Set on an elevated block of just under 5 acres within Jiparu Estate, this picturesque Southern Tablelands home lies just outside Murrumbateman and is surrounded by vineyards and boutique wineries. Contemporary in its design and offering an abundance of space, 44 Jiparu Road is the ideal home for families looking for the benefits of a rural-village lifestyle yet also enjoy the convenience of Canberra which is just a short drive away.
Complete with all the quintessential features of a modern day home, it’s the extra thought in design and the wonderful inclusions that will have you wanting to move in as soon as you walk through the front door.
This home features extensive double glazing to take in the surrounding rural views on all sides, as well as deep alfresco areas to protect the windows from direct summer sun. Designed and built to cope with the extremes of the Australian climate, this property is all about sophisticated living and entertaining.
Incorporating an extravagant open plan design the floor plan unfolds seamlessly and affords you the delight and use of indoor and outdoor living spaces in seamingly endless combinations. The kitchen boasts: quality Smeg appliances; a butler pantry with ample storage; and an Island Bench - all of which ensure that your new kitchen will be a true delight to cook in and enjoy. Bi-fold windows also allow flow-through access to the magnificent alfresco area, enabling you to entertain friends and extended family at your leisure.
Included in the 350m2 of living space is a separate media room, featuring its own bar and kitchenette.
Offering four bedrooms in the home, the segregated master bedroom has been complemented with an elegant en-suite with double vanity, luxurious spa bath and spacious walk-in robe. The additional three bedrooms all feature built-in robes and their own rural views.
Completing this package are solar panels, 150 square metres shedding, electric gate, concrete rain water tank, gravel based driveway, post and wire boundary fencing and a large double garage.
Located just 20 minutes from Canberra's north, this astounding and precisely built home is peerless in both look and feel.
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Features: Contemporary luxury Living Elevated position with views, rural setting Segregated master bedroom with walk in robe State-of-the-art designed Kitchen, with butlers pantry Endless storage space Data cabling Ducted heating, and cooling Abundance of indoor-outdoor living spaces Extra Large Double garage 1.88 Hectare 2.7m high ceilings LED down-lights, double power-points, data cabling 3 phase power Meshed sliding security/insect doors Hot water: solar with electric booster system
Property Technical Specifications
Residence: Architect designed & built 2017, Living area: 350.2m2 Alfresco living: 155m2 Garage: 44m2 Detached Shedding: colorbond 150m2
Sewerage: bio-septic system Potable water supply: 120,000lt/26,000gall in-ground concrete rain water tank
Non-potable water supply: Jiparu Estate community water supply with an annual allocation.
Community title fees: $560pa approximately
Rates: Yass Valley Council: $508.04 pa approx
Services: 5 day letter mail delivery to the front gate, ADSL2 capable broadband, wheelie bin household & recycle waste collection at the front gate, school bus services to/from Canberra/Yass now stop at the corner of Fenton Close/Jiparu Drive.
Location: Jiparu Estate on the Canberra side of Murrumbateman, 5 mins to Murrumbateman village, 17 minutes to Yass township, 20 mins to Canberra's northern areas
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