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Be ahead of the rest with My Zango
This architecturally designed country estate at Collector is impressive from the outset, with two soaring levels, it's the ultimate in modern Australian living and design.
Sitting on 2010m2, the adjacent vacant 2007m2 block is also on the market, which can be purchased separately or sold together, providing the option to build or to keep the spacious country living the current owners have enjoyed, just 30 minutes from Canberra.
The north-facing, four-bedroom, double brick home was designed by prominent local architect Andrew Randall from Dutaillas Architects and completed in 2006.
The 290m2 home's spacious rooms and high ceilings allow it to be naturally cooler in summer, but ducted heating and cooling throughout, as well as woodfire heating, ensure comfort all year round.
With a background in commercial cooking, the current owners made sure an entertainer's kitchen was at the heart of the home and it does not disappoint.
Featuring ample storage, stainless steel appliances including a chef's oven, the room is filled with natural light and views of the garden.
The kitchen opens out via double doors onto a covered alfresco area, which is enclosed at the opposite end with louvre windows to allow the space to be enjoyed in all seasons.
At the other end of the deck, the mudroom/laundry can be accessed from both in and outdoors and sits conveniently next to built-in storage.
The open plan sitting room is made to feel luxurious with the addition of a bar with built-in cupboards, sink and fridge space.
The main lounge is a huge 6m x 6m room with a slow combustion heater that leads off the wide hallway near the home's entry.
Downstairs features the master bedroom with a walk-in robe and ensuite, along with a large second bedroom located close to the home's main bathroom, including a separate toilet.
Upstairs has been carefully designed to separate this area from the rest of the house, creating a retreat for visitors or the family with older children. It also provides the flexibility to offer the space as an Airbnb.
Here you will find two more bedrooms separated by an activity room plus study.
Stunning timber flooring, ample natural light and high-quality fixtures and fittings finish the home off.
Outside the passion for cooking continues, with the woodfired South African barbecue that doubles as a heat source surrounded by meticulous landscaping.
An established garden with a large canopy of trees providing shade in summer and frost protection in winter is accompanied by a two-car garage, rainwater tanks and an on-roof solar system.
Situated a stone's throw from Some Cafe and the local cellar door, Collector Wines, Collector has much to offer including a primary school, oval with outdoor gym, produce markets and the Helen Stephens Gallery.
A true rural retreat, "Hazelgrove" has been designed for modern Australian living with lifestyle and luxury in mind.
Buyers Guide = $1,075,000
The good news is that we can still show you through this property. We are practising social distancing and will not be shaking hands. We also ask that when looking through you put your hands in your pockets and if you would like to open anything please ask a Ray White staff member to do this for you. We look forward to being able to have a good yarn as you look through.
0429 838 345
Ray White Rural Canberra | Yass
93 Comur Street, Yass, NSW
(02) 6226 4400
The land value history at 10 Murray St COLLECTOR, NSW 2581 has the most recent growth rate of 2.25%, giving an unimproved land value of $222,000.
There is currently no sale history available for 10 Murray St.
10 Murray St is located within the suburb of Collector, which has a population of 313, a median age of 37 and an average household density of 2.8 people.