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House Of The Week

So Quiet, Peaceful, Pretty & Private

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Living Areas Split-level living with lounge on lower level plus dining & kitchen on the upper level
Outdoor Living Big covered deck wrapping around the corner of the house into an open air deck
Bedrooms 3 bedrooms - all with carpeted floors & built-in robes
Bathrooms Full bathroom with tub & separate shower recess plus separate w.c.
Heating / Cooling Reverse cycle air conditioning plus slow combustion wood fire in lounge
Car Accommodation   Bitumen driveway to 2 car accomm. under house
Land size & grounds   A terraced 1,157 square metre garden, part landscaped & part nature

You don’t have to feel hemmed in when you live in this quiet and peaceful home that looks out over a valley and hillside covered with trees. The trees are on land that is too steep to be developed and it has a permanent spring-fed creek running through it just down below the back boundary of this home. If you sit out on the verandah you can actually hear the creek gurgling its way along under the trees. The birds and native animals flock to the area because of the reliable natural water and the protection afforded by the dense tree cover.

The split-level 3 bedroom Western Red Cedar home, which is situated almost at the end of the court, looks out into this green beauty with never a neighbour’s roof or wall to be seen. The rear of the house has been oriented to the north-east so the big deck gets the best of sunshine in winter and the shade in summer. Imagine sitting out on the large wraparound rear deck early in the morning or late in the evening, listening to the birds. Can you think of anything more relaxing?

Inside you will find a cheerfully decorated home with polished timber floors in the lounge, dining and kitchen. Raked ceilings with exposed beams are featured throughout the home and there are ample large windows and ranch sliders for great natural light. High up clerestory windows bring morning light flooding into the kitchen, dining area and hallway. The kitchen and dining are on the upper level and look down onto the lounge and out over the deck to the greenery beyond. All 3 bedrooms have carpeted floors and built-in robes & there is a full bathroom with tub, shower recess and vanity plus a separate toilet.

The home is set back nicely into the well over ¼ acre block with its established, but a bit untidy, native gardens and driveway plantings. A full bitumen driveway leads down to space for 2 cars under the house as well as sufficient room for a workshop if desired.

If peace & nature are your scene, then you can’t go past this home with absolutely no passing traffic, an easy care native garden and a beautiful green bushland outlook. Maybe it is a little bit dated inside, but those are things you can change over time. The only things we can see that need immediate attention is the replacement of the exterior deck floor boards where they have been constantly exposed to the weather and just a small number of the exterior cladding boards that have suffered from the same fate due to lack of sunshine.

Come see how much nicer it would be living here amidst nature than living where you only see neighbours’ roofs and walls.

Love Wilderness & Nature? This One’s For You! ... $399,000

e-mail ELIZABETH to see a Mountain gem that will be easy to polish click

For Service With A Smile

phone Elizabeth Stirling on 07 5545 1800 / 04 0044 9978

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