"Windarra Cottage" a private garden retreat in the Burrawang Village
A country abode perfect for anyone who has dreamed of living in a home bursting with character. Set on half an acre of the most exquisite perennial gardens that enhance the village landscape. Located only moments to Burrawang's iconic Pub and General Store. "Windarra" is an Aboriginal word meaning welcome and that's certainly the feeling you get when you first set foot onto the verandah. The property offers the charm of a country cottage yet with all the comforts of a modern family sanctuary. A north aspect ensures abundant natural light throughout the interiors, while the home's gorgeous provincial atmosphere is showcased.
The well designed floorplan flows well for busy families and entertaining. The spacious country kitchen revolves around a large timber island which serves multiple functions including casual dining. A family room with a built in window seat, slow combustion wood fire, French doors connect the dining to a large timber deck, suitable for large scale entertaining. A separate lounge room with garden vistas and double sliding doors allows for separation when required or even more entertaining space.
- 4 double size bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (1 ensuite) - Freshly painted inside - Gas central heating, reverse cycle air conditioning - High ceilings, wide entry hall, timber floors and plantation shutters throughout - Double detached auto garage with undercover walkway to the house
Please call Kate McCullagh today on 0411 411 244 to arrange your inspection of this truly special one of a kind "Windarra Cottage".
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