Live the dream in a re­treat on a pic­turesque nine acre block

Narrogin Observer - - Southern Living -

Look­ing for a dream ru­ral block to build a new home?

There is no need to wait — it’s all here for you in this two-year-old Ru­ral Build­ing Com­pany home on a pic­turesque 3.6ha block that backs onto Mt Ma­son re­serve.

A long drive­way winds past the large pond and then climbs through red gums and jar­rah to the el­e­vated house site at the base of Mt Ma­son.

The home was de­signed for flex­i­bil­ity and has two sep­a­rate wings; one for par­ents and the other for chil­dren or guests.

Both have their own liv­ing ar­eas.

Each of the bed­rooms have built-in robes and large win­dows to take in the leafy out­look of the home’s sur­rounds.

The main bed­room is par­tic­u­larly lovely, with a huge en­suite and a quiet liv­ing space for par­ents to en­joy.

The large liv­ing space is in the cen­tre of the home.

The vast, glazed, cen­tral gable is a high­light and pro­vides a dra­matic ceil­ing line as well as en­hanc­ing the peace­ful ru­ral out­look.

A high-qual­ity kitchen is cen­tral to the home and fea­tures Essa Stone bench­tops, lots of draw­ers, 900mm West­ing­house & Elec­trolux cook­ing ap­pli­ances, dish­washer, plumb­ing for fridge and a large scullery.

The din­ing and main liv­ing area is ad­ja­cent and flows out to the al­fresco area which makes the most of the out­look.

Out­side, there is a lovely out­door area and shady ve­randa to en­joy.

There is a great mix of cleared land and nat­u­ral bush­land to ex­plore.

A dou­ble car­port ad­joins to the home and two large wa­ter tanks are found nearby.

There is enough room here to add a shed, gar­dens, an or­chard or to just en­joy the pri­vacy and peace and open space that this prop­erty af­fords.

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