Covan Valley will offer you quiet rural living with the opportunity to run some livestock plus enjoy bike riding and the wild life at the back of the property including wild deers. The 101 acre property is divided into 6 main paddocks and has 4 dams and head waters of Covan Creek. The timber and steel cattle yards are conveniently located close to the road to make livestock handling a breeze. The 4 bedroom brick home has been well maintained and has 2 generous sized living areas, with wood heater, good kitchen, ensuite, walk in robe & built in robes in other bedrooms and double garage. A highlight of the home is the sun filled enclosed north facing back verandah to catch the early morning warming sun or enjoy a BBQ and a cool beer in the evening. The 17 x 6m colorbond shed has power connected, cement floor ideal for all your farm toys and workshop. The 3m skillion has bird aviary and room for the tractor. This quiet location is 30 minutes from Goulburn and makes an ideal place to call home or weekend getaway.
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