This 100-acre property is nestled between The Shoalhaven River and The Deua National Park, approximately 48km south of Braidwood. The property is fully fenced with a spring fed dam, natural wetlands and 350m access to the Shoalhaven River, an ideal spot to cool off from a hot summers day.
Historically, the rich loamy soil on the river flats were used for crops, although more recently the have been used for livestock and then recreational endeavours such as motorbikes, walking and bike riding. The back half of the property comprises of grasslands undulating into a eucalyptus forest.
The homestead is a cosy brick and timber clad house, boasting 2 bedrooms in the main house and a guest / art studio adjoining the shed. There are two wood-fire heaters and an enormous open fireplace for owners and guests to enjoy in the cooler months. There is a protected pebbled courtyard to the front of the house and a lovely wrap around balcony in the rear - somewhere to relax and enjoy the incredible sweeping views over the valley.
The garden comprises of established ornamental and fruit trees offering some shade to lie down and watch the clouds pass by. There is also a 120 m flying-fox for the children (and adults) to enjoy.
The home and shed have successfully run off the standalone solar-powered system which, has only recently been replaced with a brand-new set of batteries. There are 2 28,000lt water tanks servicing the home.
The local area is abounding with all sorts of possible adventures: The Wyanbene Caves, The Marble Arch, The Big Hole and plenty of local 4WD tracks.
**Please note - this property is 4WD access only. **
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1/140 Mackeys Lane is located within the suburb of Wyanbene, which has a population of 33, a median age of 55 and an average household density of 2 people.