Fanastic Horse or Livestock Property
Jan Ladmore of All Real Estate NSW is proud to offer this amazing property only 10mins on the Kings Highway out of Bungendore.
The owners love their horses and have set this property up to operate as a renowned Pony Stud and this has involved many hours of work, much love and tremendous care to establish this lovely place.
The property is 105 acres of prime farming country that has been well maintained and cared for with thoughtfully set out paddocks and laneways to get the full benefit of the many dams and shelter that this property offers.
The property is divided into 10 paddocks. Eight of the paddocks are between 15 and 10 acres in size. The other two paddocks are about 5 acres.
Nine paddocks have dams, which held out during the drought.
There are tree lined laneways between all the paddocks, with mature pine wind breaks and eucalypts as shelter belts and cottonwoods, Chinese elms, ash and variegated poplars in the wet areas.
The paddocks have very productive, improved pasture. The property is highly suitable for cattle. Seven paddocks were dolomited about seven years ago.
The property has a central laneway that 7 paddocks open onto. There are 3 handling yards off the paddocks.
The property has been set up as a pony stud. There are three sheds. One is 18 metres by 7 metres and contains 6 integral stables. 4 of the stables are 4 metres by 4 metres. The other 2 are 3.5 metres by 4 metres. There is a 3,000 gallon rainwater tank off the shed used to supply water to horses stabled in the shed. There is also a 15 metre by 7 metre shed used as a workshop, to store hay and as a tack room. The other shed is 3 metres by 5 metres and is used as a wood shed and to house the “mule”.
There are also 4 yards, 2 holding paddocks, a round yard and a race leading up to a loading ramp.
The house and garden
The house has 4 bedrooms ( 2 with French windows) and 3 ensuites plus an external toilet. It was built in the 1960’s and extended in the 1980’s. It features an inviting entry, a family room, galley kitchen, lounge room with open fire place plus a separate dining room with French windows. The dining room and 2 of the bedrooms (including the main bedroom) have French windows that open onto a veranda that is 33m long that extends along the front of the home. Cosy winters are assured with a slow combustion heater in the family room and an open fireplace in the living room.
There is also a 2 bedroom, self contained flat with large open plan family room, bathroom and separate toilet, verandah and glass sliding doors all under the same roof line as the house that was built in the 1980’s. It is heated by a slow combustion heater.
The bonus is the fact that the fully self contained flat that adjoins the home as an extension which is currently utilised through its own doors on the verandah...... but could if wanted to be easily incorporated into the main house with minimal changes.
There is plenty of water along with several tanks and dams there is also an easement to a pump on Mulloon creek and a newly installed and licensed bore (not connected).
The French windows look onto a large garden (around 1 acre) that was set up in the 1970’s. It features large deciduous trees, including golden and claret ashes, oaks, Chinese pistachios, variegated poplars and cottonwood trees. There are apple, nectarine, crab apple, peach and cherry trees in the garden. The garden also has 8 vegetable boxes, including a box in which asparagus is grown.
The property is located on the Kings Highway, between Bungendore and Braidwood. It is 17.5k from Bungendore. The property about 30 minutes to Queanbeyan, 35 -40 minutes to Canberra airport and less than 45 minutes drive to Canberra. School buses to Canberra & Bungendore and mail delivery to the gate.
Features of this Property Include
The House features
The Adjoining Flat features
If you would like more information or to inspect this truely exceptional property then please do not hesitate to contact:
Jan Ladmore 0407 890 527 or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org