Lower King

Keep chick­ens, grow veg­eta­bles on 2000sqm of par­adise

Great Southern Herald - - Southern Living -

Lo­cated away from the hus­tle and bus­tle of town, with a re­lax­ing drive across a pic­turesque river, is this beau­ti­ful home.

Its open-plan kitchen, din­ing, lounge is heated by a large tile fire cen­trally lo­cated so the heat flows through to the bed­rooms and for­mal lounge with a re­verse-cy­cle air-con­di­tioner in place for your con­ve­nience and com­fort.

The kitchen has been up­dated and the lovely light floor­ing flows through­out the home, so with all the ren­o­va­tions done by pre­vi­ous own­ers, you can move right in with no more to do. Sky­lights add to the bright­ness of this home and a so­lar hot-wa­ter sys­tem has been added to help keep bills to a min­i­mum.

There is also a hobby room ad­join­ing the home that you could use for any of your pur­suits or even as ad­di­tional stor­age space or kids play­room.

Out­side is quite the par­adise with two out­door ar­eas over­look­ing easy-care gar­dens and fruit trees. Pens are in place for chick­ens or ducks with plenty of spare room for grow­ing veg­eta­bles.

The two sep­a­rate gate­ways pro­vide ve­hi­cle ac­cess to the en­tire prop­erty — very handy for the gar­den­ing en­thu­si­ast.

On a 2000sqm fully fenced block, there is a pri­vate bushy out­look and the home is not too far from Great South­ern Gram­mar School and an easy drive to town. A shop­ping cen­tre is only 8km away and the Al­bany Chalets Cafe just up the road is get­ting great re­views.

On this side of town, you will find some fan­tas­tic river and ocean fish­ing spots and plenty of places to launch the ca­noe or go for a hike.

If you’ve dreamt of es­cap­ing sub­ur­bia, but still re­quire all the con­ve­niences of the city, come and view this peace­ful trea­sure dur­ing the home open on Satur­day between 4 and 4.30pm.

3 1 2 21 BUSHBY ROAD, LOWER KING $397,000 Price Al­bany Pres­tige Agent RealtyNicky Guretti Con­tact 0414 347 975

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