Situated just a stone’s throw to the Allan’s Flat waterhole and the renowned Strawberry Farm, 64 Wallace Road retains a desirable lifestyle frequently sought but seldom found.
Providing a pastoral setting, the home is situated on 5,168m2 of manageable land, secluded from neighbouring properties to deliver a personal oasis.
Constructed of solid stone and brick, the character filled residence provides charm through a split level design, pitched ceiling and eccentric ambience. Each zone of the home overlooks private gardens, taking advantage of the tranquil outlook to create a spacious feel.
The sunken lounge comprises a combustion log fire while the formal dining area opens through double doors to the garden. The kitchen and meals area also features flow to the alfresco area and includes walk in pantry.
Bedrooms one and two include built in robes and are segregated by the bathroom. A mezzanine level could serve as an additional third bedroom or study area/home office.
Just steps from the main residence you will find an artist’s studio/workshop complete with store room. With double French doors opening to the garden, the space is perfect for the creative mind and those with recreational hobbies.
Practical attributes include well access to a bore, providing a virtually limitless water supply. The bore pumps to a 25,000-litre tank which then services the property. Modern convinces are covered with ducted electric reverse cycle heating throughout, ceiling fans, solar panel system and solar hot water.
A gorgeous home well suited to the creative mind, 64 Wallace road should be inspected to be truly appreciated.