Birds chirping, cicadas clicking, frogs croaking, wombats foraging, echidnas hiding and wallabies watching.... Looking for that feeling of being a million miles from anywhere? Located in the nearby region of Charleys Forest, only 25 minutes (approx.) from historic Braidwood. You will feel a million miles from anywhere in this secluded and private brick home which is surrounded by the natural Australian bush and alive with the sounds of nature. 991 Charleys Forest Road is situated on 187 acres and offers 60 acres (approx.) cleared grazing land.
THE HOUSE features a wrap around verandah, quintessentially Australian perfect for wasting the days away listening to the birds. There is a generous lounge room with a grand open fireplace, original basic kitchen and dining room with combustion fireplace opening onto the wide deck which over looks the bush and creek below. There are three double bedrooms, original ensuite and original bathroom with sunken spa bath. There is an additional sleep out room which would work well for a kids bunk room in the warmer months.
THE LAND is 187 acres (approx.) and features a creek running through the north end of the property and three dams. The land is approx. 60 acres (approx) cleared and would suit cows, horses or sheep. The balance of the land is natural bush perfect to explore on foot, horseback or motorbike.
OTHER FEATURES include 3 bay machinery shed with 4th lock up bay, basic cattle yards, three car port shed near house, garden and wood shed, good sized cement water tank (size unknown), land phone line, satellite internet and TV, main power and septic tank.
To view THE TREE CHANGE phone Kelly Allen, Luton's Braidwood specialist on 0466 632 696
Kelly Allen LIVES and PROUDLY works in beautiful Braidwood and has personally managed and SOLD 130+ properties in the Braidwood region. Kelly is a LICENSED STOCK and STATION agent and is BASED in Braidwood, enabling her to service RESIDENTIAL and RURAL properties; call Kelly today to find out what your home is worth in today's market!
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