Only 5 minutes from Kyneton, and behind the hedge, the canopy of trees, stunning garden and large lake like dam, this 36 acre (approx.) farmlet has a big lifestyle potential.
Beginning with an 1890's cottage and a 1930's extension, the current owners have remained true to the property's beginnings.
The weatherboard home contains the original cottage area. Reminders of its' history have been kept with the kitchen cupboards built from the original lining boards and the family room with the exposed original weatherboards, all offering the softness of a time gone, but with everything you need for modern living including solar power and a heat transfer hot water system.
The house has a formal living area with the much loved feel of a traditional farm, warmed with the ease of gas log fire and the dining area, with polished boards, large enough for long lunches with family and friends.
There are two bedrooms, both queen sized, two bathrooms, study and the kitchen/family room as described above.
In a corner of the garden is a separate cottage with two rooms, bathroom and kitchenette.
The current owners are gardeners, and the photos say it all, with the privacy of the hedges, the large trees, the small private nooks, the abundance of greenery, fruit trees, vegetable patch, the chook sheds and the array of beautiful garden beds and shrubs and of course the lake (dam).
The variety of sheds includes a large machinery shed, stables and tack room. There are 9 paddocks, a ménage, round yard, and abundance of water including tank, bore and dams. The property has areas of both red and black soils.
This little farm has everything you want, is incredibly beautiful and we think a rare beast.
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