All work and no play? Not at this property.
With four separate buildings, 25 acres and a large dam and jetty, 244 Tomboye Road at Tomboye has plenty of space for everyone and it’s perfect for family living, entertaining guests and enjoying the stunning countryside.
Ray White Braidwood principal Mitchell Smithers said the house is perfectly located just 30 minutes from Braidwood and 90 minutes from Canberra.
“This home has been built for entertaining and has some fabulous spaces in it. And, it has the attraction of a central location not too far from Braidwood, Nowra and Canberra.”
The Tomboye property has seven bedrooms and three bathrooms, divided between the main house and a secondary cottage.
“The house has lots of living areas with plenty of room for family and guests to spread out,” Mitchell said.
The main house boasts an open-plan living and dining area complete with cathedral-style ceilings, adding to the spaciousness.
The large modern kitchen, with a 90 cm oven and timber edge bench tops, leads onto a sunroom giving you the space to enjoy your morning cup of tea.
An enclosed alfresco area with a barbecue for entertaining leads off the living areas and a full-size billiards room is set at the other end of the home.
The master bedroom has its own private courtyard, walk-in robe and an ensuite, while two other bedrooms share a spacious bathroom complete with a full-size feature bathtub.
Two free-standing wood heaters and air conditioning will keep you warm or cool, no matter the weather.
The well-fitted timber ‘tavern’ is set away from the main house and is a private space for relaxing or entertaining, complete with a barbecue area, plumbing for beer on tap and its own fireplace to chase away the winter chills.
“You could have a few good nights in there, I reckon,” Mitchell said.
A cottage located on the property close to the house accommodates a further four bedrooms to host family or friends when they visit.
A large dam and jetty are also located on the property, meaning prospective owners can test their luck finding yabbies.
There is more to see on this property, with established gardens, solar panels and a rainwater tank.
Mitchell said the property offers a sense of privacy and seclusion.
“It’s not that far from Braidwood, but you feel like you’re away from everything. This would suit someone looking to entertain or for a tree change without sacrificing city comforts. You could have a rural lifestyle with all the good parts.”
To find out more about 244 Tomboye Road, Tomboye, call Ray White Braidwood principal Mitchell Smithers on 0427 637 257, and be sure to check out all the latest listings on Zango.