This is house was built within the last 10 years by the award winning Mackkcon Homes and presents as good as new. It is on a large block of 4000m2 and faces north to take advantage of the Grampians view and the winter sun into the living areas. The kitchen living area is an open plan design with carpet in the living area and tiles in the kitchen. The Kitchen features include a large island bench, induction hotplates, wall oven, dishwasher and built in pantry . A bay window in the middle of the room provides and excellent place to enjoy breakfast, dinner or tea.
The master bedroom has an ensuite and walk in robe, the 2nd & 3rd bedrooms have built in robes and direct access to the main bathroom. Other features include, a solar panel system to offset electricity costs, ducted heating and cooling as well as a ducted vacuum system and a 2 car garage.
The backyard has a 4 bay colourbond iron shed ( approx 15m *7.5m) with 2 roller doors with a concrete floor and power connected. Adjacent to the shed is a 22500 lt rainwater tank.
The backyard is fully enclosed by a colourbond fence, so pet and child friendly. Beyond the backyard is an additional 1450m2 paddock, ideal for a horse or a chicken run.
Both front and rear gardens are low maintenance.
Penshurst is situated on the Hamilton Highway 31km south-east of Hamilton, 200km west of Geelong and 274km Melbourne, and approximately midway between the Grampians - Dunkeld 29km and the sea - Warrnambool 70km & Port Fairy 63km.
This is a great opportunity to purchase a good as new property ready to move straight in.
Penshurst is an historic rural service centre situated at the foot of Mt Rouse in South West Victoria. It has a population of around 500 people and offers basic retail, education and health services including 2 primary schools (State & Catholic), aged care facility, hotel, post office, police station and general retail shops. It has a range of sporting facilities including football, netball, bowls and the Racing Club continuously celebrating its Cup meeting on Boxing day since 1866.
4,000 Square Mtr