"A true horseman does not look at his horse with his eye, he looks at his horse with his heart".
Located right beside the Worrigee Equestrian Common, this country style home is heart – and horse - centred.
Sprawling over 2.9 acres, the mature garden has plenty of space for little ones to roam and play safely beside their beloved horses. There is so much to discover and enjoy as they frolic about the yard.
The horses love this property equally as much, with a fully enclosed paddock giving them plenty of space to explore, together with stables for shelter and a tack room. There is even a pigeon house and enclosed vegetable garden already in place, plus a double garage with internal access.
Yet this home is more than just a fantastic yard.
Inside the ranch style homestead is a wonderful family sanctuary. With four big bedrooms (with built in and walk in robes), two bathrooms and a rumpus, it's safe to say this home has plenty of space for your family to spread out.
Add the enormous living area with it's timber raked ceiling, a sunroom and rear deck overlooking the common to the mix, and you've found your ideal family home. And there's more!
The large, functional kitchen (with generous pantry), has recently been renovated with warm timbers. This inviting country theme flows throughout the interior and is a perfect complement to the rural lifestyle you will enjoy, surrounded by other similar homesteads, just minutes from the Nowra CBD.
This property truly is a horseman's home with plenty of heart, just waiting for your family to enjoy.
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