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Prime hilltop position to the south east of Palmwoods

STRETCHING across the top of the range, this classic address offers an irreplaceable position in the hinterland foothills.

Surrounded by a lush landscape - with a pitch and putt to the east - the ranch-style double brick build is a warm and inviting body for a solid steel frame.

Enjoy the beauty of your own private waterfall, cascading into a large pond in the Zen front garden. A bullnose veranda wraps right around the 600sq m abode from the north to east and south.

Through a stately entrance, raked cypress ceilings lend warmth to the open-plan living and kitchen. Skylights atop the dining zone let an abundance of natural light within. Catch sight of breath-taking views over the valleys through country-style sliding doors.

These open out to enormous, wide timber decks that feel as though they run the entire length of the horizon. This is one of the best views of Bald Knob on the Coast. You might be on 4.05ha (11 acres) here, but that sweeping panorama makes it feels more like a million.

Toward the south west end, a big all-weather pavilion above the rainwater tank is ideal for sitting pretty on top of it all. Across from the dining and comfortable kitchen, a cast iron fireplace settles in the corner, offering ample warmth in winter.

Cream and gumleaf green decor feature in the kitchen, where plenty of bench space runs beneath big windows with that hinterland outlook. Well-appointed with a good pantry, it features a two-door Fisher & Paykel wall oven, two-drawer dishwasher and Westinghouse ceramic cooktop.

Move through a sitting room into a rumpus with a magnificent built-in timber bar; big enough that you could justify employing your own bar-tender. Towards the outdoor pavilion, there is the opportunity for self-contained living with bathroom and bedroom/studio or office.

In the eastern wing, a hallway opens into a laundry and a separate bathroom. This includes a double shower, bathtub, and outlook to the ranges. Four carpeted bedrooms await in the north-east wing.

The main bedroom has split-system air-con, and a step-in wardrobe. The property itself slopes down to two seasonal creeks. Two flat paddocks would suit horses, while there are stables, a chook yard, and a big shed.

 

PALMWOODS

5 Bed, 3 Bath, 3 Car, 4.05ha

Features: Ranch-style 600sq m home with a spectacular hinterland panorama, rumpus, built-in bar, massive timber decks, outdoor entertaining, all-weather gazebo, Zen garden with waterfall, stables, chook house, pitch and putt

Where: 323 Upper Landershute Rd

Price: Auction on site, December 16, at 4pm

Agent: Mike Burns and Natalie Massa of Elders Palmwoods

Contact: Mike 0418 991 702, Natalie 0402 807 260

Inspection: Saturday 3-3.45pm and Sunday from 3pm

 

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