Escape the hustle and bustle, and enjoy a lovely quiet rural lifestyle, just 20 minutes from Goulburn, in the peaceful surrounds of Parkesbourne.
Featuring a welcoming Western Red Cedar home with four bedrooms, and verandah all round, you can sit on your front deck and lap up the wonderful views of dams and rolling pastures.
All bedrooms have built-in robes, and are of generous proportions.
Spacious living, freshly painted, with separate dining and quality blackwood timber kitchen.
Beautiful timber raked ceilings, two bathrooms; large slow combustion fire and instant reverse cycle air, for year round comfort.
The 100 acre property has quality soil, 10 paddocks, 3 dams and 4 troughs, dam fed, via a 22,500 litre header tank.
Well set up for horses, with 7-9 stables watered from an attached 22,500 litre water tank; tack and feed room; a 25m x 60m, fully fenced arena and steel fenced portable round yard.
Would suit other pursuits such as sheep and alpacas, or a small herd of cattle. Included are portable sheep yards and cattle yards, with vet crush, head bail and openings on all sides.
Twin-tank septic system has recently been certified for another 7 years.
There is a good mix of cleared land and timbered areas, with plenty of shelters for stock.
Mains power, plenty of tank water, with 110,000 litres to the house.
Plenty of storage and entertaining space, by way of a 14m x 9m American Barn, with four separate areas inside, including a mezzanine floor and a cosy verandah is attached.
Pergola area next to it; a raised 4 bay machinery shed, double garage and double carport near the house.
A 3-bay Carrington kennel provides quality accommodation for dogs, but would be suitable for other interests as well.
Approximately 20 mins from Goulburn, 1 hour from Canberra and an hour-40 minutes drive to Campbelltown.
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