There is no more beautiful place to be than at 39 Bede Road as the morning awakens and the sun glistens on Lake George. To say the outlook is spectacular is an understatement and the beautiful architect designed home will win you over in a flash.
Positioned on top of the Lake George Escarpment overlooking Bungendore to the east and Lake George to the North, this property has uninterrupted 180 degree views that you will never grow tired of - its an everchanging painting featuring storms, eagles, clouds and the world as it passes by.
The home has a very 'connected to nature' feel due to the use of natural building materials such as rough hewn timber and hand crafted mud bricks. The extensive use of glass allows the views to flood inside from a distance and the low maintenance garden to fill every vista in the foreground.
This solar passive north facing home has five bedrooms, four have views and three have built in robes. The rooms on the north side open out onto the landscaped garden. The relationship between the house and the garden is complimentary and ensures the view forms a dramatic backdrop to your new life.
Key Features include:
Solar Power 1.5kw to grid system plus mains power
Hydronic Heating - Gas powered
3 Fenced Paddocks
36m2 Shed on a Concrete Slab
5 Water Tanks totalling 100,000L
LPG Infinity Hot Water
Garden and Small Farm Sheds
Cheminee Phillipe Fireplace
This is a truly unique property, it really is a must see.
It is the perfect home to raise your family and entertain your friends. For animal lovers there is a paddock with a seperate entrance, plenty of room for the dogs and if it is wildlife you are after you will never be alone, given a chance Im sure the kangaroos will be happy to continue mowing the lawn!
Conveniently located, commuting to Queanbeyan or Canberra for work is a breeze, add to that school bus services and less than an hour and a half to Bateman's Bay.
For more information or to arrange an inspection please contact Ellie Merriman on 0402 117 877 or Doug Merriman on 0419999001.
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