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One of Bungendore's most charming properties, this home is set within a really lovely garden on a nearly half acre block right in the middle of the village. From here you can walk to the supermarket, the cafe's and shops, with the park and playing fields nearby. Children can easily walk or ride their bikes to the primary school - this truly is an outstanding location.
The character and charm of this mudbrick and straw bale home is evident from the moment you enter, it is truly bespoke. The photographs do not do it justice - it is even more magical in real life!
Set back from the street behind a tall timber fence, the home is set within a traditional flowering garden with one of the finest Quince trees in the district. A pebble driveway leads to the house and the mudbrick studio. The studio has been used as a craft and textile space, it has a mezzanine for storage and another storage room at the back. It could be used to work from home or as a creative space, a gym, a meditation or yoga space or even as a teenagers' retreat.
There is a paved courtyard and a large pergola for outdoor entertaining. Connecting to this is a deep veranda that wraps around the house keeping the weather at bay and the house cool in summer. Extensive use of floor to ceiling windows lets the light pour in, with repurposed 19th century church windows and doors adding character and warmth.
The kitchen is large, well laid out and has plenty of cupboard space, the bathroom is also a good size with a bath and a separate shower. Off this is a generous mudroom that can double as a laundry.
Currently used as a three bedroom home, with two bedrooms downstairs and and an attic master bedroom and walk in robe upstairs, there is also a study/4th bedroom with a powder room tucked behind a feature wall.
Key Features include:
• Large oasis near the centre of town - short walk to everything / supermarket, doctor, chemist, school, library, restaurants, farmers market, train station, etc
• Established magical garden with private forest creating it's own microclimate that cools in summer and heats in winter
• Front and rear lane access
• Zoned R1 providing a range of permissible opportunities (STCA)
• Mud brick and rendered straw bale home on concrete slab with timber windows and exposed beams
• Separate mud brick studio with store room
• Super insulation and thermal mass for comfortable living
• Slow combustion wood fire
• Renovated kitchen, laundry and bathroom
• Existing fruit trees and vegetable garden with plenty of space for expansion
• Extra storage in roof of house and studio
This is one of the most charming homes in Bungendore. The location is quiet but very convenient being only a 10 minute drive to JOC HQ, 20 minutes to Queanbeyan and half an hour to the airport. Bungendore is a lovely small town with all the services you may need including a large supermarket, bottle shop, bakery, cafes, medical centre, dentist, physio and more.
Inspections of this property are highly recommended. Contact Ellie Merriman on 0402 117 877 for a private inspection or for general inspection times please visit our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/RayWhiteBungendore.
DISCLAIMER. We have in preparing this document used our best endeavours to ensure the information contained is true and accurate, but accept no responsibility and disclaim all liability in respect to any errors, omissions, inaccuracies or misstatements contained. Prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries to verify the information contained in this document
The House at 57 Butmaroo Street BUNGENDORE, NSW 2621 has been sold 2 times before, with the most recent sale being for $478,000 on 5 November 2007.
57 Butmaroo Street is located within the suburb of Bungendore, which has a population of 4,178, a median age of 38 and an average household density of 2.9 people.