“Pemberley” is an attractive small farm set just over 20km’s west of Orange among rolling hills.
With features that include: a 4 bedroom home, a 24 x 10m machinery shed, a stock and domestic bore as well as frontage to the Boree and Barton Creeks
The home is a mixture of new and old and has been renovated extensively (although not quite completed) with 4 bedrooms, office, 2 bathrooms and 2 living areas.
The new part of the home includes an open plan kitchen, dining and living area with hardwood flooring, reverse cycle airconditioning and a slow combustion wood heater downstairs, plus an office (or 5th bedroom), and master bedroom with a lovely pitched ceiling and modern ensuite upstairs.
The kitchen is modern and functional with a large walk in pantry, island bench, granite benchtops, gas cooktop, dishwasher and has a pitched ceiling adding to the spacious living area.
The original house comprises of 3 bedrooms with timber floors, built in wardrobes and external access to the verandah, plus a bathroom and a 2nd living area with a wood heater.
Outside there is an easy to maintain garden with a 2 car garage with heaps of storage and lovely views of the surrounding area.
Adjacent to the house yard are the machinery shed, near completed sheep yards with an adjoining shed that could be converted to a shearing shed, plus operational cattle yards.
The country on “Pemberley” is undulating to steep and ranges from 580 – 700m above sea level and is dissected by Barton Creek and has the Boree Creek as the eastern boundary.
Soils are predominately basalt and there are large areas of rocky country, plus some country that could potentially be farmed.
“Pemberley” is a property that has the potential to be further improved and is situated in a very desirable location close to the major regional centre of Orange.