Built circa1910 and relocated to its present site approximately 20 years ago, this beautiful home still retains many of its original features. Original 11ft pressed metal ceilings and cornices through-out part of the home, Baltic Pine flooring, the kitchen has had a recent sympathetic upgrade , but still retains some original character including the old wood stove (not currently in use). There are Bay windows, French doors and ornate fret work through-out. The laundry has a modern touch, as well as a second toilet and the enclose rear verandah has had a recent rejuvenation, which now boasts a light filled sunroom, plus a sewing room or 4th bedroom.The choice of which rooms are to be used for what purpose is your decision. A wide Verandah around the home offers protection from the elements and affords a lovely space to sit back and look over the dam - just listening to the frogs of an evening is very soothing after a hard days work! The Family bathroom is spacious and boasts dual basins on rustic timber vanity, claw foot bath, shower and toilet. Heating is by way of Ducted reverse cycle through the floor as well as a wood heater in the main living room and also the rear sunroom. A large shed/ workshop with mezzanine floor, a chook shed/yard, extra sundry sheds, veggie gardens' established mature Cypress trees, plus fruit trees and lots of easy care grassed yard space. The balance of the 20 acre (8 Hectares) is suitable for grazing stock or horses. All in all a very rare opportunity to purchase such a unique property. There is much more to this property than what's been disclosed .Call today to book you private inspection - you wont want to leave !
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