The home sits on the highest point of the land and enjoys views over the country side and out to the Tasman Bay. It is the relaxing ambience of this property that makes it special. Huge old fruit trees dominate the landscape, still producing an abundance of fresh fruit and large lawns provide plenty of scope for children to enjoy.
The home started life as a two bedroom and sunroom cottage, the sunroom is now a third bedroom and the kitchen and dining rooms have been extended to create a lovely open space with large windows and a ranch slider that opens to the north facing deck.
The bathroom has a shower and vanity and the toilet is easy to access from both the inside and the outdoors area.
The home is heated by a log burner. It is a sunny home, light and bright and with an abundance of storage areas.
You will have a choice of sheds and outdoor storage areas, the previous owners collected classic cars, you may be able to store 20 cars.
The shed would also be ideal as a shade house for plant propagation or to use as a very large chicken house.
The property is connected to the local water supply which provides water to the home and the paddocks.
A good percentage of the sheds have been on the property for a very long time and council has no record of building permits for all of them.
This property is for sale by deadline sale
All offers are to be delivered by hand or by e-mail to Bayleys Richmond Office, 253 Queen Street Richmond no later than 1pm Wednesday 10th April 2019