This delightful property could be the tree change you have been looking for, the gently sloping northerly aspect country with outstanding views to the magnificent Tinderry Ranges providing snow-capped vistas in winter and an amazing rock shrouded mountain skyline by day.
This wonderful country location is enriched by a quality large four bedroom ensuite family home that has been designed and sited to allow full appreciation of the views and passive solar benefits of the northerly orientation to maximise relaxed living. The whole family can spend summer days or evenings by the salt water pool relaxing and enjoying the beautiful sunsets over the mountains.
The spacious family home offers a choice of living areas with a stylish lounge room with captivating views as does the substantial family room and open plan meals area. The large entertainer's kitchen is complimented by the spacious dining area and those marvellous views. The over sized segregated master bedroom with ensuite and walk-in-robe is supported by three generous sized bedrooms all with large built-in-robes.
Your year round comfort is taken care of with two ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning systems. These are zoned to look after the bedrooms and the living areas.
Water is not a problem with the bore taking care of the garden and topping up the pool, this is a huge cost saving with the bore rated at 2,000ltr per hour. A perfectly picturesque four bedroom home half way between Canberra and Cooma, 1.30 hours to the snow fields, 2 hours to the Saphire coast and only 40 min to Canberra Civic centre, 25 minutes to Tuggeranong. The local school bus operates 3km away in Michelago Village and travels into Canberra.
Michelago is situated in a valley between two mountain ranges, the Tinderry Range to the East and the Clear Range to the west. The highest peaks in the picturesque Tinderry Range reach approximately 1600m above sea level, while Michelago itself has an elevation of around 800m.
Michelago is a small village but is likely to experience high demand for growth at some point in the future because of its proximity to Canberra and generally high underlying land values.
11.38 Ha Divided into four paddocks Lot 3 DP 1149930 90,000lt tank North facing Views to the Tinderry Ranges Bore 2,000lt per hour 4 Bedrooms, carpet, Ceiling fans 2 Bathrooms Large entry area tiled Lounge room Ceiling fan Two ducted reverse cycle air-conditioning systems(zoned) Dining room tiled Family room Fire place Open plan kitchen with island bench and breakfast bar Solar heated Salt water Pool 7m x 14 m Shed 3 Roller doors (2 electric) Solar hot water
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