Stop searching, we’ve found it, arguably the perfect cottage on small acreage in the Jervis Bay region. On a very picturesque 3 acres, set amongst mature liquid amber and magnolia trees sits a remarkably renovated 3 bedroom cottage. Open plan living renovated with a flair for style and rustic heritage creating an ambience of peace and solitude that invites you to relax and enjoy the majesty that a rural setting creates. With 3 individual bedrooms, plus a truly innovative bathroom the home caters for a growing family or for empty nesters looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the big city. Outside the home is surrounded with lawns and a true country garden with plenty of scope for development. The balance of the land has been purposely developed for horses. Currently the resident mares and geldings have their choice of 4 separate paddocks, excellent stables, round yard and separate wash bay. Additional structures are horse float shed, feed and machinery shed plus a shed that doubles as a tack room. This delightful small acreage is offered for sale and will appeal to horse lovers or even for a farm stay holiday rental opportunity. Inspections are strictly by appointment only so call Linda on 0403 437 266 or Patrick on 0418 603 980 to arrange your personal viewing Agency declares interest
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