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Victoria North
Victoria North
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Bendigo Real Estate
21.8 fertile hectares, town water and a four-bedroom homestead
Come home to the wide acres and big sky of rural Sebastian and a lifestyle that's rarely on sale. This outstanding farmlet and homestead feels a world away from suburbia, and yet it's less than 10 minutes from Eaglehawk and approximately 23 km from the heart of Bendigo. The 21.8 Ha (54-acres) property has great income potential for hay production and livestock, with excellent infrastructure in place, three paddocks and four dams, the largest of which holds approximately five megalitres of water and has a 240v pressure pump that supplies water to the garden and can be connected to troughs. Fronting the property is the quintessential country home with a wide, elevated veranda wrapping around all four sides. Inside, find four over-sized bedrooms with built-in-robes. Three have bay windows. The main has an ensuite. The family bathroom and laundry also boast generous country proportions, as do the living areas. At 6 x 7.4 metres, the loungeroom, with wood heater and reverse cycle split system a/c, is a flexible space that even has room for a slate pool table - the owners will leave this behind for your enjoyment! The dining room flows through to a country-style kitchen, with solid timber cabinets and a slow combustion stove, in addition to the wall oven and gas cook top. There's also a dishwasher and pantry cupboard. A 4.5kw solar system takes full advantage of the Sebastian sunshine, and incredibly- the property is connected to Bendigo mains pressure town water which is a rarity indeed, so no need to rely on rainwater tanks or having to buy in water in the summertime. There is also the bonus of three-phase power for those in the trade, and the Optus tower is close by for a speedy wifi connection. Outside, there's an undercover patio and a four-bay carport connects to a garage with roller doors. Further down the property, find a silo for stock feed and extensive shedding, which has been used for pigs and sheep, but could also convert to stables. The open pastures would make this a terrific horse property. Buy now and get ready for the spring growth; the paddocks have produced 125 rounds bales of oaten hay in the past from one of the paddocks, while clover and rye grass also features. Families with children will note the school bus passes right by the front door and connects to Eaglehawk and Bendigo schools. The Raywood township is just five minutes up the road, with its classic country pub and new train station along the Swan Hill-Bendigo-Melbourne line.
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