161m²

Property Description

Stunning acreage property with so much to offer

This spectacular colonial sandstone residence is packed full of original character, charm and combined with modern updates makes for an impressive homely design. This substantial family home is equipped over 2 levels. The entry level houses a large dining and beautiful farmhouse kitchen with original wood fire oven. It is here the cooks can have plenty of fun entertaining family and friends with pizza nights, slow-cooked casserole and freshly baked bread straight from the wood fire oven.

The floor plan is well-designed and offers delightful spaces, with convenience and privacy where needed. There are 4 large bedrooms (2 upstairs and 2 downstairs), study upstairs or potentially a second living area, lovely bathrooms on both levels and a well-appointed lounge area. With multiple outdoor entertaining areas providing options when spending long summer nights with friends, playing cards or relaxing or enjoying your favourite beverage.

Surrounded by tranquil acreage and picturesque views of Mount Field National Park and down towards the Derwent Valley. You are also occasionally spoilt with snow, turning the gardens and house into a winter wonderland. There is extensive planting of native trees, fruit trees, raspberry canes and vegetables. Which provides fresh delicious ingredients, especially the raspberries at Christmas time.

Other property features;
- Just 7km approx. to New Norfolk CBD
- 2x cosy wood heaters or year-round heat pump
- Stylish new bathroom upstairs
- Extensive improvements to the property
- Impressive original features throughout
- Double carport
- Plenty of parking for the motor toys
- Perfect for a hobby farm
- Shearing shed, chicken enclosure, storage sheds
- Dam, 3 rainwater tanks for garden irrigation
- Circuit pipes for irrigation and fire plan
- Fire active plan in place
- Wallaby-proofing around the front half of property

For the history lovers;
309 Ironstone Gully Road house was built by the Eiszele family around 1867. They were given a huge parcel of land (the whole of Ironstone Gully became known as German Gully), which they cultivated into orchards, ran 200 sheep, built a smithy and 309 Ironstone Gully Road house (which still has the original wood oven that would have been used for baking needs for the whole family). The sandstone for High Park came from their quarry and a lime pit. There are 4 of the family's original homes up Ironstone Gully Road, but only 309 is made of stone. The home was built near an active spring fed dam, for all the water you need for a thriving garden. The spring has never run dry and will refill overnight if you are irrigating.

309 Ironstone Gully Road is more than just a house and land, it is filled with meaningful history, offers a self-sufficient and peaceful lifestyle, stunning homely interiors and exteriors, and all the space and fresh country air one needs. You simply need to inspect this magnificent property to truly appreciate what is on offer. Contact Team Andrikonis today for your private viewing.

The information contained herein has been supplied to us and we have no reason to doubt its accuracy, however, we cannot guarantee it. Accordingly, all interested parties should make their own inquiries to verify this information.
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