132 Kirby Flat Road, Yackandandah
CLASSIC COUNTRY CHARM AND ACREAGE
3 beds | 1 baths | 1 cars
Agent Contact Details
Indigo Real Estate
29B Camp Street,
Beechworth, VIC 3747
|Land Size:||22 acres approx.|
Located on approx. 22.5 acres, this double red brick home was built circa 1911 using handmade bricks fashioned on the property. It is surrounded by established trees, lush pastures and has an excellent water supply. Mature trees and shrubs include deciduous and Australian varieties, selected to encourage a range of native birds to the area.
Approximately 1.5km from central Yackandandah – 3km on sealed roads – it is full of charm and period features. The home offers three good sized bedrooms, one with large built-in-robes and all with open fire places. There are high pine-lined ceilings and Murray Pine floorboards in these rooms. A wide hallway and the master bedroom are carpeted. A welcoming formal lounge, also carpeted, could potentially be a fourth bedroom. The lounge opens to a light filled, tiled floor, sitting/dining room with a view across the rear garden. This room has a wood combustion heater and ceiling fan.
Highlights of the adjoining kitchen are the extensive solid red-gum storage cupboards, electric cooking and a dishwasher. There is a separate laundry and tiled bathroom including a large shower, vanity and toilet. This room has double glazed windows. There is a separate craft room with a bright garden outlook. The rear area was completely modernised in the past six years to incorporate a metal support structure with under floor and above ceiling insulation.
In addition to the charming residence, this property includes many added and sought after features. A large spring fed dam and two run off dams provide an excellent water supply for all seasons. Water from the spring fed dam is pumped to troughs located in paddocks and to irrigate a hazelnut orchard. Also available is a concrete lined spring fed well.
Rainwater is stored in three tanks -1 x 20,000 gallons and 2 x 5,000 gallons – to supply house water. The hot water supply system is solar with an electric boost. A mixed variety wood lot established 35 years ago is available. The paddocks are well fenced.
A fire protection system is installed with separate fuelled fire pump and underground or copper piping to roof top and under verandah misting nozzles around the house.
Adjacent to the house is a large iron shed available for parking cars or machinery and for storage. A former dairy, currently used as a shearing shed, is also on site.
For more information or to arrange an inspection contact Jamie Horne on 0438 280 867