COUNTRY LIVING AMONG THE BIRD AND WILDLIFE DOESN’T GET ANY BETTER THAN THIS!
First time offered in over 22 years, this beautiful family home is waiting for its new ‘forever family’ to come and enjoy the peace and serenity, raise the family and impress friends and family with the outdoor living.
Located in a cul-de-sac, this impressive two storey home is so pleasing to the eye, with its vaulted roof line and pretty ‘dolls-house’ look. The wide, tiled verandah offers you a great sense of space and once inside, the formal entry confirms the feeling homeliness and family.
Tiled on the lower floor throughout, there are down lights, in-wall air conditioner, one of three in the home and open plan lounge room and meals area. The lounge room and master bedroom is equipped with stylish plantation shutters. The classic galley style, timber kitchen offers plenty of bench top space and overlooks the adventurous rear gardens, with mature hedges and shrubs.
Bedroom one features carpet, in-wall air and spacious walk-through wardrobes with mirrored doors, leading to the én-suite, which has been freshly painted and tiled in slate.
Pop up the stairs you’ll find two more bedrooms, cathedral ceilings on the landing upstairs and main bathroom, with its ornate, cast-iron claw-foot bath. All the upstairs has carpets. The second bedroom has the third in-wall air-con unit and fitted double robes with tall-boy. The third bedroom faces south, so open the window for that cool breeze in the summer and there are two built-in spaces for clothing needs.
The side of the property has a carport, leading to secure garaging for two more cars in tandem. Yet, the real glory is in the outside entertaining, with ample space for gathering with large families or friends for happy memories throughout those long, hot summer evenings. Planning a party in winter? No problem, a fully functioning pot-belly wood heater will keep you cosy and provide a unique gathering place. The easily accessible laundry even provides a third toilet, for convenience.
There is yet more shedding, including a workshop with power and a teenage retreat that is lined with ceiling insulation. There is also a veggie garden, chook run and a variety of fruit trees, including lemon, mandarin, pomegranate, fig and almond. The level, fully fenced block has the most tranquil rural outlook, with a private aspect.
• 3 large bedrooms, carpets and built ins to all
• Walk-through robe and én-suite to the Master
• Timber kitchen flowing out to and meals area, ample bench-top space
• Lounge room with air-con, down lights and tiles, blend of plantation shutters and Venetian blinds
• Massive covered entertaining area, power, pot-belly wood heater
• Secure garaging, workshop with power to the shed and separate teenage retreat
• Mature shrubs, trees, hedges and fruit trees
• Rural backdrop, fully fenced, large level block in a cul-de-sac location, school opposite
• 13kms to Picton, 17kms to MacArthur Square, 700m to trains on the Sydney to Goulburn line
Big blocks this close to Sydney, or even this close to MacArthur are becoming few and far between. Come and grab a truly lovely slice of creation, while you can. Talk to us today or come to the Property Launch, you don’t want to miss this one! Call Peter Hunt, Wollondilly resident for almost 20 years on 02 4656 1929 to consult with us on all your property needs.
The villages of the Wollondilly region – including Picton, Thirlmere, Buxton and the surrounds retain the tranquillity of small country towns. The region’s farms and villages, natural attractions and vast wilderness areas are a haven for nature-loving visitors.
Discover Douglas Park, surrounded by low hills, pasture and bush land. To the south of the town, the Nepean River runs through a rocky gorge and is a great place to take the family swimming or canoeing. Douglas Park is a true country village boasting St Mary’s Towers Monastery, one of the oldest complexes of heritage buildings in the Wollondilly Shire.
Located just over an hour from Sydney, just over 200kms from Canberra and 60kms to Wollongong’s beaches the locale has always been a major draw card as the gateway to the Southern Highlands.
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