On the market for the first time in over 20 years, 12 Berrima Drive in Berrima is a picture-perfect homestead that dreams are made of.
This charming two-story weatherboard cottage is nestled on five acres. It offers four bedrooms, two bathrooms, slow combustion wood fire, solar panels, an 80,000-litre water tank and exposed wooden beams throughout.
Raine and Horne real estate agent Rowena Bendror says the home has breathtaking countryside views.
“I think one of the best things about the home is the fantastic rural views you get just from looking out the window,” Rowena says.
“It’s a great little home for a tree change or country escape.”
Entering this charming home, you’re greeted by the stunning cathedral ceilings and exposed wooden beams – a recurring theme throughout the light-filled home.
A newly renovated kitchen flows onto a meals nook and sitting area that can be closed off with double doors from the lounge room which features a slow combustion fire.
The home’s wide wrap-around veranda can be accessed from the kitchen and lounge room, offering the perfect spot to relax and take in the rural views.
On the ground floor, you’ll find the master bedroom complete with a walk-in closet and separate ensuite. The remaining three bedrooms are all found upstairs.
Beyond the home are your five hectares, surrounded by nature with room to relax and plenty of space to add a shed or workshop (why not both?)
Rowena says the cathedral-style ceilings are a great feature.
“My favourite part of the house is the cathedral-style ceilings. They add so much to the feel of the home, and they’re just nice to have,” she said.
This truly wonderful rural holding with unlimited potential would be an ideal family home, weekender, or even an Airbnb offering the perfect country escape.
Located in historic Berrima, this amazing home is just minutes from Berrima town centre and local wineries. It’s an easy 10-minute drive to Bowral and Mittagong and is about 90 minutes from Sydney.
Original Article published by Aiden Rothnie on Riotact.