This much loved, family home has some of the finest views over the Tarlo Ranges and it is now for sale - ready for a new owner to sit back and take in the serenity that is 345 Holloways Road, Tarlo NSW.
Found on 30 acres at the end of Holloways Road is this Brick Veneer, 4 bedroom plus study / 5th bedroom home offering multiple living spaces, luxurious bathrooms, car parking galore and shedding to match!
Sitting proud you have a home that oozes country lifestyle. Woodfire heating and Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning ensure those cool nights and warm days are taken care of.
The galley style kitchen has plenty of storage / cupboard space and features a stunning FALCON freestanding oven which any masterchef will know - is one of the best ovens out there!!!
The master bedroom has electronic shutters for those who prefer the longer sleep in's without the glorious morning sun teeming in to start the day.
Whilst enjoying the spaciousness of the master bedroom, don’t forget to check out the HUGE Walk-In-Robe and Ensuite
There is a substantial 3 way, Marble bathroom with separate shower and bath, massive laundry and instant gas hot water.
Another standout feature of this home is the massive sunroom that joins the triple bay garage to the house. Stepping just outside and you will find yourself relaxing in the swim spa too!.
With huge outdoor covered entertaining areas, a monster of a barn garage, 4-bay carport, 8 separate water tanks, round yard and electric fencing all round - this home is sure to bring a smile to all!
Contact Chris from Agent 2.0 Real Estate for more information or to arrange a private inspection!
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