If you crave a country lifestyle with space for a horse and chickens and to grow your own food, this sharply-priced property is a hidden gem. The bespoke-design home sits hidden from the road on almost three park-like acres with stables, a powered workshop, space for an arena and the Bridle Trail at the rear boundary. An expanse of open-plan living, generous bedrooms and an elevated verandah offering gorgeous natural views draw a picture of ‘home’ with heart and charm.
3 bedrooms 1 bathroom
2004-built Hardi and iron
OP kitchen meals/family
Verandah & 2-car carport
Powered Colorbond shed
Stables, walkout, yard
Fenced fruit trees chook run
2.94 acres private parkland
Bridle trail rear boundary
An established estate on the outskirts of town delivers convenience and a sense of privacy; extensive infrastructure supports rural pursuits, and a home designed for its setting ensures a sense of serenity and balance. True to the rituals of country living, access to the home is via the large, well-appointed kitchen set to one end of the open-plan living zone. Extensive glazing fills this space with natural light and frames iconic views of the surrounding landscape.
An L-shaped island with an integrated breakfast bar defines the kitchen. A sweep of stone-look benchtop surrounds the oven, and cream-fronted cabinets, drawers and a 4-door pantry provide ample storage. Two pairs of doors link the open plan to a verandah spanning one face of the home; this elevated, outdoor living space is an idyllic, shaded spot to gaze out to a distant ridge at the horizon.
French doors can divide the living zone and create a separate media room or formal entertaining area. Ducted evaporative cooling, reverse cycle units and a slow combustion fire offer a welcoming environment year-round.
Three spacious bedrooms – the main with semi-ensuite access to the family bathroom – boast ample storage.
Much of country living focuses on outdoor activity. Horse lovers are well served by stables, with walkout yards, a feed and tack room, and access to the Bridle Trail at the rear boundary. A powered workshop, raised vegetable beds, fruit trees, and a chicken run inspire country pastimes, while solar panels and scheme water bring modern convenience.
This sharply-priced and attractive property makes the dream of county life a reality. A short trip from all the amenities of town and ideally situated for easy access to the Great Eastern Highway, this is a rarely offered opportunity that balances privacy, space and convenience.
To arrange an inspection of this property, call Ken Wiggins on 0403 012 950.