to come. Open the front door and you are instantly aware of light filled rooms, spaciousness and views - every window has one! A thoughtful and versatile floorplan separates a large master suite complete with sumptuous ensuite and walk in robe from the multiple living areas and 3 other generously proportioned bedrooms. The kitchen forms the nucleus of the home and comes complete with quality appliances. The subtle neutral decor throughout the home further enhances the spaciousness whilst at the same time creating a lovely flow to the floorplan. Formal and informal living spaces effortlessly flow to outside alfresco areas and gardens. The fields to the property have been pasture improved, have excellent fencing and water to each paddock, fed by the dam and town water. The hay shed adjoins the cattle crush and holding pens. Located just minutes from the centre of Berry Village, Seven Mile Beach, Gerroa and Gerringong, this property is certain to top your favourites list.
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