AUGUST 23, 2021
Home of the Week | 97 Tambo Road, Invermay
Set on approximately eight breathtaking acres in Ballarat's most sought-after and tightly held location adjoining the Wombat State Forest is this meticulously crafted family home.
As you meander along the private and winding entrance, through the established Canadian maple trees and between two of the three picturesque dams, you'll be instantly taken aback by the grandeur and elegance of this substantial Invermay residence.
Homes of this stature on the outskirts of Ballarat are now seldom found, with the chance to escape the hustle and bustle of city life at the forefront of buyer's minds.
With panoramic views for approximately 33 kilometres of Ballarat, Mt Emu and the Pyrenees Ranges, the house is a substantial 50 squares under roof (approx.), with a multitude of features.
There are four bedrooms, the spacious master suite including a large walk-in robe, ensuite and private balcony. The remaining three are all double bedrooms.
The spacious formal lounge and dining room has a four-metre vaulted ceiling and an open fireplace. The open plan family room has polished Kauri timber floors, a balcony and wood combustion fire.
The deluxe entertainer's kitchen includes Belgian granite benchtops, quality appliances and a walk-in pantry.
The study is furnished with Brazilian myrtle and there is also a second office/waiting room.
There is a cinema room and spa room (complete with a bathroom and kitchenette/bar area) that leads onto the outdoor area and a 11x4 metre inground pool, which has solar and electric heating and is computer automated. The C-Bus electrical management system comes with an integrated touch screen.
There is a ducted reverse cycle heating and cooling system on both storeys, a ducted vacuum system throughout, a 22 square metre (approx.) wine cellar, a double lock-up garage with direct internal access, and a freestanding three-car carport.
A Colorbond shed houses a self-contained two bedroom unit and there's an additional shed with power. Two solid double brick horse stables have a separate store room and tack room, and there's also a timber yard and work arena.
The extensive native gardens and fruit trees have an integrated watering system and a 12.5k/w back-to-grid solar system. There is also a wastewater treatment plant, an underground bore and substantial tank water storage (approx. 210,000 litres) with an integrated pumping station.
An inspection of this stunning property will not disappoint. Call the agency to arrange your own private inspection.
By ACM - This article first appeared in The Courier
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