Enchanting Lifestyle Property
The property is approximately 50 percent light bush with the cleared area fenced into ten paddocks.
Oozing character, the residence is constructed from stringy bark with a warm, inviting interior featuring natural and recycled materials, whilst a recent coat of paint has created a refreshed, airy ambience.
Surprisingly spacious and with all the modern comforts, the layout highlights four bedrooms, two bathrooms, large living room, country kitchen and a second sitting room. A verandah across the rear has a marvellous view over the nearby bush.
There is an abundance of storage throughout including built-in robes in the secondary bedrooms, a walk-in robe in the main bedroom, two lofts in the living room, large kitchen pantry and a walk-in linen closet.
The big bonus is a separate 12m x 11m barn style studio complete with a concrete floor, power, telephone and TV connections, toilet, hot water service and a pot belly stove.
This rustic space could be utilised for extended family/guest accommodation, a man cave or an additional entertaining area. Further improvements include a high clearance, drive through carport, wood shed/ workshop, hen house with a large run also suitable for dogs, stockyards and a loading race accessed directly from the road.
For horse enthusiast there are two stables, lockup feed/tack room, holding yard and a level, sand based riding arena.
Entry to the residence is directly into the living room, an impressive space with a lofty pitched ceiling, timber beams and polished floorboards.
A built-in wood heater set into a recycled brick fireplace is a welcome feature whilst a split system air conditioner assists with climate control.
Positioned either end of the living room are two of the bedrooms, a short passageway connects bedroom three, the family bathroom with a corner shower, bath, timber vanity, toilet and the laundry with outside access to the rear verandah.
Also adjoining the living room is the kitchen and sitting room. Natural elements continue to feature with timber kitchen cabinets, bench tops and a lovely island bench teamed with a Chef upright gas cooker, LG dishwasher and a ceiling fan. Vintage frosted glass French doors from the sitting room lead to the main bedroom with an ensuite.
Updated carpet has given the room a fresh facelift whilst the large picture window frames the bushland vista.
Water is supplied from tanks totalling 17,000 gallons for the house, an additional tank for the paddock troughs, a spring fed dam and a spring fed creek which runs along the boundary of the property.
There is power in the carport, workshop and electrified fencing throughout. The property is a haven for wildlife with frequent visits from native birds and animals enhancing the serene setting.
Although there is a feeling of seclusion and remoteness the property is an approximate ten minute drive from Warragul, Drouin and even less to Neerim South.
For the buyer seeking a lifestyle change, a property which is versatile and unique, number 125 Rokeby-Jindivick Road Jindivick is sure to grab your attention.
For more information contact: Tyler Hogan / Clark NextRE 0499 236 499 / 5623 6466