The best of both worlds at luxury Wamboin property

A luxurious n colonial-style home and an entertainers’ dream, this Wamboin property is sure to astound.

Nestled in a small community roughly 30 kilometres from the centre of Canberra, this residence feels like an escape from reality but not too far from the pleasures of urban life.

One step inside 1311 Norton Road, is a bit like walking into a wondrous maze – you don’t know where you will end up but the promised destination is sure to be something magical.

You’re first greeted by the formal dining and lounge connecting to a large gaming room with a billiard table and timber bar. You can just imagine the joyful late nights these walls have seen spent entertaining guests with a drink or two in hand.

As you continue up the corridor, beyond it’s generous five bedrooms, you are met with a more casual family and meals area, where charming timber fittings adorn the space and contrast beautifully with the blue tiling in the kitchen.

Journey through the character home and you’ll soon reach the glorious indoor pool with its own kitchenette and change room. It is the pinnacle of the home, the jewel of the crown, offering endless reward all year round.

Outside the main house lies a detached private cottage. Perfect for guests or a sanctuary retreat from the house, it boasts an en suite bedroom, convenient kitchenette and library.

Built in 1995, the approximately 600-square-metre home is set on 10 acres of impeccable grounds with meticulously maintained gardens adding immense personality to this rural estate.

Reflecting on the place he has called home for the past seven-and-a-half years, seller Tony Garrett says what he’s loved most about the home is its location.

“It’s the best of both worlds being able to live in the country with such close proximity to the city,” he says.

When they purchased the property, Tony and his wife, Melissa, focused their energy and green thumb on the garden.

“The grounds were a blank canvas for us, and in that time we have worked to make a truly beautiful outlook,” he says.

Belle Property selling agent Ryan Broadhurst believes the property is a relaxed socialites’ dream.

“It’s a perfect lifestyle property, you’ve got post rail fencing surrounding the 10 acres and a large home with separate accommodation, which is ideal for when family visits,” he says.

“It’s great for entertaining and if people are interested they can have horses, cattle or sheep,” adds Tony.

Despite the rural setting, there is a communal atmosphere within Wamboin.

“Wamboin is a really good community, they do monthly newsletters and always have events at the Wamboin Community Hall. ” says Broadhurst.

Indeed, the Wamboin Community Hall is the hub of activity for the approximate 1700 residents. Shops and cafes are limited but the beautiful rolling hills of the area definitely make up for this. And if you fancy yourself a wine sommelier, cool climate winery, Contentious Character, is the suburb’s hidden gem where you can enjoy a delectable drop alongside woodfired pizza.

Wamboin is ideal for families and those seeking a rural escape with the creature comforts of the city.

1311 Norton Road, Wamboin

Auction: Saturday, December 16, 2pm

Price guide: $1.7 million +

Agents: Ryan Broadhurst and Shane Zwajgenberg, Belle Property Kingston, 0417 513 896 & 0419 698 899

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