143 Trig Station Lane, Kangaloon

"Valley View"
Council Rates:
$1,114.00 per quarter
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Aptly named with unrivalled views, this well proportioned homestead is one of the last examples of Richard Rowe’s architectural contributions to the Southern Highlands. Rowes’ work is synonymous with incorporating scale and proportion, Valley View is no exception. Due north facing and sitting pride of place on the 100 acre landholding in a prestigious enclave of Kangaloon. Enter via the elegant wrought iron automated gates bridled with impressive dry stone walls as you progress down the long drive way you get a strong sense of privacy and peace in this idyllic rural setting. In classic Rowe design, the executive residence enjoys three pavilions to capture and enjoy the breathtaking views over the rolling green hills of Kangaloon, extending to the Pacific Ocean, Mount Keira and Mount Kembla. The adjoining barn is self-contained and is connected to the main house by a covered walkway. Without question, Valley View is one of the Southern Highlands finest rural offerings.
The calibre of this property is rarely seen. Currently, a working cattle breeding property which has been held and lovingly developed by the one family for the past 19 years is ready to hand over to its new custodian.

The Residence
– Three pavilions arranged to enjoy the views from all aspects
– Four bedrooms all with built in robes and two with ensuites
– Large contemporary kitchen with quality appliances and butlers pantry, study nook
– Insulated 1000 bottle wine cellar
– Combination of formal and informal living zones, an impressive library and separate study
– Fully ducted and zoned reverse cycle air conditioning
– Two Cheminees Phillipe fireplaces
– Jarrah polished timber flooring and heated floors in all tiled areas
– 5.25kW solar system

Barn and Farm
– Self-contained accommodation, including kitchenette, bathroom and fireplace
– Huge loft area accessed by a staircase
– Ample space for 6 vehicles in the barn
– Vegetable and herb gardens, prolific dry stone walls throughout the property
– Seven main paddocks supported with electric fencing and extensive laneway system
– Steel cattle yards, including Ruddweigh scales and loading ramp
– Original hay shed
– 3 bay shed & 2 bay shed with concrete floors, three-phase power and water
– Spring fed weir with a pumping station to above ground tank and gravity fed troughs
– Pockets of remnant rainforest – Shelter trees in all paddocks, 2 dams

In conjunction with Michael Maloney – Richardson and Wrench Bowral 0414 482 150

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