157 Oregon Road Warialda
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Beautifully appointed home, just 7 years old, set in established native gardens designed by landscape architect, Tracey Whiteman. The northerly aspect invites you through bi fold doors from the travertine tiled alfresco into the living room, featuring polished concrete floors and generous light filled windows, with calming rural views . Top quality designer features throughout including shadow line ceilings, high-end tapware and door fittings, interior and exterior blinds from Peter Meyer of Sydney, Jetmaster wood fire and built in heatnglo gas heater, plus insulated materials ensure year-round comfort. Open plan living with magical vistas from every window.
Huge master bedroom featuring , marble tiled ensuite and freestanding bath as well as walk-in robe.
Caesar stone features, six burner Australian made self igniting gas cooktop and Fisher and Paykel pyrolytic oven.
Spacious light-filled entry foyer. Well-proportioned guest room/studio and bathroom, with access to carport patio and large well laid out utility room.
Stand-alone off grid solar system with backup generator. Three bay 12m x 15m shed with concrete floor, high roller doors, attached skillions and permanently positioned 20' container.
Only 1 hour to Moree airport ( direct 1.5hr flight to Sydney)
Reliable internet and mobile service.
Extremely well presented property, situated approximately 5 minutes from Warialda and comprising 261.60ha or 646.43 acres of which around half is cleared for grazing. The remainder being bushland with abundant native wildlife.
Versatile property suited to rural pursuits of horses, cattle or sheep.
Come home to 'Djililie' and enjoy the picturesque views and the vastness of the night sky.
Sought after sustainable lifestyle.
: 261.60 hectares
JA McGregor Livestock & Property
74 Hope Street PO Box 4
T 02 6729 2212
F 02 6729 1916
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