40 Byrne Gully Road, Eldorado

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If you are looking for peace and self-sustainability then stop here at this beautifully designed mud brick home set on approximately 60 acres. This solar passive home has been built with maximum energy efficiency in mind.

A welcoming north facing lounge with Nectre wood heater sits in front of an internal mud brick wall providing thermal mass for greater heating efficiently. With warm terracotta tile floors, this adjoins the kitchen that features a Rayburn wood stove and 900mm freestanding gas stove.

The master bedroom on the upper floor has its own private balcony, walk in robe and an adjoining area that could either be another study or guest accommodation. A second and third bedroom both have built in robes and ceiling fans. The downstairs study is currently being utilised as a baby nursery.

You will be impressed with the earthiness of this home with the use of polished Murray Pine timber floors, red stringybark dado paneling, plus exposed timber rafters and large red box timber posts.

Water should never be a problem with 127,000 litres of storage tanks and a two megalitre water diversion license from Reidy Creek.

Forget rising power bills. This property is full solar and has a 3kW inverter with approx. 900 amp hour battery capacity plus support generator providing power for every domestic appliance use - day or night. A tall 15m X 7.5m ColorBond shed, with concrete floor, is the ideal workshop or large enough to accommodate several vehicles.

Close to the Mt Pilot National Park and just 35-40 minutes from Wodonga, 25 minutes to Wangaratta and only 15 minutes to Beechworth, this rural lifestyle property caters for the whole family over many levels.


ID# 11042101736

Land Area 56 acre

Tony Stockdale

Tony Stockdale
0428 629 778

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