A 100 acre part grazing and part recreation property in the popular Windellama area.
- 6 dams and 4 paddocks the block can handle goats, sheep or alpaca's - Well presented 4 bedroom clad home with 2 bathrooms and 3 toilets - Fully insulated - Well appointed kitchen & dining with wood heating, reverse cycle air and ceiling fans - All bedrooms have built in robes with sliding doors - A great easterly aspect from the extra large family room 7 x 7m with heating and toilet - A magnificent 8 x 5m games room has reverse cycle air and bar facilities - Internet, power, phone, gas, reverse cycle air conditioning and wood heating - 6 x 4m steel & iron lockable machinery shed - 6 x 6m lockable powered workshop and storage shed with 2 car spaces - Steel & iron hay shed, horse and goat shelters, vegie patch - Electric open and close front gate
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