Two superb homes on an ideal acreage awaits you at Mogo

Sharon Kelley 21 August 2020 5
Mogo country home

Beautiful country home – and accommodation for more – at Mogo. Photos: Supplied.

With a total of seven bedrooms and three bathrooms, the two homes and the sleepout on the property at 44 Buckenboura Road at Mogo presents limitless opportunities for business operations and private living, or both.

The two homes, one with four bedrooms and two bathrooms, the other with three bedrooms and one bathroom, are set on 2.81 hectares of land with the Old Mogo Creek running through it.

Set around the perimeter of the property is State Forest, giving both homes privacy. Only 10 kilometres from Batemans Bay, the homes are dual occupancy approved, are connected to town water and have Bio Cycle sewerage systems.

The main homestead with four bedrooms and two bathrooms is light and spacious. Polished timber floors unite the kitchen, dining and formal lounge rooms, which have plenty of customised cabinetry for storage. The living area is spacious, and floor-to-ceiling glass lights the entire space with a view of the State Forest beyond. For nature and Australian flora and fauna enthusiasts, the vistas from any window will provide an endless changing view of the bush and its inhabitants.

Beautiful country home

Aerial view of the idyllic Mogo property.

The kitchen is well equipped, with a 40 mm Caesar stone waterfall benchtop, gas cooktop, double electric oven and dishwasher, and a walk-in pantry with plenty of storage room. The lounge, dining and family areas are open plan and spacious, providing a light and airy space for family gatherings.

The master suite features a walk-in wardrobe with an ensuite with a luxurious double shower, while the family bathroom has a corner spa bath, ideal for soaking away your aches and pains. Both bathrooms have IXL-tastic heaters for those winter days, and all bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. Bedrooms two and three have overhead fans for those hot summer nights, but the home is also amply cooled and heated by reverse-cycle air conditioning.

There is a large laundry with built-in cupboards, phone points in all rooms, and the home is ready for you to connect to the NBN and Foxtel. The home has LED lighting throughout, and is well insulated, and has Category 5 cabling throughout.


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The second home on the property has a slow combustion wood fire and ceiling fans, a new kitchen, gas cooktop and electric oven, in addition to new plumbing and wiring. There are built-in robes in all bedrooms, and ceiling fans.

It would make an ideal rental property as it has separate meters, or it could become a bed and breakfast opportunity. It is also NBN ready, with Category 5 cabling for super-fast internet.

LJ Hooker Sales Agent Karen Herrick said the property is in an extremely popular area, and only a walk away from Mogo Village. For the new owner, there are endless options, including an extraordinary opportunity to start a business or create your own bush hideaway.

“This property is surrounded by State Forest and has two homes. Really, the business opportunities that could be undertaken are only limited by your imagination,” she said.

“It’s a rare sale. Mogo properties are some of the most tightly held on the market. There’s a great community here and a lovely village atmosphere that can’t be found anywhere else.”

The home is listed at $1,179,000.

You can view this beautiful acreage home at 44 Buckenboura Road at Mogo, and see all the latest hot listings on Zango. To arrange a private inspection, contact LJ Hooker Moruya Sales Agent Karen Herrick on 4471 2344 or 0417 990014.


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5 Responses to Two superb homes on an ideal acreage awaits you at Mogo
Kathy Burton Kathy Burton 2:34 pm 24 Aug 20

Leanne Catanzariti, Danny Catanzariti - housing situations sorted!!

    Leanne Catanzariti Leanne Catanzariti 3:54 pm 24 Aug 20

    Kathy Burton this is perfect! 👍 $600,000 each we could do it. Danny and Darren would just have to travel 3.5 hours to work each day. 🤷‍♀️

    Kathy Burton Kathy Burton 4:34 pm 24 Aug 20

    Leanne Catanzariti - haha, I know right?! And am perfectly okay with the guys doing that travel! (Or we just move business down there?!). I know we could make that place work!!!

    Leanne Catanzariti Leanne Catanzariti 7:46 pm 24 Aug 20

    Kathy Burton, I agree, but you don't have to convince me it's the other two that will disagree.

Kate Mungo Kate Mungo 11:56 am 22 Aug 20

Alana...? Sisterwives?!

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