237 Lower Creek Road Lower Creek

$360,000

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Cure for Claustrophobia

This property is the perfect escape from suburbia! A sure cure for claustrophobia! It might be 90kms from the closest town but who wants to go to town every day anyway?

This is a lifestyle that many want, yet rarely have the opportunity to experience. Resting on the flat overlooking the sparkling waters of Dyke River is this fabulous two storey American Barn style home, with 3m wide verandas wrapped all around it, currently built to lock-up stage. It's hard not to get excited when you see this home for the first time as you can't help but imagine living there yourself - all you have to do is finish it off. All that work may build up an appetite but don't worry, grab your fishing rod, take a short 40m walk from the front door to the water and catch yourself a Bass for breakfast!

There's alterative accommodation while you finish construction so you can still enjoy all this 120 acre property has to offer while you wait. Whether you want privacy from neighbours, to run a few head of cattle or horses, or just a weekend escape, do yourself a favour and make an appointment to inspect this gem.

Features Include:
- 120acres with frontage to the Dyke River approx. 50acres cleared
- Two storey American barn-style home completed to lock up stage
- 3m wide verandahs around the entire home
- 4 spacious bedrooms with built in robes
- Ensuite and walk in robe in main bedroom
- Shed with living quarters and HUGE fire place
- Single lock up garage
- Steel cattle yards with timber loading ramp
- 2 x 26,000L water tanks

Property Features

  • Land Size : 120.00 acres
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Property ID: 3249998

Leah Elford

Leah Elford

0428 295 952

Location map for 237 Lower Creek Road Lower Creek

Contact Office

Winsome Real Estate

38 Smith Street

KEMPSEY 2440

T 02 6562 6144

F 02 6562 8457

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