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570-571 Forest Reefs Road

Millthorpe

"Garryowen" Circa 1850

4 Bed | 2 Bath | 2 Car
3.9 Hectares - 9.6 Acres

This quaint bluestone residence, Circa. 1850, is set in the rolling hills mid-way between the charming villages of Millthorpe and Forest Reefs.

The property was constructed by John McKenna and has a rich and colourful history having housed the Fitzroy Hotel, a coach changing station, a church and a post masters residence during its lifetime.

Today it is a comfortable 4 bedroom home with 2 living areas, 2 bathrooms and a lovely kitchen, as well as 2 tastefully enclosed verandahs providing extra living space and climate control, set on 9 acres.

Other features include: a newly renovated bathroom and laundry, a walk in robe and ensuite adjoining the master bedroom, a slow combustion wood heater, plus 3 other fireplaces.

Adjacent to the house are the original Bluestone stables that today house a snooker table, but also present boundless opportunity for conversion into a home office or further accommodation.

The country garden with lovely established trees also has a covered outdoor entertaining area, 5 rainwater tanks, a stock and domestic bore, 2 lock up garages and 12 solar panels.

Outside the garden is a steel framed colour bond lock up shed, a large chook yard and plenty of fruit and nut trees.

Across the road is an 8 acre paddock that has been re-fenced and is dissected by a willow lined creek and has a dam for stock water.

A wonderful property with a charming period home set in a highly sought after location only minutes’ drive from historic Millthorpe and all that it has to offer.

Property ID: 576297

Under Contract

Land Size

9.6 acres

Property Features

Dishwasher
Ensuite
Fire Place
Floorboards
Hot Water Gas
Rumpus Room

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