Clarence Valley Independent

Be At home With Nature

NEW PRICE – $465,000

9 Hilltop Close, Lawrence

Tucked away among a wide variety of mature plants, trees and shrubs within the very desirable Lawrence Ridge Estate on the edge of town. This very private, larger than average block (5,072m2) backs onto a pocket of natural bush-land which is home to an abundance of bird-life and a frequent stopover for koalas, wallabies and many other native animals.

The unique home is perfect as one spacious residence, yet the wing design provides great potential for accommodating family or friends without compromising your space and privacy.

One end of the home has two bedrooms, a bathroom, generous sized living area, access to a covered deck and a large kitchen with plenty of drawers, corner pantry, ample cupboard space, dishwasher, larger than standard under-bench oven, gas cook-top and a wide fridge space with water connection.

The other end of the home has a separate external access and can be closed off internally for total privacy or independent living if desired. This wing of the home has one generous sized bedroom, a decent sized living area, reverse cycle air-conditioner, kitchenette, bathroom and a large private deck.

Features of both areas include S/S ceiling fans, raked ceilings which compliments an open airy feeling and large windows that perfectly capture the tranquil outlook and desirable summer breezes.

Other features of the home and property include solar power back to the grid, solar hot-water, town water plus two large rainwater collection tanks, a wide variety of fruit trees including many exotic species, plenty of open yard space, a partially screened double carport which is currently utilised as an additional undercover living space and a large Colorbond shed with a full length lean-to.

For your chance to view this very special property contact the listing agent Ken Bolton on 0402 405 000.

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