Located just 15 minutes from thriving Bungendore village & an hour from the coast, this much loved property is offered for sale for the very first time. If you don't mind a little extra commute each day you may well be shocked at how much more you can buy for your money. Just imagine no visible neighbours and total privacy on your very own 100 acre (40.4 Ha) rural retreat with the added bonus of adjoining Scotts Reserve.
This could be just what the doctor ordered. Set well back from the road behind a lovely grazing paddock and with a beautiful natural bush back drop is this attractive 4 bedroom ensuite brick home. Adjacent to the home is a large carport and two large sheds which will easily cater for all of your vehicle and storage requirements.
With features including high ceilings, open plan living, sun room, large country kitchen, reverse cycle split system and slow combustion fire, the home is both very comfortable and a very functional family layout.
Perfect for a couple of horses at the front, with beautiful trails to explore throughout the back, this is the perfect combination of bush and grazing and also ideal for those who like to do some trail bike riding and cutting their own firewood. This property also presents a fantastic opportunity to live the good life, have your own chickens and grown your own vegetables. The property also has plenty of water courtesy of 3 dams & 4 water tanks.
This is the ideal place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life at an affordable price.
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