There are luxury homes and off-grid homes, but it’s not often that you get both.
Nicola Brady of Brady’s Real Estate says 9393, route des Rois at Mulloon is a unique rural property, offering the best of both worlds.
“This is a large, luxurious house that stands out completely from the network,” she said.
“It’s a state-of-the-art living in a secluded bush block near Bungendore and Braidwood.”
Nicola says the impressive architect-designed house offers a view from all angles.
“Virtually every room offers picturesque views through the full height windows, from the rolling lawn dotted with mature gums rising to the great dam and beyond the hill as a backdrop – it’s spectacular,” he said. she declared.
The north-facing house is passive solar, with an angled roof and tall, sun-drenched windows that keep the house toasty in the winter.
“When you walk into the house at any time of the day, it’s always around 20 degrees,” Nicola said.
“In summer, the angle of the roof blocks out the harsh sun, while the large windows allow good air circulation through the house.”
She says the home is in like-new condition, with superior features throughout, including a slow-burning fireplace with a stone hearth, jarrah flooring, and expansive outdoor living areas.
“You can see the quality and thoughtfulness that went into this house when it was built and it’s been so well maintained – it’s like new,” Nicola said.
“When you enter the house, your first impression does not disappoint! “
An inviting entrance opens onto the undercover and entertaining outdoor patio offering some of the most breathtaking views in the neighborhood.
The family room also opens onto the deck, providing the perfect spot to sit with a cup of tea in the morning sun or open a bottle of red with friends in the evening.
“The outdoor area is where you will make the most of the beautiful country life,” Nicola added.
Providing both formal and informal living spaces, there is plenty of space for a large family, while the open kitchen will delight the home chef with soft-closing cabinets, Caesarstone worktops, and a breakfast bar. breakfast and stainless steel appliances.
Nicola says the four bedrooms are generous in size, with a separate master bedroom with a walk-in closet and a modern bathroom.
The master bathroom is luxurious, with an antique clawfoot tub, separate shower, and wall-mounted vanity with stone countertop.
Outside, all of the work has been done on this 100-acre property, with established landscaping and gardens, as well as a mesh orchard with stone fruit, berries, apple and almond trees.
There is plenty of parking, with eight covered parking spaces provided by a double carport with ample storage next to the house as well as two large machine sheds / workshops. A shed has electricity and an oversized double garage in the front and a carport on the side.
The property is powered by a standalone 3.6 kW solar system with 21 solar panels, plus a 1 kW wind turbine.
Water is also plentiful with a large rooftop catchment area filling the water reservoirs, and there are three good sized dams on the property.
Nicola says the leveled 1.5 mile driveway provides freeway access to the secluded property just 15 minutes from Bungendore, 50 minutes from Canberra, and an hour from Batemans Bay.
“We are so lucky to have rural properties like this so close to Canberra, with great schools and businesses in the town and neighboring towns, including the new high school coming to Bungendore,” he said. she declared.
“It’s a hobby farm with enough space for a few horses and for the children to have space to run and play, off the grid, in the fresh air.
“A great place to raise a family or to get away from the hectic city life.”