303 Boyd Road KEYSBROOK, WA 6126

Sold on 27 Nov 2011
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2 Cars

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REDUCED BY 100,000!

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 2 Cars

Located just off Boyd Rd this lovely rural property is located on 5 acres (20234m2). It's the perfect bush retreat, or could be a great self sufficient hobby farm.
There's a lovingly presented double brick and colourbond home with a double carport. Built around about 1997. This well presented home has 260m of living area with four bedrooms. one study, a formal lounge, a huge loft with verandah and a great kitchen, dining and family room in one. It's also surrounded on three sides by a generous sized verandah and patio (not included as living area). This home is located along the banks of a natural spring fed stream. This leads into the 40 metre dam which is 3 metre deep and has stairs leading into it for easy access when swimming. Yes you have your own drinking water supply fed by the natural spring. This provides gravity fed water to a 4500 litre tank just outside the carport and also keeps the dam full year round. A bore hole has been dug and can be pumped if needed. There's also a pump which feeds the reticulation for the property. There are 6 stations of which 4 are used and there's room for expansion.

In the summer the house is kept cool by easterly which passes down the valley over the water producing a lovely cool breeze. The house is also well insulated.

Surrounding the kitchen/dining/family room are floor to ceiling windows overlooking the yard, dam and natural bush setting with streams . The kitchen has a generous amount of storage, bench space and a slow combustion wood stove which cooks scrumptious meals, and has also been plumbed so you can set up a water heater if you want. This stove keeps the place lovely and warm throughout winter. There's also a slow combustion wood heater. Then there's the electric oven and halogen top stove as a fall back. This is all surrounded by high ceiling topped with Jarrah beams and a pine ceiling. Room for huge dining table and a lounge in the family area.
Then there's the lovely spiral staircase leading up to the huge loft. This loft is 6.5x5m and is kept lovely and warm by the stove in the kitchen. Off the huge loft is a generous verandah overlooking the natural bush setting. The loft could be used for a games room, a study or whatever. At the end is a separate room which could easily be turned into a separate study, ensuite, or storage room depending on your requirements.
Each of the four bedrooms are generous in size. The master has a walk in robe, lovely shower and spa, and a separate toilet. It also has outside access and lovely views of the stream and natural bushland. The second and third bedrooms both have built in robes, the fourth bedroom is huge and they all have full length windows overlooking the dam and yard.
There is bushland on one side of the house and 4 paddocks on the other. Three paddocks are used for sheep at the moment. He used to have his own milking cow. One paddock surrounds the orchard which has a range of fruit trees including: Macadamia and almond nuts, three varieties. Of nectarines, peaches, apples and plums. Oranges and lemons. Then there's a couple of milking sheds, three pens and a shade house. There's also great opportunity to develop a business selling tree ferns. Then there's the great 8mx10m shed, with huge double door access, kitchen, cupboards and a pot belly stove.

  • Bore
  • Double Carport
  • Insulation
  • Kitchen/Dining
  • Lounge
  • Patio
  • RCDS
  • Retic
  • Septic
  • Solar HWS
  • Study
  • Verandah

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2.0234 ha / 5 acres







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