Kasameeyah – As the sun streams through picture windows, you could mistake this home for a villa in the hills of Tuscany where afternoons are spent sipping wine and soaking up the views. Inspired by their Italian heritage, the owners have created a little slice of Tuscany on 5 1/2 acres just minutes from the shores of Lake Conjola. Built in 2001, the charming main residence features open-plan living, with high ceilings, exposed beams, terracotta tile floors and extensive use of timber creating a warm and inviting space to share with family and friends. In typical Italian style, the kitchen and dining area is the heart of the home and flows onto a spacious lounge room warmed by a beautiful open fireplace. A large upstairs bedroom overlooks rambling cottage gardens, while downstairs, you have a choice of two additional bathrooms, two large bedrooms, both with built-in robes plus another lounge or large office, all with doors opening onto the sunny patio.
As well as the main home, a character-filled 70-year-old renovated cottage offers guest accommodation, with two bedrooms, timber kitchen, lounge with fireplace, bathroom and a sitting room. Ideal for family or as an Airbnb. A carport, plus separate double garage with workshop offer loads of storage space. One dam plus more than 100,000 litres of tank water storage provides enough water for the expansive gardens which include fruit and olive trees, established ornamental trees and two pine trees from Rome! The property has an interesting history and was once home to part of the silica mining operation in Lake Conjola, with remnants of the operation still scattered around the hills, including old machinery which adds to the property’s charm. A five minute drive to historic Milton Village and world-famous Green Island surf break! If you’re seeking a tree change, but Italy’s a bit too far, then find your little piece of Tuscany on the NSW South Coast.
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