Semi-rural homes unite the best of many worlds as they combine the healthy hues of the majestic countryside, the utility of these wide and flourishing plains, and the convenience of metropolis close-by.
49 Frances Road is among the greatest of these. This semi-rural character home designed and built by Federation Homes in 2010, is crafted with care amid the lush green.
SAL Real Estate agent Malcolm Hautop, representing the home, spoke to SA Real Estate News on the merits of the property, describing the home as a “magnificent home on a picturesque 46.6 acres with scattered majestic gum trees on the outskirts of Bordertown.”
The word ‘majestic’ is applicable to many aspects of the property. Throughout the gleaming, manicured lawns, gardens and acres of lush fields can be glimpsed from every window.
Inside, the 3 metre-high ceilings, the spacious kitchen island and the feature fireplace sitting in its cavernous alcove, hold their own.
Beauty and utility
The location only adds to the appeal, Malcolm describing “a thriving Agricultural area plus large scale industrial businesses with excellent retail and a fantastic community. A great place to live and bring up a family.”
“Owners have been running their Transport business from this site, offering the new owner multiple uses for this property subject to necessary consents, or just a lovely place to kick back and relax. No expense spared.”
The uses in question are made possible by many water tanks – five rainwater, two bore – as well as sheds, paddocks, raceways and cattle yards.
As for the relaxation, the perfect spot is a dam rippling adjacent to the home, ringed with gum trees whose shade provides the excellent spot for blissful leisure.
49 Frances Road is on sale for $1,195,000 and is being represented by Malcolm Hautop and Melissa Waters of SAL Real Estate.
Images and floor plan can be viewed here.