You could own a significant part of Taralga's history, dating back to pioneer days.
* Generous sized bedrooms - 2 upstairs and the 2 downstairs bedrooms both featuring open fireplaces * Large lounge room with 11 foot 6" ceilings with picture rails and gas ambient heater * Spacious dining/sitting room with polished timber floor boards. A great room to soak up that winter sun * Kitchen with electric oven and cooktop with a separate walk in pantry * 1 bathroom 2 toilets with separate outside loo * Breezeway with sitting area in front of the large wood heater * 1800's stone barn with loft and could be renovated back to its former days * Double garage with power
Sitting on 8511m2 or approx 2.1 acres this charming rustic property giving you endless possibilities for that family country lifestyle and also has massive subdivision potential.
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