Hilltop hideaway with a grand homestead vibe – realestate.com.au

Hilltop hideaway with a grand homestead vibe - realestate.com.au

446 Summit Rd, Mount Barker Summit.

A Mount Barker Summit house affords a beautiful way of life in an enviable location with gorgeous views.

Ashley and Cathy Day purchased the house ‘Rosebrae’ at 446 Summit Rd, Mount Barket Summit in 2010, attracted by its vista and tranquil setting.

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One of many 4 bedrooms.

“We’re ex-farmers from the Meningie and Coomandook space, and needed to relocate to the Hills and, being a broadacre farmer, I used to be searching for some land and we took one take a look at this place and fell in love right away,” he says. “The views are unimaginable, you’ll be able to see proper by way of to the lakes and coorong, and you’ll see so far as Goolwa. Plus the house itself is unimaginable and has the texture of a grand Australian homestead. We actually liked that and we liked the return verandas – it was like our dream house, and we’ve completed fairly a bit to it, together with placing within the pool, which is superb.”

The house has 4 bedrooms, open-plan dwelling, shedding, ample out of doors leisure area, and established gardens and high quality grazing land for cattle and horses. Now downsizing, Mr Day says he’ll miss the house’s handy location.

“We’re actually remoted right here – we are able to’t see the main centres – however at then similar time we’re inside strolling distance of a grocery store and it’s really easy to get onto the freeway for a straightforward commute to the town,” he stated. “It has been a tremendous place to reside.”

Value: Contact agent.

Agent: Dee Anne Hunt 0411555774

Land measurement: 22.27ha

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