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    • Subdividable 5.4688ha

      Property ID MET25461
      This magnificent 5.4688 hectare estate, is being marketed for the first time in 30 years, offering a rare opportunity. Once the breeding and training ground for internationally performing racehorses, the spectacular property could be potentially subdivided into 80 sections, so if you want to keep the gorgeous homestead in family hands, you'll have to get in quick.

      Architecturally designed, the timeless and elegant home has two living, three to four double bedrooms and three bathrooms, ensuring the family's needs are well catered to. A self-contained 14m x 9m barn has it's own kitchen, office, bathroom, and workshop facilities and there is a block of stables, a stock yard and additional storage sheds. Settle here for generations to come or redevelop only the new owner will get to choose.
    • Property features


      More Than Two, Internal Access


      Other Rooms Family Room / Workshop Hot Water Electric Kitchen Designer Dining Combined Kitchen Bathroom Separate Bathrooms / Separate WCs / Separate Shower / Ensuite Stove Electric Interior Ceilings: Gib / Insulation: Wool Batts / Joinery: Aluminium Joinery Interior Condition Excellent Floors Single Storey Heating Gas / Heat Pump Lounge Separate Lounge


      Base Concrete Fencing Fully Fenced Roof Iron / Colour Steel Exterior Concrete Block Exterior Condition Excellent Views Bush / Rural Views Frontage Street Levels Above Ground Amenities Transport / Shops Water Extra Features Town / Tank Section Contour Level Sewage Tank


      Blinds, Burglar Alarm, Curtains, Dishwasher, Drapes, Extractor Fan, F/Floor Cover, Garage Door Opener, Heated Towel Rail, Light Fittings, Rangehood, Stove, Telephone Chattels, Tv Aerial, Waste Master, Cooktop Oven, Central Vac System