Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life with this stunning rural property that boasts a modern Kookaburra home built in 2021 as well as a second dwelling (currently run as BnB accommodation). With the main home offering 4 bedrooms and a spacious study, 2 bathrooms and an expansive open plan living space this property offers something for everyone.
At the heart of this home is its expansive open-plan living, dining, and kitchen area, where you can enjoy the stunning rural views of the hills through the many windows within the home. The kitchen is a chef’s delight, featuring a generous walk-in pantry, a 900ml Euro maid oven, 5-burner gas cooktop, stainless steel dishwasher, and room for a double fridge. Stay cozy in the winter months with a slow combustion heater, while floating floors add a touch of elegance. For year-round comfort, the property offers ducted cooling throughout. Step outside to the decked area which features an outdoor fan, perfect for entertaining or simply taking in the rural views that surround the home.
In addition to the main house, a second dwelling (currently run as a bed and breakfast accommodation), features a kitchenette with a 4-burner gas cooktop, an open-plan living and dining area, 2 bedrooms, slow combustion heating, a modern bathroom/laundry, and ceiling fans throughout. Undercover carports provide convenience for your guests as well as it’s own private entrance and circular driveway.
Now, let’s talk about sustainability. The main house is equipped with a 110,000-litre (approx.) rainwater tank and an off-grid PV solar system with a whopping 13.2Kw panel input. The roof sports 40 x 330-watt panels, all backed by 2 x Fronius 5Kw inverters and a substantial 15.4Kwh of battery storage. To ensure uninterrupted power, there’s a 2023 Hyundai DHY9KSEM diesel generator with an 18kVA capacity to ensure the year round comfort of your family.
For the BnB, there are four 30,000-40,000-litre (approx.) tanks, a Selectronic sine wave inverter, and 8 x AGM Deep cycle batteries, each with 450AH. Twelve surface-mounted solar panels contribute to sustainable energy.
The main house’s solar system is designed for average power usage for a family of four, providing both huge savings and peace of mind. Meanwhile, the BnB’s solar setup offers the perfect set up for guests staying for weekly or weekend getaways.
A dam is a further feature of the property and holds water for 7-8 months of the year. A bore is also on site and available (this is not currently in use by the current Vendors).
Don’t miss this chance to own a rural lifestyle property with modern amenities, sustainability, and income potential. Contact us today to schedule a viewing and make this dream property yours.
Contract Sara La Nauze on 0407 775 951.
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- 6 bed
- 3 bath
- 2 Parking Spaces
- Land is 48 acres
- 3 Toilet
- 2 Garage
- 10 Open Parking Spaces
3322 per annum