Positioned perfectly, overlooking this lush 10 acre property, this quality Bruce Ross built home captures the stunning views of the Byfield Ranges through to Corio Bay. Providing great underground water supply, bore & rich soil support the lush pasture, making this the ideal environment for to run 4-5 head year round and add to already established mango, avocado, macadamia trees.
Elevated 313m2, 2 storey fully air conditioned home with 3 king bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms Lower level offers space for home office/rumpus/guest room + powder room Modern stone kitchen, island brekky bar, double drawer dishwasher, stunning view Living area with 10ft ceiling & wall of windows to capture the stunning outlook Large covered, balcony with picturesque view adjoins upper living / kitchen area Porcelain tiles, quality timber flooring & doors, tinted windows, 4 kw solar Huge king sized master suite with tiled WIR & ensuite with double vanity End to end carport at front of home, circular drive & drive way to top level 20 x 10m powered shed with 4.2m clearance & loading dock, 3 water tanks 4.21 hectare fully fenced property with quality bore water & established fruit trees
Features include: Air Conditioning, Area Views, Built-In Wardrobes, High Clearance, Balcony, Deck, Dishwasher
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