Remarkable rebuild on 51 acres of quality farming land
This beautiful and timeless home is set on 51 acres and offers a rare combination of high-end living, breathtaking views, and a rural lifestyle. The transformation this home has undergone is astounding. Stripped back, rebuilt, enhanced, and meticulously restored to what you see today. The current owners have taken such great care to breathe new life into this home and property you will experience its beauty from the moment you arrive.
Internally the home comprises 185m2 and is split over 4 levels. The main entry level is the heart of this home, with its open plan living, gorgeous natural light and original polished flooring. The kitchen is perfectly serviced with quality appointments including a feature wood stove/bakers' oven (also connected to hot water for heating in the winter), granite stone benches and stainless appliances.
The large undercover timber deck is impeccably positioned to take in the surrounding views in quiet comfort. There are also sliding and French doors from the kitchen and living zones directly out to the deck; perfect for entertaining in all seasons.
There are two bedrooms on this level both with built in robes. The centrally located bathroom has two-way access through to one of the bedrooms, and features a gorgeous claw foot bath, separate shower and toilet. An additional separate toilet is available off the laundry for convenience.
Head up the beautiful staircase to the master suite with large built-in robes plus additional walk-in robe space and ensuite. Further up, level 3 comprises a dedicated home office plus additional bedroom bringing the total number of bedrooms to 4.
The ground floor houses a large, carpeted rumpus room, which is currently utilised as a home gym but leaves the options endless for this great space. There is fantastic under stair storage off the rumpus room, as well as in-roof cavity storage upstairs. The owners have utilised the space extremely well.
The 51 acres of land is all high quality pasture, fenced along the boundaries and includes 3 water holes. The main dam on the northern side of the home is fed by a natural spring, ensuring ample water year-round. The land has been most recently utilised for running stock, however the options are endless for the new owners.
In addition to the property are approvals to construct a machinery shed, upgrades to the garage nearby the house and even restore the old timber shed nearby the vegetable garden.
Other fantastic features of this home include:
- 20.83Ha of high-quality pasture;
- Reverse cycle air conditioning, in addition to a heat transfer system;
- Fully insulated home - floor to ceiling and underfloor;
- Wood fire stove that also heats the hot water- perfect for saving $ on your electricity bills during winter;
- Double glazed windows and doors throughout;
- Conveniently landscaped with options for more garden;
The property is located 5 minutes from the growing township of Exeter, 25 minutes to Launceston CBD and sits perfectly within the West Tamar wine region. Lifestyle properties in this location and with these stunning options and outlook are rare- avoid disappointment contact Richard today.
Year Built: 2016
Zoning; Rural Resource
Municipality: West Tamar
Water Rates: $309 pa approx.
Council Rates: $1,935 pa approx.
House Size: 185m2 approx.
Land Size: 20.83Ha approx.
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