The homestead, sitting atop one of the highest hills in the area, enjoys 360 degree views of the beautiful countryside and the nightlights of Goulburn. Just imagine the sunrises and sunsets!
It impresses with high ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, and French doors, filling the home with natural light
Rooms are large and well proportioned, with two separate living areas: a large lounge room, and an open plan family. Dining and kitchen, plus a powder room, an under stair cellar, double door hallway storage and a laundry on the lower level.
The kitchen has quality stainless steel appliances, a large corner pantry and an island breakfast bar.
Upstairs are three oversize bedrooms, the master is palatial, with outstanding views, an ensuite, a wall of built-in wardrobes, a large walk in robe and opens to the balcony. The bedrooms have large built-ins and there is a toy room.
With internal entry to the double garage it could be converted to a large fourth bedroom with ensuite.
Two slow combustion wood fires, reverse cycle air conditioners and ceiling fans provide climate comfort throughout the seasons.
A separate, newly built shed has room for a tractor and two vehicles and has a high roller door, plus an attached studio/gym room.
Approximately 20kms from town, a comfortable 15 minute drive from Goulburn, this is good grazing land with easy rolling topography, fenced into four paddocks with kangaroo fencing on two boundaries, five dams and beautiful stands of mature eucalypts. Good tracks provide excellent access throughout.
With the homestead set back in the middle of the block, about 1km from the road, your peace and privacy is assured.
Suited for multiple purposes, horse, alpacas, cattle etc., or just as a wonderful escape from the big cities.
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