Lot 43 Kelman Estate 2 Oakey Creek Road,PokolbinNSW2320
Block size: 3820 m² approx.
LIFE COULDN'T BE BETTER!
Feel at one with the vineyard from this lovely home set on 3820 m2 or just short of an acre, where there are beautiful outlooks from every room.
The broad staircase is a welcoming entrance to an extensive and useful deck which is very much an extension of the 2 living areas and master bedroom. Timber doors open into a gorgeous open plan living/dining kitchen area, your attention drawn immediately to gorgeous wide timber floorboards, high raked ceilings and loads of natural light.
The kitchen fitting well with the style of the home, having a country feel, marble tiled tops and Ilve and Miele appliances to add that quality finish.
Both bathrooms are earthy and feature Bowral clay basins, the ensuite, possessing a very alluring large oval tub.
Each bedroom has doors to the verandahs, built -in robes and ceiling fans.
Set apart from the open plan living space is an intimate living space which makes you dream of those cooler winter days and nights curled up in front of the wood fire with a glass of a Kelman Vineyard red.
Out the back is lock-up storage and a double carport for your vehicles and still plenty of room for your four-legged friend, veggie gardens or for children to run around.
This is a life changing property choice which can only be further enhanced with the facilities that surround you both within Kelman and within the Pokolbin and Lovedale areas such as wineries, restaurants, golf courses, concert venues etc.
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