This beautiful home is set on just over 8 acres of bushland you would find on a movie set.
The front section of the property has cleared, flat areas that rise up the the house. Beyond the house is a large aviary with its own water tank, concrete floor and secure wiring.
The block rises up to the top boundary through native trees and huge rock overhangs, a rock cave and a rainwater gully which winds its way down the side of the property into a remnant rainforest section. The owners have walking trails, small bridges and pipework which takes bore water up the hill to taps, and hoses can be run even further beyond. The bore pumps 3,000 gallons per hour and has been tested as potable. There is also an additional rainwater tank on the shed. With an abundance of water, the owners have planted mangoes, citrus and nuts trees as well as replanting many, many natives to preserve the natural bushland for the miriad of birds and wildlife that frequent the property.
All this and a solid, comfortable home with natural light and a deck around three sides of the house.
The ensuited master bedroom and a second bedroom have sliding doors to the deck.
All 3 bedrooms have built-in robes.
With insulation in the ceiling, air conditioning, ceiling fans, a wood heater and built higher up off the valley floor, this home is cool in summer and warm in winter.
The spotted gum floorboards and English oak kitchen cabinetry give this home a real homestead feel. It is immaculate and homely.
If you appreciate nature, you will be surprised at every turn.
Photographs cannot do this home and property justice. Please call to inspect to avoid disappointment.