This highly sought-after lifestyle property will impress you from the moment you step inside and are greeted by soaring ceilings, light, space and striking granite stone feature walls.
80 Burkes Hills Road in Braidwood is an architecturally designed solar-passive home set on 100 acres of land, featuring polished concrete floors throughout, generous open-plan living, a lounge with combustion fireplace and a feature stone wall, cosy window seats and a library nook (the perfect spot to relax with a novel).
Belle Property real estate agent Kelly Allen said the home had a great combination of features.
“The home is solar passive which is very popular at the moment and means it will be warm during the colder months,” she said.
“It is also nestled into the land with some amazing views, which makes for a great combo.”
Built in 2012 by builder Mark Osarek from Mojo Constructions, the home is set in an established garden offering spectacular vistas of the distant mountain range.
The modern kitchen, which flows out onto a screened entertainment area, boasts a stone breakfast bench and a beautiful Falcon Classic oven.
The master suite is to die for and has a walk-in robe, elegant ensuite and sunken bath. There are two additional good-sized bedrooms, a modern main bathroom and a large mud room/laundry.
Set on 100 acres of native bushland with 20 acres of cleared land offering the new owner a wildlife corridor and space to meander, bush walk or motorbike, it’s suitable for horses or sheep. There are five fully fenced paddocks, five dams plus a spring-fed dam.
Kelly said the home’s space and natural light were fantastic
“I think my favourite things about the house are how much open space there is and how bright it all is. It makes the house feel very inviting,” she said.
The block backs onto Jinglemoney Road, allowing easy access to the Shoalhaven River with deep sandy swimming holes, making it the perfect spot for countless family adventures. The bushland is home to flora and fauna, including peppermint eucalyptus, shy echidnas, wombats and wallabies.
Moving outside, you will find an extra-large double garage with internal access through a breezeway, a stand-alone double garage with an animal shelter, plus two additional animal shelters.
Some other features include assorted fruit trees, a veggie patch, a chook pen and a garden shed.
Located just 10 km from historic Braidwood on a sealed road, this special home offers a stylish off-grid and sustainable lifestyle combined with spacious living.
Original Article published by Aiden Rothnie on Riotact.