Nestled among the rolling hills and redgums of Flaxman Valley lies 'Troopers Rest'; an original 1850's stone cottage with a fascinating local history that has been lovingly presented and restored to capture its integral past. Sitting on a desirable 5 acres, this charming 3 bedroom home has retained its period features whilst blending with comfortable modernity like high ceilings, spacious bedrooms, slow combustion and electric fireplaces, slate flooring, a gorgeous 'sunroom' and an enclosed undercover entertaining area. Outside boasts a double garage with additional work and garden shed. The main event however is a light-filled 6x6m studio built in 2004 with a raked ceiling, reverse cycle air conditioning, sink/taps and bench area. Such a versatile space and truly an asset to the property. The cottage itself looks proudly out over the property, which gently slopes down to its own running creek, dotted with poplar, quince and red gum trees. A perfect amount of space for a hobby farm or just to admire in its natural state. Approximately 50,000l of rainwater is plumbed to the house and 32 solar panels on the roof. Only a 25 minute drive to Angaston, 'Troopers Rest' is a true delight in character and location, and perfect for those passionate in a historic rural lifestyle.
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