827 Renshaw McGirr Way Wellington
This uniquely valuable piece of real estate has a rare beauty all of its own, snuggled in the hills of the Catombal Ranges. Lived in, loved and enjoyed by the current owner for the past 30 years. Living in such a beautiful place has been medicine for the soul. There is every chance this 5 acre slice of paradise is that special place you're looking for.
"Killarney" is a 2.11ha block with a charming 2 bedroom historic cottage which was once the post office at Fingerpost, Suntop. The cottage has been lovingly restored over time to bring forth the rich timber lining boards, pressed metal ceilings and original features. The home enjoys a perfect northerly aspect with a wide country verandah for all things relaxation. Curl up by the open fire place and read a book, go for a bushwalk to clear the mind, catch some yabbies from the creek across the road and have all the pets you've ever wanted. These are all the things money can't buy for they are priceless.
Other features include several sheds, round yard for a horse, fully equipped well for your water needs and two rainwater tanks. The perimeter of the land is fully fenced as well as the house yard. The cottage has 2 bedrooms with an ensuite off the main. The lounge/dining room has a split system air conditioner and open fire place. There is a set of french doors which open onto the northerly verandah from the main bedroom.
This property is approximately 9 kms from the town of Wellington on a fully sealed road.
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: 5.00 acres
Pressed Metal Ceilings
Sterling Turner Real Estate
24 Maughan Street
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