"Karyalea" - 48 Productive and Fertile Acres A delightful rural property with a beautifully presented Victorian Home which has been extended and freshly painted and set in a wonderful cottage garden surround on the outskirts of Port Fairy. The home features 3 light and bright bedrooms each with built in robes and new carpets. A central hall way leads from the entrance of the home past bedrooms and family bathroom and opens to two spacious sunfilled living rooms. The kitchen, with relaxing rural outlook, has a lovely open plan design incorporating dining and casual sitting area complete with gas heating. This area opens to a North facing outside entertaining area ideal for family bbqs overlooking garden surrounds. A second spacious living room has a lovely big window overlooking the delightful cottage garden surrounds and is a lovely light room to relax. This room is complete with reverse cycle air-conditioning for additional summer comfort. Period features are a delight throughout the home including, ceiling roses, ornate cornices, original pressed metal ceilings and pine-lining boards. Freshly painted in white tonings with neutral coloured carpet, this home is a delight to inspect. Farming improvements include blue stone stables, loading ramp and yards and 48 acres subdivided into 5 paddocks. This is well known highly fertile late black country - an ideal fattening farmlet. Families and retirees this is a must to inspect - a delightful home very well presented on a very productive and fertile acreage!
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