Built to stand the test of time, this full brick residence is a fine example of late 1880's Victorian architecture and construction. Wrapped in lush gardens with tall shade trees, the original homestead has been sympathetically extended to provide a versatile floor plan comprising 4 bedrooms and up to 3 living spaces. 2 feature fireplaces provide warmth during the cooler months and the double brick construction provides superb thermal mass. Explore the large 2419sqm block with its established hedges, tall shade trees, cottage gardens and extensive lawns, watered from the onsite bore.
Families will love the convenience of a 5 minute walk to Gundaroo's excellent local primary school and it's award winning eateries. Historic Gundaroo, with its 150 year old buildings is an idyllic hamlet, perfect for families, or those seeking a sublime rural lifestyle just 30 minutes from Canberra City.
- Large open lounge-dining with raked timber lined ceilings - Two fireplaces and off-peak electric heaters - Wide verandah's to the north and south - Plenty of space for the kids, pets and garden pursuits - Two water tanks plus licensed bore water supply - Located in a premium position with super privacy - School buses depart from the village to Canberra's secondary schools
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