A charming, professionally and sympathetically renovated homestead, offering multifaceted accommodation and presenting a unique lifestyle opportunity for a variety of pursuits.
A notable feature of the large acreage property is the horse status and the consent to accommodate up to 25 horses on the property. Previously the training facility for a renowned South Australian stable, the property has ties to successful equestrian pursuits.
The home and indeed the property has been extensively improved in recent years without jeopardising the character of the circa 1890’s build. The care taken during renovations has enhanced the historic appeal of the property, whilst providing modern amenities for today’s lifestyle expectations.
The main homestead offers three double size bedrooms, all with built in fire places, timber floors, lofty ceilings and ducted air-conditioning. The dedicated lounge room with in built, slow combustion log fire links directly to the modern kitchen with gorgeous feature stone wall, handcrafted cast iron shelves, stone bench tops, large electric oven with gas stove top and a dishwasher. The kitchen then links to the original section of the home quoted as being circa 1860. Now utilised for dining, the room presents re-pointed feature stone walls, match board ceilings and timber floor.
The master bedroom links directly to a private completely transformed en-suite bathroom with underfloor heating, separate bath, shower and toilet. The main bathroom has also been transformed and offers laundry facilities accessed via the rear character rich entrance / mud room.
To the rear of the home is a two roomed stone outbuilding, and further along a transformed studio or home office, complete with split-system air-conditioning, and phone and internet connections. The stone building oozes character with a timber lined ceiling and hefty exposed timber beams, interior painted walls and paved flooring.
Shedding on the property is superb and consists of a range of garaging, plus further vehicle and implement sheds, hay sheds, stables, tack room, feed room and stock shelters (Please ask the agent for a copy of the technical information brochure for further details).
Notable additions to the property include an 8KW solar system with 32 panels, and x2 inverters, a 60m x 20m fenced dressage arena, 15m round yard, wash bay and crush. There are also fixed cattle yards and a stock loading ramp plus some fixed and semi portable sheep yards.
Paddocks include day yards, large grazing paddocks and upgraded pastures also suitable for hay cutting. Fencing to the property has been replaced and upgraded, and with the clever use of raceways – relocating stock is an easier process.
Water to the property is significant and should not be understated. Mains water is also connected to the property and there is a functioning bore quoted as pumping 3500 gallons per hour. The dam also has provisioning for the bore to be pumped into it. Water catchment and storage is by way of a huge header tank fed from the bore of some 600,000 litres (approx), and a 22,500 litre poly tank at the home. Rain water catchment includes x3 22,500 litre poly tanks which feed off of the home and another tank feeds off of the rear hay shed.
A unique, well maintained property which has been transformed and improved beyond measure – you will not be disappointed.
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|Number of sales||17|
|Median Rental Price||$300 p.w.|
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