61 Battunga Road Echunga
Family Home With 10 Acres on The Outskirts of Town
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A beautiful family home with 4 bedrooms and approximately 10 acres of land situated on the edge of the township ready to move into and make it your own piece of paradise.
Large kitchen with a 900mm gas stove top and electric oven, dishwasher, an island bench so you can still be part of the conversation in the dining area and family room. A slow combustion heater and reverse cycle split system air conditioner for all year round comfort.
This area leads to a covered pergola for relaxing after a hard days work to enjoy the scenic outlook.
Four large carpeted bedrooms, the main bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite. Two of the bedrooms have built in robes with the third bedroom being of good size.
The spacious lounge room is situated at the front of the home giving you another area to sit and look out the picturesque windows onto the property. There is an area to set up an office space or another play area for the children. The possibilities are endless.
Other features in the house are:
- Modern laundry area with bench space and a door leading to outside
- Large family bathroom with heat lamps, toilet and bath
- Foxtel dish
- Rainwater tank and bore water used for watering the garden
- Undercover carport area
The area immediately around the house is fenced to ensure that little ones cannot go wandering.
Two sheds are on the property large enough for storing feed, a horse float and a work shop.
The owners are happy to house three horses on this property and provisions for the fence to be electrified.
The pastures have been well maintained along with all of the fences and it will be up to the tenants to continue to maintain these areas during the tenancy.
For further information please contact Sue Jacobs during office hours on 8388 4777.
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