410a Jiggi Road, Goolmangar

3 2 6


Peace and space are just some of the things you'll find at this Goolmangar property.
Called "Sandy Pinch", this is a beautiful 33.3 hectare property with an elevated three bedroom, two bathroom home.
Constructed in the 1990s and with an olde world feel, there is a large wraparound veranda leading off the living area and master bedroom.
Offering open plan living at its best; beautiful vistas through large windows to the surrounding natural environment bring the outside in.
The large kitchen is located off the living area and offers plenty of bench and cupboard space as well as gas cooking.
The master bedroom is large, and has both an en suite and walk-in robe, the second has a timber built-in robe, while the third loft-style bedroom is located on the second floor.
Fully fenced, approximately two thirds of the property has been under a Biodiversity Conservation Trust (BCT) since 2007, thus ensuring the integrity of the flora on the site into perpetuity.
Located within the ecologically-rich Border Ranges bio region, and progressively regenerated over the years, the conservation land forms the southern-most tip of an almost continuous line of vegetation, that extends south along a ridge line from the Nightcap National Park.
Assessed as three separate forest types and with walking trails throughout, it should appeal to conservationists keen to protect its natural heritage values in perpetuity.
Equally, life-stylers looking for a manageable acreage in a natural setting.
Located on the eastern side of Jiggi Creek, which forms one of its boundaries, Sandy Pinch is set well back from the road and offers a level of privacy often sought-after, but hard-to-find.
Just 16 kilometres to Lismore on a sealed road, the property includes several undercover and lock-up spaces for cars, tractors and workshop gear, small cattle yards, fruit trees and a vegetable garden.
With grid power to the property, gas hot water and gas heating, rain water for the house is supplied via roof catchment to two tanks totalling 36,000 in storage.
Additional water security exists in the form of three shed tanks and a tank for cattle trough and garden. Another 340 L tank is fed from veranda roof, which is ideal for incidental use for garden.
There are two dams on the property, one of which you can see from the home. The creek flat paddocks are fenced independently from the creek, the house yard and the conservation zone. This is a diverse property which can offer something for everyone.
To book your personal inspection, contact Yvonne today on 0432 996 914.