Architecturally designed with solar passive principles in mind this home offers a unique opportunity to live a sustainable lifestyle in the Bega Valley.
The floor plan accentuates the spectacular views over the neighboring lagoon and irrigated farmland. Head turning views from the kitchen, dining and lounge room will be conversation starters with all your friends. The two large bedrooms don't miss out on the views as both bedrooms benefit from glass sliding doors over looking the stunning view.
The large chef's kitchen is a central part of the home, creating a connection to the dining, living room and outside entertaining areas.
Sustainable features of this home include: the northerly aspect, location specific sized eaves, polished concrete floor, Clerestory windows with louvers to promote airflow and a design that allows for natural cross ventilation in the bedrooms and living areas, 1 Kw solar power system and a worm composting toilet system. The combination of the cladded, insulated external walls and the internal construction of Besser block filled with concrete creates an excellent thermal mass allowing the house to stay warm in winter and cool in summer.
In only 10 short years the owner has taken a bare paddock and created a vibrant garden that is both very productive for fruit and vegetables and visually stunning with a vast collection of native and exotic plants. The large stands of native plants bring in a magnificent amount of bird life.
The bottom of the block has been well fenced into five paddocks. At just over 5 acres this is perfect for someone with a horse or wanting to run an animal or two on the property. Water is secure with good catchment off the roof and a bore that supplies water to a header tank and then gravity feeds back to the house and garden.
The shed at the top of the block has been converted to a spare bedroom, ideal for visitors.
All this located off a sealed road, minutes from the sought after Tarraganda location with local golf course and strong community.
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