Located in the picturesque Kybeyan Valley approximately 12km from the village of Nimmitabel and 50km from Cooma. The property sits on 74ac of scenic, undulating grazing country with a good mixture of granite boulders, some natural timbered areas and open grazing space. A major feature of the property is the abundance of water. With a 32 megalitre dam stocked with Trout, and frontage to the Kydra River, a well known Trout fishing stream. This is a fantastic opportunity for those looking for a family getaway property in a quiet, scenic rural position under 2 hours to Canberra. The property is very well established with the option of 2 dwellings, horse stables, machinery shed and out buildings. OTHER FEATURES INCLUDE: - 4 bedroom home with spacious living and workshop space - A detached entertainment room / games room with bar area and wood fire - A total of 120,000 litre water tank storage - Stable complex with tack & feed rooms - arena - small round yard - Large machinery shed with lock up area, 2 large machinery bays - Comfortable cottage attached to the machinery shed fully self contained - Horse day yards - fenced grazing paddocks - Established trees and gardens
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