Situated only 20 minutes from Bungendore Village you will find this rural retreat, a great option to live the lifestyle you've been dreaming of.
The main residence spans two levels, suiting the demands of a growing and/or extended family with the current configuration being 2 bedrooms downstairs with a wheelchair accessible bathroom plus an open plan bedroom, ensuite and living upstairs (this could easily be converted to 2 bedrooms upstairs if required). The living includes an open plan kitchen, dining and lounge area plus a separate large rumpus room leaving plenty of options for the family.
If you have extended family, teenagers or need some extra space for guests, you will benefit from the second fully self-contained, 2 bedroom flat which is also attached to the house. Car accommodation is by way of a double carport separating the 2 residences plus another 3 car carport off the main house.
Entertaining options include a large under cover verandah with spa area and outdoor kitchen facilities. There is also a fantastic fire pit area with built-in seating and BBQ.
Other infrastructure includes an abundance of shedding, chook pens, vegie patches plus another old self-contained flat which could easily be cleaned up suitable for extra living space or an amazing "man cave".
The block is 15 acres and is mostly light bush with some clearings, there is a large dam plus a creek running through. Other water security is by way of 1x 25,000 gallon, 1x 5,000 gallon, 2x 2,000 gallon rain water tanks, plus a bore for stock and domestic use.
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