1855 stone home in Tirranaville

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4 BED | 1 BATH | 5 CAR

  • 11 acres in Tirranaville (a locality near Goulburn)
  • $899,000
  • Agency: Landmark Harcourts Goulburn, Peter Reardon 0413 263 666
  • Inspect: By appointment

"Kurrajong offers an outstanding opportunity for quality rural lifestyle and living within the tightly held Tirrannaville locality just five minutes from Goulburn," says agent Peter Reardon.

The homestead was built in 1855 and is steeped with early colonial history. It offers the ideal blend of heritage charm and character while the rear addition has all the modern conveniences and open-plan living.

The original areas of the house offer four generous bedrooms, front entry and hallway, and extensive storage and cupboard space.

Central to the home is a light-filled sitting room with further storage, main bathroom and laundry, before the home opens into a light-filled, quality eat-in kitchen and large open-plan family living room.

Heating and cooling is also well catered for with a large slow combustion heater and reverse cycle split system air-conditioning.

Outside around the house, there are three separate outdoor areas, each with differing views and well suited for varying times of day and weather throughout the year.

The main outdoor area itself is set in the heart of the home, being perfect for entertaining, flowing on from the kitchen and living room to magnificent sand stone paving, ideal for relaxing in the sun-filled northern aspect.

Kurrajong is well-equipped with ample fresh water tank catchment supply, a bore and a dam. The bore reticulates water around the gardens and paddocks to approximately 30 irrigation points.

With 11 acres and two titles, Kurrajong is well-established for grazing, presently utilised for horse and equestrian use. Or it is equally suited for sheep, cattle, alpacas or even a small stud.

This story A stone home circa 1855 first appeared on Goulburn Post.