Nestled on 50 acres on a gentle rise with panoramic views over the university and beyond to Wagga Wagga, this lovingly maintained and elevated weatherboard home has two spacious bedrooms. The dining room, which opens on to a front veranda, enjoys delightful views to the east especially in the evening. The lounge room is spacious and has a wood combustion heater and a split system for year-round comfort, while polished cypress pine flooring is a feature of the home.
The kitchen is at the back of the home and has electric cooking and oven and ample cupboard space.
To the back of the home is a very unique paved outdoor area which adjoins the second bathroom and laundry.
Low water maintenance plants and trees are a feature of the extensive house yard.
There is ample shedding on the farmlet with a double garage, large storage shed and a machinery/hay shed which is adjacent to the very functional steel cattle yards with a cattle crush and loading ramp.
Securely fenced into three paddocks with surface dams and water troughs, the home is connected to the town water supply. There is also a 10,000 gal concrete water tank.
Located just off The Gap Road, this unique farmlet is 15 minutes from Wagga Wagga, the largest city in rural NSW, and even closer to Charles Sturt University.
It's the perfect opportunity to raise the children in a rural environment or simply grab your own slice of heaven with room to move and make your own.

*All information contained herein is gathered from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy and interested persons should rely on their own enquiries.

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Les Kelly

Les Kelly

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A true career real estate agent, Les entered the industry in 1971 - never one to waste time, he finished school in West Wyalong at 11.30am and started work at midday.

Working as a Limousin Stud Manager and Stock & Station Agent, Les has an in depth knowledge of life on the land and is a highly experienced operator.

Strongly involved in the community, Les commits many hours to raising money for County Hope and in his free time enjoys tending to his garden paradise on his small farm with his wife Janet, and spending time with his 4 grandchildren.


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