A desirable lifestyle, this property is situated on an enormous and unique parcel of land, 3611sqm with magnificent views straight down the river.
Once a popular restaurant and now a beautiful family home this property could once again be converted back or could suit a number of purposes as fits with its zoning B6 enterprise zone.
Included is a grand dining and lounge (once the restaurant dining room ) with feature wood fireplace and access from here to the lovely covered deck, there’s a huge chefs kitchen with large walk in pantry/storage, a separate family room on the other side of the kitchen, 4 bedrooms (one is currently used as a library), the master bedroom features an ensuite and has double French doors leading out to the terrace with views of the river and countryside beyond there’s also a little wine cellar under the house.
Also included are: new carpets throughout, an energy saving solar system with 5kW output and ducted heating and cooling to all rooms.
The fantastic garden includes a lovely circular driveway, two ponds, water tank and plenty of area to ‘grow your own’ with veggie beds and many varieties of fruit and native trees. The huge lockup garage has bountiful storage and under cover internal access.
An exceptional property and residence on two titles with extraordinary scope (considering its zoning) for many other pursuits, small business venture, restaurant (please note there is a grease trap in place), small motel or bed & breakfast etc.
Properties of this calibre don’t come along very often, come and see for yourself!
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