Are you on the lookout for a lifestyle property with a rustic country feel and you’re not afraid to put in a bit of labour? Then this could just be the right property for you. This unique three bedroom home is awaiting someone to add their personal touch to complement the character of the home.
LOCATION: An ideal location close to Murray Bridge’s new greyhound track and speedway circuit and, a little further on, the Thoroughbreds race track and Tailem Bend’s The Bend race circuit.
LAND: 98 acres A gentle undulation over the land provides some fantastic views of the surrounding countryside and only minutes to the river. There is bitumen road to your driveway and the property is fenced into four paddocks with a raceway that leads into some sheep yards. There is a wide shelter belt of Mallee scrub which provides a good screen from the main bitumen road.
RESIDENCE: A unique 3 bedroom, steel frame home featuring local limestone framed with red brick quoins on the outer layer and an internal layer of Besser brick providing a solid construction; the internal walls are either Besser brick or gyprock. This home is awaiting your finishing touches to complete this country retreat. Large, wooden rustic doors on the southern side of the home lead into the main living area. A feature brick wall on the western side is the perfect place for a combustion stove and a large skylight window centrally positioned allows ample light to filter into the home. A glass sliding door within the kitchen area leads to the rear of the home. A hall way leads from the living area past the wet areas and through to three bedrooms of various sizes. The main bedroom is of a generous size and has a door into the bathroom. The wet areas include a large bathroom (intending to house a shower cubicle, bath, toilet and vanity), other wet areas include separate toilet and a laundry. The internals of the home have provisions for electricals with conduit placed internally within the internal gyprock walls. Plumbing channels within the solid walls and plumbing in place within the concrete floor.
IMPROVEMENTS: North and south facing verandahs are just the places to sit and admire the countryside, whilst a pergola on the western side of the home was intended to be an atrium with an added wing. An enormous, steel framed shed could be turned into many options from an engineering shed, to stables with day yards, or a hay /implement shed – the choice is yours. Currently, this construction has a roof and some external sheeting and the ‘bones’ are very solid.
SUMMARY: Are you looking for a project? If you are then this property could be perfect for you. Add your finishing touches to reap the rewards of a rural retreat with views to enjoy.
Call us today to view this lifestyle property at a time that suits you.