Block size: 10.12 Hectares approx.House size: 290 m² approx.
Newly Built Home on Acreage
Sitting on 25 acres perched at the top of Ryan Place, with views overlooking Gunning and stunning countryside. This 2019 McDonald Jones built 4 bedroom home is the ideal property if you are looking for a semi rural lifestyle.
As you enter the property through the entryway you are greeted by the master bedroom. The master bedroom is grand in size and has a beautifully finished, spacious ensuite and a large walk-in robe with plenty of storage space. It is perfectly separated, away from the other three bedrooms.
Follow through the entryway and you'll find the theatre room, currently used as a study. This space can be used for multiple purposes, such as a study, home theatre, another bedroom or living space.
Continue into the house and you come to the heart of the home, the kitchen. Featuring plenty of bench space and a large 900mm stove and oven, a plumbed fridge and walk-in pantry, anyone can be a Chef in this kitchen!
Joining the kitchen is a large dining/living space and flowing out to the covered al fresco. This is a great space to entertain friends and family. Adjacent to the kitchen is the second living space perfect for the kids, as it can be separated by double doors.
Bedrooms 2, 3 and 4 are again of a generous proportion and they all feature built in robes with sliding doors. The 3 bedrooms are serviced by the main bathroom and separate toilet.
The land is approximately 25 acres and is fully fenced. An ideal parcel of land for a hobby farmer as it also has a dam.
Features; -Ducted reverse cycle air conditioning -Large master bedroom with ensuite -Gas cooking -Dishwasher -Plumbed fridge -900mm Stove and Oven -2 living area -3 linen closets -Double lock up garage -3 phase power -290m2 living -Gas bottles -Rain Tank (22,500L) -Solar hot water -Wall and roof wrap insulation -Town water -Separated yard for the dogs -Stunning views -25 acres
Come along to an open home or phone Nick Southwell on 0432 543 640 or Brad O'Mara on 0402 343 771 to arrange a private inspection.
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