Overlooking the magnificent Wandiligong Valley is this cottage nestled on the site that one of the early pioneers to the valley first constructed their hut on. The remnants of the hut are still preserved on the property with its split log cladding and internally lined kerosene tin walls. The home proper consists of three bedrooms downstairs with a fourth bedroom/office and two bathrooms upstairs. A huge open plan kitchen/dining/living area downstairs as well as a library and formal lounge area complete with authentic open fireplace there are a further two sitting rooms one of which has a combustion heater insert. The kitchen boasts a solid timber kitchen, a traditional wood combustion stove (as well as a gas stove) double sink and a huge walk-in pantry. There is also a laundry with shower and powder room on the ground floor. The property has been freshly carpeted throughout the downstairs areas. Outside you will find a very well established garden with towering shade trees and various established fruit and nut trees on a 1.5 acre freehold. A further 40 acres of grazing lease land is offered with this property. Lose yourself in the wonder of this tranquil property and enjoy the views over majestic â€˜Wandiâ€™ Valley.
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