The Border Watch : November 8th 2013
17 Kavanagh Road, Worrolong Gambier, look no further than this picturesque property nestled at the rural haven of Worrolong. But what sets this property apart from other country living listings is that it has two self-contained cottages, which are being used for a small accommodation business. The property, located just 11kms from the Blue Lake city, is sprawled over five acres and has a smorgasbord of features. These include horses stables, enclosed dog kennels, lovely gardens, a playground area, large shedding, double garage, a chicken coop and two fully contained cottages. Meanwhile, the property also boasts a lovely expansive home, which has open plan living and a delightful timber deck that wraps around the house. This allows the owner to capture the stunning panoramic views of the property, which oozes serenity and country hospitality. Country Hideaway I F YOU are searching for a country hideaway just minutes from the outskirts of Mount The garden – that has beautiful roses and established native trees – is a haven for birds that frequent the property including rosellas as well as white and black cockatoos. Moreover the property, which has a fully secure boundary fence, is divided into seven small paddocks with bore water points. It is so serene and peaceful – the Property Owner “The cottages are well established with repeat business and offers a great opportunity to take on a established business,” Complete Real Estate marketing agent Bianca Taylor said. Located separately from the main house, she said the two wellequipped cottages were private and secluded and offered their own space for guests. 2 - The Border Watch Real Estate Guide, Friday, November 8, 2013 equipped kitchens and laundry facilities. Importantly, she said the main residence also has an office for running the accommodation business. Walking through the property this week, the current owners of the property described the fabulous country lifestyle the location offered. “Both cottages have a carport, shared stables and fenced yards for pets,” Bianca said. “Lovely timber flooring is featured through the cottages, which also have slow combustion wood heating and a reverse cycle unit.” She said the units also have fully “It is so serene and peaceful,” the property owner mentioned. He said the self-contained cottages generally attracted weekly bookings. “We have people staying here from around the world,” said the owner, who explained the accommodation business was particularly attractive to visitors who needed to bring their dogs or pets.
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