Property ID: 19498326
On arrival, any daily troubles are swiftly replaced by the realisation that that life feels private and peaceful here.
Well located to capture the far reaching views from the lower undulating country to the steeper rising country – there is good grazing from three main paddocks.
This 2013 built, Hickinbotham home offers a great floor plan, excellent proportion and 9’ ceilings – the large windows from the open plan living area take in the fabulous views. The layout is the the ‘Hamilton Alfresco’ design.
The front of the home offers an excellent family size open plan living area. The modern kitchen with island bench, Westinghouse gas oven and gas hot plates, dishwasher plus double sink will certainly impress – and wait until you see the walk in pantry! Huge!
The open plan family area also links to a dedicated study area. further along, the hallway leads the the three bedrooms on the eastern end of the home. Two of the bedrooms offer built in robes, and one with a walk in robe. These three bedrooms enjoy shared ownership of the three way, family bathroom.
The rear of the home offers a separate large formal lounge area adjacent to the master bedroom with walk in robe and large en-suite bathroom.
This idyllic hills hideaway is entirely off the grid with a 4.5KVA solar battery system, together with a 5KW inverter and a petrol standby generator. The hot water service is now gas and there is also a electric system with its own solar panel (not currently in use).
The home offers evaporative ducted air-conditioning throughout and there is a slow combustion fire in the open plan living area. Parking consists of a double carport under the main roof and extra roof area which could easily convert to extra residential living and or partly enclosed outdoor entertaining.
Rain water is supplied by two 22,000 litre tanks next to the home – this water is then pumped up to another 22,000 litre tank on much higher ground – thus providing gravity feed pressure to the house.
The huge Eco shed with curved roof, providing undercover area of some 540sqm is part of the approval for sheep (5 batches at 600 head) feed lot. Both EPA and Council approved. To compliment this facility is a significant area planted to Eyres Green Saltbush – a hardy variety of Saltbush. There is yet another 22,000 litre collection tank – 100mils of rain water taken from the roof area provides 54,000 litres (i.e. capable of twice filling the tank). Also there are two main dams on the property – one of which provides water most of the year.
Literally 100 meters from the bitumen – a short run out of Callington to commute to Adelaide or Murray Bridge, from either the Old Princess Highway or the South Eastern Freeway.
|Land Area||80.0 acres|
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