All quality! Not only is this a stunning 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home set on a 2.81Ha (approx 6.94 acres) of park like grounds, with Old Mogo Creek running around it and with the bush land around the boundaries giving it the ultimate in privacy. But it has the added bonus of a second quality 3 bedroom home, council approved as a dual occupancy on the block. It is also so close to town that you could walk to Mogo and have your lunch if you wanted to. So many different scenarios for this rare property. You could live in one and rent the other house for a regular income, extended family could be close by, also the main house would be suitable to run a business from as one bedroom has its own access which would suit it running as an office. Your family deserves this prize, nothing to do as both homes are perfect, ready for you to move in. Not to mention that they are on town water and the surrounding State Forest gives ample opportunity for horse riders, hikers and trail bike enthusiasts to get out and about. Ask for a list of the many quality inclusions. Inspection is by appointment only.
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