This Bombala River frontage hideaway is just perfect for those that are seeking some solitude while living in comfort.
The land offers a lovely mixture of country. On one side of the council road is 65 acres (approx) of heavy timber country (recently burned in a bushfire). On the other side of the road is 35 acres (approx) which is mostly open grassland with clumps of majestic granite boulders and gums on the low hills.
The owner takes leisurely strolls through this picturesque landscape to the inviting water holes of the Bombala River. The shady picnic spots are shared with Wallabies, Wombats, Kangaroos and the birdlife.
The cottage is a “Charmer”. Internally it boasts a lovely use of timber. Which provides a feeling of warmth.
The kitchen/dining room has a timber gable ceiling while the lower living room (6 × 7.5m) has a stone washed timber ceiling and abundant natural light.
There are two bedrooms and a sleep out in the utility/sewing room. Bathroom, 2 toilets and laundry.
The exterior is mostly “Colorbond”
The metal shed (9 × 6m) has 2 roller doors, electricity connected and a front carport/verandah (9 × 3m).
Services – Include mains electricity, landline telephone, solar power back to the grid, mail twice per week, school bus at Cathcart, Bibbenluke.
Water is from 2 × 22000 litre tanks.
Council Rates – $800 per annum
Comment – Rarely do properties with so many appealing features come on to the market. I expect that you will feel the same way after you inspect it.
Price – $420,000
Agent – Don Menchin 0413 028 795
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