One of this properties best features is this property is virtually drought proof having 3 x large water tanks, 6 x dams (one spring fed) across 9 x paddocks and a creek running the full length of the property which has a number of deep water holes which are never dry. The large 132 acre (53.6 ha) of land is a very productive parcel of land that offers plenty of space for stock or horses or crops. Approximately 90% of the land can be ploughed and cropped if needed with a stock rate of 2.5 (sheep).
Still close enough to Canberra to commute, this larger than average lifestyle/farm block is ideally situated in beautiful Bredbo offering more usable land than most.
The home itself takes in beautiful rural views of the surrounding mountains and landscape and features a shady full-length verandah across the front and rear of the home, roomy 4 bedroom/ensuite 162sqm design with huge north facing lounge room, 4 x double sized bedrooms all with built ins, walk-in robe in master, spacious kitchen with plenty of cupboard and bench space, a meals area, slow combustion wood heating and reverse cycle A/C.
Outside there are a number of large garden beds, a few fruit trees and a very spacious paved BBQ area with build-in stove giving you plenty of room to invite over and entertain all your new friends and family.
Shedding is also impressive with a large double garage plus 3-bay machinery shed both with power and stacks room for more sheds or parking of machinery, caravan, trailer etc.
Bredbo offers the perfect rural village atmosphere with a friendly local community. The village includes the Historic Bredbo Inn, Pie Shop/caf, Pizzeria, Pancake Palour and the famous Bredbo Christmas Shop plus a local primary school and community hall. Bredbo has kept its old-world charm and Australian rural lifestyle all within a commutable distance to Canberra or Cooma.
Property summary: • 132 acres (53.6 hectares) • 3 x Tanks, 6 x dams, 9 x paddocks, plus number of waterholes • 4 bedrooms, ensuite, verandah • Double garage and 3-bay machinery shed both with power - offering car accommodation for at least 5 cars • Slow combustion wood heater with reverse cycle A/C. Note: Dog Kennels and enclosures shown in photos not included in sale.
House; 162 sqm Verandah: 78 sqm Lot 3 DP 852023 Zoning: R5-Large Lot Residential
Call Chris Churchill for more details 0417 080 460
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