• This double story brick home is sure to impress, built in 1984 and owned by the same family for 35 years! 52 Ford St is well presented on a large 1,827m2 block which extends to the rear of the home providing ample space for you to enjoy
• The garden features an undercover entertaining area including a large wood fired pizza oven and outdoor kitchen ideal for family gatherings
• A four car garage complete with 3 phase power accompanies the home, whilst a number of garden sheds ensure that there is plenty of storage space available. Within the garden you will also find a large vegetable patch, established fruit trees and chook run
• A large sunroom is situated to the rear of the home, providing plenty of warmth during the winter months and also provides views over the garden and further across the Yass Valley to Bowning Hill
• Upstairs you will find 4 bedrooms along with an extra living room. The master bedroom is serviced by an ensuite whilst the 3 other bedrooms all share the views across the Yass Valley
• Downstairs the kitchen and dining area are the heart of the home, linking the formal dining room and a large family or rumpus room
• A slow combustion wood heater as well as ducted heating and cooling keep the home comfortable year round
• The property also features a solar hot water system and electric back up function. Three rainwater tanks also supply the house with the option to return to town water as required
With the property becoming too much work for the owners, they are committed to downsizing. All offers will be given serious consideration.
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