555 River Road in Kialla, Mark McNa­mara Real Es­tate.

En­joy a re­lax­ing coun­try life­style with town con­ve­niences just a short drive away

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Peace­ful soli­tude and a pre­mium ad­dress close to Shep­par­ton are hall­marks of this 4 ha prop­erty that of­fers an idyl­lic ru­ral life­style.

Ex­tended and fully re­fur­bished, the fourbed­room home is nes­tled in pro­duc­tive farm­land with views of es­tab­lished trees, pock­ets of na­tive bush and graz­ing an­i­mals.

Qual­ity fin­ishes and fix­tures add to the sense of com­fort and lux­ury of the home, which re­tains its coun­try charm, but with all the mod­ern con­ve­niences a home owner ex­pects.

En­ter­ing the home you are greeted with an open-plan liv­ing area with spa­cious fam­ily room, din­ing zone and de­signer kitchen fit­ted with qual­ity ap­pli­ances, easy­care floor­ing, Cae­ser­stone bench-tops and am­ple stor­age.

A sunken for­mal lounge room cre­ates a cosy sec­ond liv­ing space with plush car­pet, brick fea­ture wall and in-built wood heater, while a prac­ti­cal study nook is hid­den be­hind three slid­ing doors.

Light fills the home, cour­tesy of the large win­dows, with the added ben­e­fit for the oc­cu­pants of be­ing able to ap­pre­ci­ate the glo­ri­ous gar­den views from all rooms of the home.

The gen­er­ous mas­ter bed­room is com­ple­mented by a tiled en­suite, fin­ished in neu­tral tones, and a walk-though robe. Each of the re­main­ing three bed­rooms have built-in robes and ceil­ing fans.

A large fam­ily bath­room fea­tures a cor­ner bath, shower and van­ity and a walk-in stor­age cup­board, large linen press and well-equipped laun­dry are other prac­ti­cal in­clu­sions.

Year-round com­fort is main­tained by a large split-sys­tem unit and ducted evap­o­ra­tive cool­ing.

Out­side is an en­ter­tainer’s dream. Stylish pavers, a brick fea­ture fire­place, tele­vi­sion and full out­door kitchen in­clud­ing bar­be­cue, sink and fridge, which all stay with the prop­erty, cre­ate the per­fect place to re­lax with fam­ily and friends.

Re­mote-con­trolled, re­tractable fly screens add to the func­tional use of the out­door area and its lo­ca­tion, in the fenced rear yard, al­lows the easy su­per­vi­sion of chil­dren us­ing the cubby house, slide and sand­pit.

The prop­erty is self-suf­fi­cient with about 94,600 litres of rain­wa­ter tank stor­age, a se­cure chook yard and raised veg­etable gar­den beds.

Sub­di­vided into five pad­docks the land has been de­vel­oped to a whole farm plan with Pad­man stops for ease of ir­ri­gation, wa­ter troughs and bound­ary and fence­line tree plant­ings for pri­vacy and stock shade and shel­ter.

Sub­stan­tial shed­ding in­cludes a

20m x 7.5 m x 3.6 m struc­ture fit­ted with small stock pens, a 14.6 m x 6 m lock­able shed with con­crete floor and power and a 6 m x 6 m open shed suit­able for stor­ing a horse float, car­a­van or boat.

The prop­erty, now home to Greygum Al­pacas, is be­ing sold with 2 Ml stock and do­mes­tic wa­ter, and ad­di­tional high­re­li­a­bil­ity wa­ter shares can be pur­chased at mar­ket value.

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