For Sale


"Lynnlee" is a truly inspired architectural masterpiece that provides optimum privacy and style. Immersed in a tranquil setting of a little over 1.5 acres of the most beautiful and enchanting gardens I have ever visited. Built in 1909 of double brick construction with a weather board section towards the rear, total of 18 rooms incorporating and featuring, wide entrance hallway, formal lounge room, pressed metal ceilings, 5-6 bedrooms, main with ensuite, adjacent dressing room, large north facing family living room with attached dining area, opening to outdoor entertainment area. Kitchen with three Miele ovens, dishwasher and skylight. Back hallway leads to large second living room having its own access, adjoining bedroom, bathroom and is secluded from main home area. This home has a total of three bathrooms, three living areas, heating & cooling is from reverse cycle air-conditioning, open fires, slow combustion ducted heater and ceiling fans. Wide verandahs surround the home and overlook and open onto the incredible "Lynnlee" gardens. "The garden photographs say it all" There is also a large underground tank and an above ground tank, taking rain runoff, also the advantage of a good water bore (gardens are on a watering system) A grand family residence or lifestyle property defined by traditional themes and historical architecture. Three and a half hours from Sydney and a little under two from Canberra, Orange and Wagga Wagga, this rare offering and is totally unique, perfect location for a Bed and Breakfast, home business, relaxation retreat (STCA) or a stunning residential home.

To find out more about this 5 bedroom house for sale at 45 Taylor Road, Young, contact Colin Durham from LJ Hooker - YOUNG by clicking the email or telephone icons above.

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