The views & serenity of this rural property will make you feel as though you are in the middle of nowhere, when in fact you are just 5 minutes from the town of Berridale. The three bedroom, 2 bathroom home is north facing and has been designed with comfort, warmth and functionality in mind. The front verandah offers a perfect spot to entertain, or simply sit back and take in the sweeping views over Monaro Plains. The back verandah connects to the garage and studio giving under cover access.
The property offers 61 acres of land with a mixture of timbered and cleared areas, dotted with granite boulders. Improvements include a double garage with converted studio & farm machinery shed with power.
At a Glance
• All north facing rooms feature views • Master with walk in wardrobe and ensuite • Kitchen with butler’s pantry & gas cooking • Ceiling fans throughout • Wood fire with heat transfer to ensuite • Spacious Office connects lounge to dining area • Lounge features under floor heating • Mains power, landline & NBN connection • Enclosed house yard with established gardens • Under cover BBQ area • Back and front under cover decks • Farm machinery shed with car port for caravan or boat storage • Fenced vegetable garden & chicken coops • Studio with wood fire (converted off garage) • Single garage with attached enclosed carport • 6 water tanks, Total capacity 117,000 litres • Over flow from tanks directed to well • Land may be subdivided - *Subject to council approval
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