Surrounded by green rolling pastures and scenic views lies a beautifully renovated homestead with numerous outbuildings. Your dream life starts here where all the hard work has been done.
Set on 12.6 acres of well fenced paddocks, the homestead was built in 1946 and has been lovingly maintained and tastefully renovated over the years in keeping with the heritage. The ruins of the original paddock stone cottage built circa 1870 also remain on the property.
An entertainer’s dream, the Tudor style front has a returned verandah that widens into a large paved fully enclosed pergola/carport with ziptrak blinds at the rear of the home.
Inside, the home offers loads of living space. The formal lounge features French doors, opening out onto front verandah with stunning views. The family room has slow combustion heating for winter and a ceiling fan for summer. Large rooms and traditional high ceilings give a feeling of space that is maximised in each room.
The spacious kitchen has had a full renovation with plenty of bench space, walk-in floor to ceiling pantry, electric oven and hotplates, dishwasher, and double sink. There is room for the whole family around the kitchen table or plenty of guests.
Three double bedrooms are all carpeted with blinds and built-in’s in the master. The third bedroom is currently utilized as a craft room. A separate office with built in cupboards allows plenty of flexibility in the floor plan.
Mornings are made simple in the powder room with double basins while the separate bathroom features double shower, step up 7 jet spa bath and toilet. Practicality was the driver for the mud room at the back door and second toilet opposite the laundry.
Outside is a hobbyist’s dream, with extensive shedding and space to play. The 3-bay Colorbond barn with mezzanine floor is 12m x 9m and is complemented by the former dairy, stone garage and other storage sheds. Store your cars or bikes or convert to stables for a horse-lover’s paradise.
Perfectly located with only 7 minutes to Millicent, 30 minutes to the regional centre of Mount Gambier and 45 minutes to the famous Coonawarra wine region. Make this property either your family home or spread out and enjoy your chosen hobby.
GENERAL PROPERTY INFO
Property Type: Small acreage
Zoning: Primary Production
Council: Wattle Range Council
Year Built: 1946
Renovations: 1993,1997, 2000
Land Size: 5.09ha 12.6ac
Aspect front exposure: South
Water Supply: Rainwater and Bore water
Certificate of Title Volume 6031 Folio 449