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Lot 51 Klinger Road, Mannanarie

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HUGE REDUCTION - Owner says SELL!

With a price drop of over $50,000 - this beautiful property ought to attract your attention! It's not hard to feel comfortable and forget everything in this beautiful rural hideaway. A classic stone villa built in 1890's set on a 3.5 hectare allotment, far from the hustle and bustle between Orroroo and Jamestown. In more recent times some high quality additions and renovations have been undertaken. The property is currently used as an established and well recognised hosted bed and breakfast business known as "Peggys Retreat" - see www.peggysretreat.com.au. This business has been operating successfully for a number of years and holds a liquor license and website included in the sale together with practically everything you will need to keep it going, as it is being offered pretty well “walk in walk out". The kitchen facilities are spectacular with natural timber features with a stunning imported stove. The family room extension is extremely spacious and allows a multitude of potential uses, currently providing a larger than normal living area, games room and well stocked cellar together with plenty of natural light overlooking the green pastures. There are 5 bedrooms each with ensuite facilities and handicap friendly. There is a separate fully fitted office / study, a tasteful formal dining room and the inspiring central passage with gleaming pine floors. If you didn't want to continue to run this business it isn't hard to imagine this as a top place to live or retire in style. Inspection by appointment.

$495,000 Neg

ID# 31735120004

Michael Rowbottom

Michael Rowbottom
0412 399 366

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