The rural living property known as Clydesdale Hill is located within easy reach of the established regional service towns of Seymour, Broadford and Kilmore at 175 Clydesdale Road Hilldene.
Currently listed for private sale by the Ruralco Property office in Kilmore the agents say this property meets all the criteria for a desirable rural living opportunity and importantly at its listed sale price of $539,000 makes it a very affordable option for a family or even a tradesman wanting to relocate from the metropolitan area.
First there is the land area of just on 17 hectares or 42 acres that is subdivided into five stock fenced paddocks.
So it is ideal for equestrian pursuits or to run a hobby scale livestock breeding or grazing venture.
Then there is the solid brick homestead on a concrete slab that was built about twenty four years ago and finished to the vendor’s specification.
On offer are three large bedrooms each with built in robes; the master also with an ensuite, two bathrooms and large living areas, plus a study and space to park two vehicles under a spacious double carport with plenty of room for parking larger vehicles.
The kitchen has been renovated recently to include the latest appliances and adjoins the meals area while the living space has its own wood fire plus reverse cycle air-conditioning.
In addition to verandas on all sides there is an ideally sited separate gazebo or alfresco relaxing area that is the ideal outdoor place to watch the sun rise or fall with an appropriate glass or cup in hand.
The property name of Clydesdale Hill is enough to confirm that the homestead area is sited on the highest point of elevation of the land giving outstanding views over the local district and to almost all points of the compass.
There are good outbuildings including a large 6 by 13 metre machinery shed with concrete floor and power connected that is currently used as a workshop and would delight many tradesmen or hobbyist pursuits.
Another smaller shed of 4 by 15 metres also with a power connection is used currently for small machinery and tractor storage.
All the improvements are situated in an attractive garden setting with plenty of rose bushes, established trees and bushes and encased by lawned areas.
Water needs are taken account of by a large rainwater household storage system of 80,000litres in capacity with two smaller tanks providing for garden watering.
The homestead is reached by a 500 metre long gravel driveway with the nearest main access the Pyalong-Seymour bitumen road being only a few minutes away.
Ruralco Property Kilmore’s selling agent Jeanette Laffan says that this is the type of affordable rural living property within easy reach of the City and fully serviced local townships with good education, retail and services that offers flexible choices for simple rural living, to incorporate a home based industry or trade vocation, or just to relax and take in all the ambience of the location and the surrounding aspects.
“The vendor couple who have an industrial business closer to Melbourne while using Clydesdale Hill as their home base have now decided to retire and to seek out a small property.
“When you compare a property of Clydesdale Hill’s scale, versatility, improvements and features and within easy commuter distance of the City with the median price for residences in most Melbourne suburbs it’s easy to see why rural living for a family or couple offers so much appeal” Jeanette Laffan says.
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