Solar passive, north facing mud brick home on 45.34 HA (112 acres approx..) of light native Australian bush with good cleared patches perfect for horse riding, motor bikes or exploring on foot. Located only 7 minutes (approx.) to historic Braidwood and in summer you can take a leisurely stroll down Jinglemoney Lane and take a dip in the Shoalhaven River with the kids and dog.
THE HOUSE built in 2004, features large double glazed Western Red Cedar windows overlooking the garden and landscape. The generous open plan north facing living room offers a modern galley style kitchen, lounge, dining and sitting area which opens onto a covered deck. There are three spacious bedrooms with built ins and modern bathroom. The guest studio works well as a 4th bedroom with bathroom or could also be used as an art studio.
THE LAND is low maintenance, light native Australian bush with cleared areas, dam, horse shelter and riding yard. It is suitable for a herd of sheep/ goats or a few horses.
SHEDDING There are two large sheds, the main shed is 6 m x 15m (approx.) and has 4 bays, two with roller doors and extra lock up storage attached to the front. The 2nd shed is currently a small sleep out/ teenager's retreat or can be used as storage.
OTHER FEATURES include 3 KW solar system connected to mains power, 110,000 litre in ground cement water tank, solar hot water with wet back stove, good internet via NBN fixed wireless and good mobile reception.
Open by private inspection only, phone Braidwood's premium agent Kelly Allen on 0466 632 696
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Kelly Allen LIVES and PROUDLY works in beautiful Braidwood and has personally managed and SOLD 150+ properties in the Braidwood region. Kelly is a LICENSED STOCK and STATION agent and services the RESIDENTIAL and RURAL community; call Kelly today to find out what your home is worth in today's market! PHONE 0466632696
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