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INSURE YOUR FUTURE! FIRST TIME OFFERED IN 37 YEARS, this solid hardwood, custom built home is character filled, charming. Inside is a taste of European craftsmanship, while outside hints at the Tudor era of yesteryear, overlooking your very own private, rural estate.
The pasture-improved land is perfect for those looking for lifestyle and hobby farm pursuits, the family looking for peace and quiet or equine enthusiasts looking for quality acreage with more than enough space for stables and tack room. The extended road frontage of approx. 274m could also serve the truckie with ample access and storage possibilities for vehicles, machinery and heavy plant equipment.
After entering the gated driveway, glance over at the huge dam with its wild ducks and abundant birdlife. As you gently wind your way along a tree-lined entry, you’ll find a unique home that is not only family friendly and functional, but is truly one-of-a-kind.
The kitchen is a custom-built Australian Cedar masterpiece, which flows out to the open-plan living area and, with informal dining and with plenty of living space, is spacious and comfortable. The raked ceilings with exposed timber beams are a feature throughout.
An additional living space is with the TV room / formal lounge / rumpus room that creates more living options, which could easily be turned into a fourth bedroom. Other features include an original Italian made, slow combustion fireplace and there is a bespoke, custom bar for entertaining which leads to the paved, covered BBQ area.
Outside, there is a massive 50m x 30m workshop which lends itself to someone looking for work-from-home opportunities if you’re a carpenter, furniture restorer, etc or a tradie looking for ample storage space.
Additionally, there is a separate, solid brick double garage with remote door and large mezzanine level for storage. An office / study / possible additional bedroom retreat also adjoins under the main roof, along with the laundry and a second shower.
Three bedrooms with built-in robes and carpets to all, scope to add fourth bedroom
Hand-built, Australian Cedar kitchen flowing out to spacious informal dining, open living
Formal lounge / TV / rumpus room, floating timber floors, raked ceilings throughout
Idyllic tree-lined driveway, rustic milking shed 60m x 60m with part slab neatly finished
50m x 30m workshop on solid concrete slab
Paved patio with covered entertaining and BBQ area, rural outlook
Hand-made entertainer’s bar, beautiful Italian built wood fireplace
Separate solid brick, double garage with remote door, mezzanine level
Laundry, shower and office / additional bedroom space
LPG gas heating, carpets to all rooms and insulated walls and ceiling
Large free standing chook shed, plum and orange trees
Town water available to street, plus a massive 300,000 litre underground water tank
Fully fenced, cleared land, pasture improved, huge dam ideal for livestock
This property is sure to impress! Perfect for entertaining family and friends, with its scenic outlook, overlooking almost 8 pristine, level acres with perfect gentle slope for superb run-off.
The level land make this an ideal setting for your family to grow up in, for picnics, enjoying the space and perhaps even a swim on those sun-soaked summer days, all on your own property. Along with the fruit trees, Golden Elm and Liquid Amber Elm this property is home to abundant wildlife and is just a part of the appeal of the many, many features of this gorgeous homestead.
Please contact Peter Hunt at Peter Hunt Real Estate for further information on 02 4656 1929.
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 financial and legal enquiries to assist in your decision to buy.