DON’T MISS OUT… ACREAGE IS SELLING QUICKLY!
Where else can you find a homestead of this size and quality, with a family home, various improvements and yet so close to Sydney, Wollongong’s beaches and the Southern Highlands?
We are excited to present this truly ‘one of a kind’ property, built with a European flair and solidly built to outlast anything being built today. Three bedrooms all have custom robes built in, with carpets and there’s an easy option for a potential fourth bedroom.
The kitchen is a hand-built, cedar masterpiece with LP Gas stove cooktop and plenty of cupboard space. The main bathroom is ornate and spacious and is fully tiled, from floor to ceiling.
The floating timber floor is a feature throughout, as is the raked ceilings with exposed beams. Your heating comes from an Italian, hand-built combustion fireplace which is a definite conversation piece. Behind it is the genuine stone chimney breast, that extends all the way to the roofline, to keep you and family warm through winter. The ceiling and walls are insulated too. The adjacent bar is also handmade and compliments the lifestyle.
Outside is a large covered entertaining area with BBQ nook, overlooking the acres of lovely green pasture to the front. The dam is currently almost to capacity and there is a huge barn shed with partial concrete slab in the style of yesterday’s Australiana era, found to the front of the property, along the tree lined driveway.
A second brick outbuilding serves many functions including as a secure double garage, storage, study and laundry which has a second shower and could easily accommodate the installation of a second toilet, if you wish.
The main residence sits on a concrete slab which is twice the size of the home, being next to a massive, open plan workshop space, but gives rise also to the distinct possibility of extending to create a massive family home, if you desired.
The paddocks have been recently made with farm fencing, gates and heavy duty timber posts. The dam and adjoining paddock is also fully fenced, to make sure the little ones can’t wander around the property too far:
Three bedrooms with built-in robes and carpets, possible fourth bedroom
Australian Cedar kitchen with LPG cooktop, plenty of cupboard space
Floating timber floors throughout, open plan living, Insulated walls and ceiling
Raked ceilings and exposed beams a feature, beautiful Italian fireplace with stone chimney breast
Workshop on the same re-enforced concrete slab, excellent for the tradie
Paved, covered BBQ and entertaining, country outlook
Additional solid brick double garage with remote door, storage options
Laundry, shower and study, possible conversion to separate accommodation
Free standing chook shed, fruit trees and mature shrubs
Town water available to street, plus a massive 300,000 litre underground water tank
Fully fenced, cleared land, pasture improved, huge dam, extensive farm wire paddock fencing
A note for the discerning buyer: the land is level, cleared, pasture improved, with superb run-off and impressive improvements. You would be hard pushed to find anything near this quality in the marketplace, at present. This is your chance to own your own country retreat and yet, so close to all amenities within easy commute. What else could you ask for?
Don’t delay! Talk with Wollondilly’s LOCAL resident of over 16 years and rated Number One Buxton Agent*, Peter Hunt on 02 4656 1929 or visit www.peterhuntrealestate.com.au and make your enquiry today.
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 Buxton’s unique country lifestyle and excellent climate on offer, yet within easy reach of all amenities. Some buildings built in 1800’s, which is rich in colonial and late-Victorian architecture.
Located just over an hour from Sydney, just over 2hrs from Canberra and 40 mins to Wollongong’s beaches the locale has always been a major drawcard as the gateway to the Southern Highlands.
Please note: Whilst every effort is taken to ensure this description is accurate, we cannot accept responsibility for errors or omissions, if any. We encourage you to make your own relevant enquiries to assist in your decision to buy. Any suggestions made about developments or improvements may be subject to council approval and you should rely on your own research, in this regard. (*According to ratemyagent.com.au)