Escape the concrete jungle and live the country life without compromise.
Spread over a generous 32.4 hectares, 356 Gooda Creek Road in Murrumbateman has a range of high-end facilities you might expect on a rural estate, and some that will pleasantly surprise, says licensed agent Sophie Luton.
For horse lovers, the property has impressive equestrian facilities, including a 20-metre outdoor round yard, tack room, feed room and a float bay.
For those with a green thumb, there are low-maintenance gardens and an irrigated vegetable garden.
The list goes on … there’s also a putting green, should you prefer golfing to gardening (or a little bit of both).
Sophie says this would be the perfect property for anyone who enjoys the outdoors.
“It’s rare for rural properties to come with such great infrastructure that is already built. A lot of the time, people have to find the farm and then put in this special infrastructure themselves.”
A historic fireplace ‘ruin’ in the front paddock is a unique feature, Sophie says.
“It comes with the property and needs to stay there, but it’s a beautiful feature in its own right,” she says.
“It’s a great place to walk down to or just have a picnic.”
Sophie says 356 Gooda Creek Road is a rare find, given its new build status and amount of creature comforts.
“You could arrive and never feel like you want to leave,” she says.
In the lounge room, you’re welcomed by a Cheminee Phillipe slow-combustion fireplace that is sure to become a popular feature for family and friends on cold nights.
Meanwhile, cooking for family or guests is made that much easier with a breakfast bar and a walk-in butler’s pantry with a sink and dishwasher.
There is also a walk-in wardrobe in the master bedroom, near the double vanity and a free-standing bath in the master ensuite.
“It was a brand new block of land that was developed into this brand new building,” Sophie says.
“Offerings that come with everything already on the property, with nothing added on over time, are rare.”
Among the features at 356 Gooda Creek Road is an alfresco area with a BBQ.
And if you want to relax after a long day, dip in the jacuzzi or cool off in the 12-metre in-ground swimming pool.
A three-car garage with internal access gives easy access into the home and convenience when the weather turns.
The property features four dams, five paddock shelters and six fenced paddocks.
“The home has 360-degree views down to the paddocks and then out the back to the Brindabella and Springrange mountain ranges,” she says.
If the next owners can tear themselves away from their new home, Sophie says Canberra is just a 40-minute drive away.
“I can see a family that wants to live in close proximity to Canberra but who also definitely have an interest in horses, really enjoying this property,” she says.
“This property provides a country lifestyle, but people can still come into the city for schooling or work.
“It’s pretty special that you can feel so far away from life’s stresses but be so close to a big city. Between the home and the surrounding infrastructure, it ticks all the boxes.”
To find out more about 356 Gooda Creek Road in Murrumbateman, call Luton Properties Licensed Agent Sophie Luton on 0410 750 413, or Luton Properties Licensed Agent Richard Luton on 0418 697 844, and be sure to check out all the latest listings on Zango.
Original Article published by Claire Sams on Riotact.