Tucked away in a private location, this amazing property offers space, tranquillity and stunning mountain views.
Featuring seven bedrooms and four bathrooms, this magnificent two-storey home in Braidwood includes ducted underfloor gas heating, licensed bore with irrigation, assorted fruit trees, a veggie patch alongside a standalone cabin, and shedding.
The house has a combined kitchen, living and dining area, with a library-style sitting room adjacent and opening out onto a north-facing entertainment deck boasting distant mountain views and mesmerising sunsets.
For a property with so many highlights, Belle Property real estate agent Kelly Allen cited the Great Room as a standout.
“Probably my favourite part of the house itself is the Great Room. It’s got this massive vault ceiling and an amazing fireplace. It really stands out for me,” she said.
In the main house, you’ll find five bedrooms, two with ensuites, a loft bedroom that every child will adore, and a dedicated study.
The property covers 64 hectares across five paddocks with two dams, four spring-fed ponds, a seasonal creek, plus a large spring-fed lake with a jetty that’s perfect for a summer swim.
Various ecosystems can be found, including lush bush with grassy undergrowth, rolling hillsides of bushland teeming with wildlife, and grazing paddocks.
If you’ve got a passion for history, stand on Clarke’s Hill and look back in time to where notorious bushrangers camped out.
The shedding on the property includes a sizeable lock-up machinery shed with plenty of workshop or storage space alongside a carport and an old farm shed near the cattle yards with two old-style stables.
This property’s final card up its sleeve is its standalone cabin, a solid timber, cozy, single-room cabin currently being used as a sewing room/art studio. It’s located close to the homestead and overlooks the seasonal creek.
Kelly says that this Braidwood home would be perfect for a country getaway.
“It’s quiet, private and serene, with some fantastic views from the deck, not to mention that it has a lake you could go for a swim in.
“There are no city lights around so you can sit down and enjoy the stars, or watch one of the magnificent sunsets. It’s the best of Braidwood.”
Located only 15 minutes from the historic town down a pretty, tree-lined no through road and just over three hours to Sydney, this elegant, expansive home is sure to impress.
Original Article published by Aiden Rothnie on Riotact.