The property enjoys a stunning setting nestled at the foot of Woko National Park and a 650m frontage to the Little Manning River. It comprises 247 acres which includes 16 hectares (40 acres) of cleared, gently sloping land around the house, rising to steeper bush at the rear.
The country-style weatherboard house is set in established gardens. The home has been significantly renovated and has many attractive features, some which are listed below:
• Verandahs on 3 sides overlooking the garden
• Spacious plan kitchen/meals with glass doors opening onto the verandah
• Bosky wood-fired oven for cooking and heating of water (then circulated through house)
• Separate electric oven and induction hot plates
• Large island bench, dishwasher, air-conditioning and lots of storage
• Formal lounge room with open fireplace, glass doors opening onto the verandah, floorboards and high ceilings
• A study or 4th bedroom off the lounge room
• Three generous bedrooms, one with an ensuite
• Air conditioning in the main bedroom and selected rooms throughout.
• Main bathroom has underfloor heating. Perfect on those chilly mornings.
• Sitting (TV) room with heater at the front of the house
• Laundry and separate toilet accessed off the verandah
• 12 Solar panels on the roof and solar hot water
• Three water tanks provide water to the house. A pump on the river fills a tank on the hill which gravity feeds water back to the gardens
Large enclosed shed near the house
Three bay car shed
Open 3 bay machinery shed and open 4 bay shed
Good set of cattle yards
Fencing around the house is reasonable, however there is fencing needing to be done on the grazing land
Summary: This is a great property with a great house in a special location. The river access is outstanding. It makes for a great family home or would work well as a holiday retreat as an extra income source. Situated 12km down Curricabark Road, about 25 minutes leisurely drive north west of Gloucester.