46 Kangaroo Valley Road,
"Laitiers"It's Sunday morning. You awaken to fresh air, sunlight and birdsong. Then you face a difficult decision. Breakfast on the deck facing magnificent rural and escarpment views? Or a stroll around the corner into the heart of Berry for an exceptional coffee and brunch at one of your many local cafes?
Laitiers' offers the rare opportunity to enjoy country living with in-town convenience, with just over one and a half private and tranquil acres to enjoy just a short stroll from shops, restaurants, cafes, pubs, markets and Berry Public School.
"The views are just magnificent but it's only a three-minute walk into town," says the current owner, who purchased the property and spent several months upgrading the home before launching Laitiers' as a successful holiday accommodation property. "Everyone who has stayed here has just loved it."
The four-bedroom home has been freshly repainted and tiled throughout and faces north-west, ensuring complete privacy. The spacious living/dining area with cathedral ceilings and gourmet kitchen open out onto a covered outdoor entertaining area and enjoy year-round comfort with air-conditioning, ceiling fans, gas space heating and a wood-fired combustion heater.
The master bedroom is huge, as are the views it enjoys across lush dairy pastures to the dramatic escarpment beyond, and features a walk-in wardrobe, ensuite bathroom, air-conditioning and ceiling fan.
One other bedroom has air-conditioning, while the two remaining bedrooms have ceiling fans and plantation shutters.
Both the main bathroom and ensuite include a full bathtub as well as a shower recess. The house is connected to the sewer and town water, complemented with tank and bore water for the garden and a small dam at the bottom of the property.
The house is also equipped with solar panels and solar hot water. In addition, there is a three-car garage with an air-conditioned office at the back with its own lavatory and shower, stables for two horses and a training ring plus a lock-up garden shed.
The lovely gardens include an irrigated veggie garden, numerous citrus trees and bulrushes and water irises surrounding the dam. The gardens are also home to abundant birdlife, wallabies, echidnas and the occasional tortoise.
All this, with streetlights for a safe stroll home after dining out in Berry of an evening.
FEATURES AT A GLANCE
• 1.72 acres with magnificent rural and escarpment views
• Short walk into Berry
• Four bedrooms, main with walk-in robe and ensuite
• Two bathrooms
• Well-equipped kitchen
• Huge living/dining area
• Covered outdoor entertaining area
• Ceiling fans
• Gas space heating
• Wood-fired combustion stove
• Double garage with separate office, lavatory and shower
• Stables and training ring
• Sewer and town water
• Solar panels and solar hot water
• Irrigated vegetable garden