Your quiet rural lifestyle awaits you and your family...
This 100 acre property located on the banks of the Bellinger River adjoins the World Heritage New England National Park has over 10 cleared and easily maintainable acres with approx 1.2 Kms of Bellinger River frontage.
Your home and separate guest accommodation are elevated approx. 12 metres above the river and positioned close to the river to take in the entire natural ambience it provides. Both have air conditioning and wood combustion fireplaces for all seasons.
The main house has one large bedroom, with built in wardrobes. The open plan kitchen, complete with granite bench tops, and dining room area create a nice space to converse with the adjoining lounge room inviting you to relax. All rooms have French doors and louvre windows for good lighting and air flow.
A 165 square meter undercover deck which connects to all rooms is an entertaining sanctuary and allows you to look over the river to the south and truly appreciate your environmental property.
Your guest accommodation consists of two bedrooms with full bathroom facilities, sliding glass doors onto a north and south facing deck, red mahogany floorboards, ceiling fans, storage space and laundry.
Additional benefits include ADSL2 Broadband, Foxtel and VAST Free to Air Satellite TV.
Outdoor amenities include: A two vehicle lock up Colorbond garage, large storage shed and separate carport and cleared paddocks.
Water is supplied via 9,000 litre pumped rainwater tank and a 22,000 litre gravity fed river water tank with easy to use electric deep well pump.
An orchard of healthy stone fruit trees, magnolias, fenced vegetable/herb patches and a garden as well as many Tallowwood and Turpentine trees and pristine rainforest gullies you will have that National Geographic feel on your own land!
Your property has a council maintained public road to your entrance gate, your road to home runs parallel to the river lined with mature mid north coast trees embraced by stag horns and elk horns - magic.
By the way, did we mention the resident Platypus......?