Riverside Living, Armidale, 2350
Out of the square, Armidale
Accessed via a long driveway and sitting proudly on a knoll overlooking a bend in Commissioners Waters, this 440 square metre* homestead takes full advantage of its unique position.
Constructed of Hebel blocks and utilising double glazed windows, the home is cosy in winter and cool in summer. Being a little outside the square, curves have been employed in the design to best advantage, creating window views from the south-east to the north-east, which are enhanced by the high ceilings.
There are three main bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms, plus a large study that could also be a bedroom.
A sitting room with fireplace and the spacious open-plan kitchen make for fabulous separate living and entertaining areas.
Outside a deck provides shade and views. It’s not hard to picture yourself enjoying the vista at any time of day, especially late afternoon as the resident platypuses come out to play.
An internal double garage completes the home, which could be described as luxurious without being pretentious.
Nearby, a new five bay shed includes a fully self-contained unit providing extra accommodation. Domestic water supply is assured with five rainwater tanks plus another that is fed from the river complete with a filtration system installed to enable human consumption. A 3 megalitre licence to pump from the river is also included.
There are 42 hectares of grazing on the property, with water coming from a trough, three dams and of course access to the river. That’s plenty of space to run commercial livestock or crops you desire, or perhaps add an arena for the equine enthusiast in the family.
Located just 7 kilometres from the centre of the regional city of Armidale, this thoughtfully designed, unique property has easy access to all our region has to offer.
138 Eathorpe Road has been SOLD by Graham MacDougall.
*approximate size only
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