This 3 bedroom (or 2 bedrooms + office) masonry block split-level Spanish style house is now for sale. Set on 33.18ha (91.95 acres) of undulating land only 8 minutes to town, the property offers privacy and tranquillity. Downstairs the huge kitchen was totally renovated in May 2012 and has new stainless steel appliances. The open-plan dining and lounge area open onto verandahs on 2 sides, and a 2 bay carport. Upstairs there is a large bathroom and laundry combination, and the air-conditioned master bedroom features an ensuite with twin vanity basins, and a bidet and toilet duo. The house is fully tiled with cool and easily maintained slate. There is also a separate 1 bedroom flat/studio with its own bathroom and kitchen, and a large workshop, all fully lockable. 3 large rain water tanks and 1 large dam service the house and surrounding yard, with reticulation on all the gardens with numerous plants of different varieties making it a bird watchers paradise. Over 85 different species of birds have been positively identified. There is even a stone and cement barbeque built in. The house is fully solar powered and feeds back into the grid for extra savings. Being on top of a hill, the property offers 360 degree views of surrounding mountains and the distant ocean. 200 Neam trees and 100 African Mahogany trees have been planted, with the potential for much, much more. A Council approved 4 bay open shed allows room for the boat, tractor and farm machinery. This property is a must to see.
|Address||Price||Property type||Sale type|
|2 Kimberley Street||3||$327,500||House||Sale|
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