Only 2 minutes out of town and set on 2.44 hectares (6 acres) this 1980s ranch-style brick veneer home sits at the end of a long driveway with tranquil rural vistas from every room.
There is an understated, timeless style about this home – the 4 large bedrooms have full height windows to maximise natural light and air flow and there are 3 spacious and airy living zones with pitched ceilings for effortless entertaining and relaxation.
The renovated kitchen/meals area, and 2 renovated bathrooms are exquisite and a later addition in 2005 comprises a fully self-contained 2 bedroom unit with a north facing open plan kitchen/ living area, fully enclosed yard and a single lockup garage – posing a multitude of options for a home office, multi-generational families, older children, or a passive investment.
The property is set up as a horse riding school with the requisite equine infrastructure including 6 paddocks, all with reticulated water troughs, 2 access laneways, 2 stables, tack room, wash bay, 54m x20m ménage, additional shedding and a spring fed dam.
• Town water connection
• Ceiling fans
• Wood heater and additional electric panel heater
• Split system air con
• Chicken run
• Grapevine covered pergola for summer entertaining
• Separate family laundry
• Double carport
• Double garage
Conveniently positioned for equine enthusiasts, being opposite Rollinsons Reserve, the local pony club and a nearby 10km ‘horse trail’ via Dettmans Lane to Granite Hill Lane and Bald Hill Reserve.
The property is quietly secluded, but far from isolated – Kyneton is a 2 minute drive, Daylesford and Castlemaine are 30 minutes away and it an easy commute to Melbourne via the Calder freeway or VLine. A rare offering that offers longed-for privacy and space in equal measure for those seeking a permanent tree change or idyllic weekender with a reliable income stream.
** We have obtained all information in this document from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.