Convenient, Comfortable, Private Home on Attractive Farm - Location, Location, Location!
3444 Laggan Road, Crookwell, NSW, 2583.
A real estate opportunity like this is rare in the pretty country town of Crookwell. This comfortable home commands a level, north-east aspect set on 76.8ha of attractive grazing land that makes the Southern Tablelands so appealing. This warm, light-filled home features thoughtfully planned living areas that connect with the surrounding established garden and paddocks. Features include: • Expansive, rendered brick home with double entry timber doors, double glazed windows and doors, and a covered, drive-through portico • Three spacious, carpeted bedrooms, all with BIR and tilt-and-turn window-doors, while the master has an ensuite and WIR • Large main bathroom with separate bath for long, relaxing soaks • Tiled living, dining, and family areas with a high-pitched ceiling and loads of natural light with sliding doors to outdoor area • Practical, open-plan kitchen with huge bench spaces and stainless electric oven with gas cooktop • Oversized laundry with double sink, shower, and separate toilet • Garage with storage space and internal access • Year-round comfort with ducted, zoned, reverse-cycle air conditioning throughout and a double-sided fireplace for cosy nights in • North-facing outdoor entertaining area with retractable motorised awning • Farming facilities include lockable machinery shed on concrete slab, plus additional machinery/hay sheds, cattle crush and yards, and laneways for moving stock • Good pastures on gently undulating basalt soils with some granite provide good ground cover with the capacity to support stock and some crops • A reliable water supply with five tanks (three for house and garden, two in paddocks), a bore, reticulated troughs, permanent Kent Grove Creek, and a spring-fed dam
Only 3.6kms from the heart of Crookwell and easily accessible to Goulburn, Sydney, and Canberra, this comfortable, inviting home on a picturesque farm offers both convenience and privacy with a front road position. Get those auction paddles ready!
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