A private bush getaway with amazing views, all the land anyone could ever need, and subdivision possibilities … say no more.
Whether you are looking for an incredible family rural residence or sub-dividable land – there are 75 acres at your disposal – 1735 Old Cooma Road in Royalla will have something special to offer you.
Driving down the nature-laden main drive, you wouldn’t even know that the home existed through the beautiful trees and well-established gardens.
Luton Real Estate agent Gabbi Kalthofen says the property has fantastic potential.
“It’s really amazing all the different things you could do: you could subdivide, you could have cattle or livestock. There really is so much potential,” Gabbi said.
“I haven’t seen a block this big for sale in this region, and with the creek running through the property, it’s really an exciting prospect.”
Entering the house, you’ll be greeted by the first of two large living spaces, complete with a brick-laid fireplace.
The master bedroom comes with its own retreat/study, walk-through robe and generous ensuite, spa bath, double vanities and walk-in shower.
The second of four bedrooms has its own ensuite, making it perfect for visitors staying on the property, while the third and fourth bedrooms are great spaces with large windows and built-in-robes.
Complementing the bedrooms in the northern wing of the home is the three-way family bathroom, with a separate powder room, toilet, shower and bathtub.
Living spaces are abundant in the home. Enjoy a more formal setting in the front lounge room or an afternoon in front of the large fireplace.
The sizeable living room toward the back of the home offers a more relaxed space with a built-in bar and access to the quaint courtyard and wrap-around veranda for evening drinks with friends and family.
The huge farmhouse kitchen provides plenty of bench space for cooking large family meals, ample storage and a well-sized pantry.
This unique rural residence also offers a three-bedroom secondary dwelling with two living spaces, a kitchen and combined bathroom/laundry. It could be turned into a second dwelling with some work.
Beyond the front door is the landholding on which it sits. Previously explored by the current owners, there is the potential for further subdivision and land prices are skyrocketing in the region.
The eastern boundary of the property is lined by the Jerrabomberra Creek, offering water rights and a water source to the home and land. There’s also large shedding for machinery, a chicken enclosure and cattle yards so there’s potential to run stock.
Despite its bush setting, Royalla is only a 20-minute drive into the shops, services and eateries of Tuggeranong Town Centre – and it’s 10 minutes to Googong.
The property has its first inspection on Saturday (7 May).
Original Article published by Aiden Rothnie on Riotact.