Description: A 3-4-bedroom, 2-bathroom, cypress pine clad home is sitting amongst 10.4 ha (25.6 acres) landscaped, well established gardens and native bushland alive with a large array of bird- and wildlife.
The home features:
• Open plan living dining area with timber lined cathedral ceiling, brush box polished timber floors, sliding doors opening onto the wraparound verandahs overlooking the property with a large north facing entertaining area that flows into the garden.
• Adjacent to the living area is a light and airy kitchen facing north and overlooking the gardens, featuring Gaggenau gas cook top, grill, steamer and electric oven. The kitchen has plenty of cupboard space, including a pantry.
• The master bedroom is spacious and easily accommodates a king size bed, with an ensuit, walk in robe, and opens onto the verandah. The other bedrooms, which are queen size, have built in robes and also open out onto the front verandah.
• The study has floor-to-ceiling book shelves, a built-in desk, and can easily be converted to a fourth bedroom.
The home has been designed to be spacious and has plenty of storage. With zoned ducted air-conditioning, fully insulated, windows placed to capture the cross breezes, and with a slow combustion heater in the living area this house makes a comfortable home for all seasons.
On the property is a self-contained, free standing 90 m2 office/studio with two separate rooms, amenities, kitchenette, ducted air-conditioning, and a 6kva solar system.
Furthermore, there is a separate guest cottage with ensuit and would suit a B&B.
Completing the property is a freestanding workshop/shed with a mezzanine, power and water. This area is great for storage, tinkering or even an indoor games area.
Outdoor activities are well catered for with an 11-metre swimming pool and spa, surrounded by a timber deck; a grass tennis court; and a large grassed area for recreation, many cosy nooks to sit watching birds, or read a book - all in the offering.
An important feature of this property is the crystal-clear spring water pumped from the bore.
Internet access is available either via Telstra ADSL, NBN satellite and mobile (Optus).
Bucketty is a small, active and friendly community, and the property is situated on the scenic tourist route 33 to the Hunter Valley, around one hour north of Hornsby. This locality is well serviced with general store/café/post office/liquor store, Jerry's café, local mechanic, massage therapist/chiropractor, fresh fruit and vegetables store, community tennis courts and sports field. There are two medical centres, pharmacy, rural produce and hardware, irrigation and mower/chain saw shop, rural engineering supplies, two golf courts, pony clubs - all within 15-30 minutes from the property.
Primary and high schools are serviced by a local school bus leaving from Letter A, a 10-minute drive away. Laguna Primary School is a 15-minute drive.
For further information or appointment to inspect, please contact Michael Kidd, T/as Kidd Property Sales, on 0439 761 440
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