The Border Watch : November 15th 2013
145 O’Neil Road, Worrolong Charming rural property W ALKING through this picturesque country property nestled in the beautiful rural area of Worrolong, you instantly feel at home. This charming rural property – that is sprawled across eight acres – oozes serenity and the country laid back lifestyle. With panoramic views of the rolling green landscape, beautiful gardens, horses stables and a gorgeous sold brick home, this property is a dream come true for a discerning buyer searching for a “treechange” away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Listed for sale by Elders Real Estate Mount Gambier, the property has been well designed to not only capture the stunning views, but also for entertaining. The patio entertaining area is simply stunning and would be ideal for afternoon tea parties or celebrations into the evening. Importantly, the property would also be a paradise for young inquisitive children who could This is certainly an impressive property with a smorgasbord of features – Barry Ritter meander around the garden, play on the expressive cubby house, feed the birds in the aviary and watch possums frequenting the garden at night. The property – called Native Storm – has a low maintenance garden that boasts around 300 native trees, which attracts a myriad of native animals and birds such as cockatoos, rosellas and the odd kangaroo. Importantly, the property also has a self-contained granny flat that has its own kitchen, bathroom and living area. Whether it is for an elderly parent or a teenager who is searching for independence, 2 - The Border Watch Real Estate Guide, Friday, November 15, 2013 this is undoubtedly one of the many standout features of this impressive property. The granny flat would also be great for accommodating visitors or could be fantastic play area for children. “This is certainly an impressive property with a smorgasbord of features,” Elders marketing agent Barry Ritter said. Given the horse stables and associated infrastructure, he said the property would also ideally suit an equine enthusiast. He said the property also had a tack room and a horse round yard. Mr Ritter said the property’s other features were endless, including an aviary, large wooden cubby house, tennis court and a vehicle maintenance pit in the garage. The home is also heated with the warmth and cozy ambience of a slow combustion wood heating and had exterior roller blinds to shield the home from the harsh sun in summer. A fishpond is also nestled at the front of the property, which is connected to power. Moreover, the property also has a solid stone garage, which is ideal area to tinker around with tools. Meanwhile, the main residence is simply stunning, with an impressive sunken lounge, high ceilings, classic Tasmanian oak kitchen and remodeled bathrooms. The home – constructed 25 years ago – was built by a builder who meticulously planned and built the expansive home, which continues to stand the test of time in terms of quality, functionality and it neutral and classic décor.
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