Privately situated in a quiet and well located street, this 4.6Ha (11.3 acre) parcel of land has a well maintained 5 bedroom home with restful views. At 'Hummingbird Hill' the home has 330sqm of living and 5 generous size bedrooms, two ensuites & a full threeway bathroom and north facing open living areas overlooking restful valley views.
These days being time poor is a common complaint and so every precious minute at home should be enjoyed, this home is designed and set up for your to do so. This home has loads of living space with formal and informal living and dining areas and a rumpus. The kitchen is huge and positioned to make the most of the open plan design and the outlook. Well appointed with stainless steel appliances, gas cook top and plenty of bench space, cooks and entertainers will enjoy the fitout and the big breakfast bar for casual dining and sharing the food preparation duties.
Low maintenance was a big part of the design brief here - the living areas are tiled with easy clean large gleaming white tiles. Comfort has a place here too and so there is carpet in the bedrooms and formal lounge. The home is well insulated with R5 batts in the ceiling and walls and gas heating in the central part of the house. All the bedrooms are a good size, two bedrooms have ensuites and the master has a walk-in-robe. The other four bedrooms all have built-in-robes.
A lovely summery north facing paved outdoor entertaining area has sliding door access from the casual living room and this would be the perfect spot to soak up the spring sunshine and enjoy a cupper. There are four paddocks, two dams, a dressage arena ( that just needs a spray and a harrow) and an area set up for jumping. Additional infrastructure includes a double garage with internal access to the house and 122,000L of rainwater water storage.
A little bonus is a rustic mud brick dwelling with approximately 150m2 of internal space. This could be used for overflow accommodation, as a home office, a seriously good man cave, work from home or you could convert it into a barn or shed - lots of options here! This is a very appealing property offering a very spacious home and a rural lifestyle.
Bywong is located just 25 minutes from HQJOC, 15 minutes to Queanbeyan and an easy 20 minute commute into Canberra's CBD. School buses to Canberra are in abundance (North Canberra, South Canberra and Queanbeyan). Close by in Bungendore there is a local IGA, primary school, pre-school and child care centres as well as many other services including Naturopath, Doctors, Physio, Bakeries, Cafes and restaurants, motels and hotels and numerous shops. To arrange a private appointment or for more information please call Ellie Merriman on 0402117877, Doug Merriman on 0419999001 or in the Ray White Bungendore office on 6238 0700.
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