Land Description: Sloping to mostly hilly, clay to trap rock soils, comprises native bushland, predominantly White Box and Pine. Watered by equipped bore.
Residence: 1984 construction treated pine log residence with concrete slab floor and corrugated metal roof. Provides three bedrooms, one bathroom, kitchen, combined lounge/dining laundry and front/rear verandahs.
Features include reverse cycle air conditioning (4 x split systems), built in robes in all bedrooms, slow combustion wood heater, skylights, renovated kitchen with Smeg gas stove, timber linings, carpet floor coverings.
Ancillary Improvements: Carport attached to residence, metal clad storage shed with part concrete floor, 1 x 22,500 litre concrete rainwater tank, 2 x 22,500 litre concrete header tanks (rainwater & bore), Landscaped garden predominantly native plants
Noteable Features - Upon arrival at this dwelling visitors regularly comment on the peacefulness and exceptional privacy of this appealing bush retreat.
This is a modest, comfortable home offering an unusual opportunity to share a very quiet bush lifestyle with a diverse array of wildlife and a large variety of birds.
A brief 4WD venture up through the bush to the southern end of this land leads to a picturesque (and still private) hill top picnic spot with a 270 degree panoramic view of the Moonbi Range and surrounding district . This is always a much enjoyed and interesting venture for visitors