An easy 40 minutes from Canberra, this 49 hectare property is set amongst rolling hills and bushland and boasts two approved residences; the main homestead with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and the second residence with 3 bedrooms and ensuite. Both houses are in excellent condition and feature wrap around verandahs, wood burner fireplaces and solid timber flooring. This property will suit those seeking a second residence for extended family or an additional rental income.
Excellent horse infrastructure and shedding along with good water across the block means that all the hard work is done. Only a 10 minute commute to Gundaroo, Gunning and the Hume Highway, surround yourself with the peace and tranquility only a rural property can provide. Bring the relatives or bring your friends as both residences offer great separation and privacy and offer the potential for a very affordable investment.
- Main house - 4 bed, 2 bath, 2 living areas, reverse cycle - Main house - currently leased at $495/week - Main house - 4 bay carport/shed, dog run - 2nd house - 3 bed, ensuite, 2 living areas, wood burner - 2nd house - currently leased at $450/week - 2nd house - 2 bay carport and enclosed shed - Frontage to 5 Mile Creek, 3 dams across block - Horse arena, round yards, hay shed, vegetable gardens - Big shed with office/kitchenette, convert half to stables readily - Large hay shed and tanks with elevated ramp for loading - Current subdivision underway
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