Set on 40.53 sqm(100 acres approx.) and located in the popular family friendly rural community of 'Fox's Elbow', only 30 minutes (approx.) to HQJOC, 20 minutes to Bungendore, 15 minutes to historic Braidwood, 60 minutes to Batemans Bay and 45 minutes to Canberra (approx.).
THE HOUSE built in 2013 is a north facing, solar passive beauty offering the discerning buyer ample living and entertainment space. Featuring family room with fireplace, elegant gourmet kitchen with 900m oven, marble benchtop and pantry. Sunken formal lounge room with fireplace and large home theatre, perfect for family movie nights. There is an additional rumpus room which would also work well as a guest room/ 6th bedroom. The master suite is impressive with parents retreat and fireplace with luxurious, his and hers ensuite. To complete this immaculate well-built home, the large recreational room features a large swim spa and gym.
THE LAND is 40.53 HA (100 acres approx.) of fully fenced, low maintenance, light native Australian bush with cleared areas and large dam. It is suitable for a herd of sheep/ goats/ alpacas or a couple horses.
SHEDDING consists of a generous 24m x 12m (approx.) colour bond shed, 3m at the eaves and 6m in the centre. There is also a double stable.
OTHER FEATURES include oversized laundry/mud room, double glazed windows, solar hot water with electric boost, plenty of storage, automatic double garage with internal access, mains power with 2KW & 5KW solar system, 120,000 litre in ground cement water tank, good internet via ADSL 2 over the phoneline.
Open by private inspection only, phone Braidwood's premium agent Kelly Allen on 0466 632 696
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Kelly is a LICENSED STOCK and STATION agent and services the RESIDENTIAL and RURAL real estate community in and around Braidwood; call Kelly to find out what your home is worth in today's market! PHONE 0466 632 696
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