This beautifully established property offers an exceptional way of life. Walk to Brookfield Showground. Swim and fish in the waterhole. Watch your livestock graze. Live with views and breezes in the stunning, northeast facing home.
The brick and glass home from Lisang Design, impeccably crafted by Jason Richardson Builders , makes the most of its perfect aspect and views to the horizon. The beauty of the bush is brought into the home through glass walls and doors. You can see across the pool and paddocks to the mountain ranges. Neighbouring properties are only visible in the distance. Celebrations large and small are easily held in any number of beautiful settings. The vast, northeast facing, indoor and outdoor lounges are across from the pool and share the double-sided fireplace. Both lounges are glorious all year round.
The open plan kitchen is a joy to be in with northeasterly breezes and views. The long stone bench makes it easy to cater for all indoor and outdoor dining areas. The 1200mm Steel Cucine range cooker with two ovens and seven brass gas burners is brand new. The butler’s pantry and walk-in cold room are spacious. As well as being cooled by prevailing breezes, the home has ducted air conditioning throughout. The king sized master bedroom is imbued with views. The ensuite is large and airy and the walk-in-robe is the size of a room. The home office for two is a quiet, light filled space. Clever separation of living has the children’s wing at the other end of the house. The northeast rumpus room steps out to the views and pool and has a dedicated built-in study area. Three generously proportioned bedrooms all have views and built-in wardrobes. The three-way bathroom ensures peace with its separated layout. The double garage has extra area for a workshop or storage. There are many additional spaces for parking.
All of the property’s improvements are designed and built to an impeccable standard and reflect the time invested in creating a country life. The horse infrastructure includes stables with two stalls, a tack room, wash bay and three paddocks with a mix of wire and electric fencing. The rural shed has a concrete floor and ample space for the tractor, machinery and tools. The permanent waterhole, fed by Gold Creek and Moggill Creek, is a tranquil oasis. Cool off in the water or throw in a fishing line. The property is in the heart of Brookfield’s active community. Within a short horse ride is Brookfield’s historic showground and village where locals come together for pony club, the show, farmers’ markets and social events in the hall. Brookfield State School and the bus stop for private schools are only a couple of minutes’ drive down the road. You can walk to the bus stop for city buses. Close by are trails that go for miles through Mt Coot-tha Forest Park for walkers, runners, bike riders and horse riders.
46 Bundaleer Street has been home to a family that has grown and thrived on the property. Inspect today. This exceptional property will soon find a new family to flourish in its abundant and beautiful spaces.