The view of the house from the front yard.
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Lounge area and wood stove. (Puppy not included)
Another view of the lounge.
Wood stove. Firewood is provided.
Dining area. This table has slide-out leaves at each end, and expands to 8 places.
Bed 1, queen bed. (Curtains have been added to the window since this photo was taken).
Bed 3 from another perspective
Bathroom. Separate shower, bath. There’s a radiator on the wall for cooler days.
Laundry. Washer and two dryers! There is a clothesline and pegs behind the house if the weather is nice.
The deck is a great place to breakfast in the morning or spend an evening. Some 50mm mesh has been added to help improve safety for small children since this photo was taken.
The deck looks out on the extensive front yard. Plenty of birdlife, and often a mob of kangaroos. In the morning we sometimes see emus and deer.
Barbeque for your convenience.
Another view of the front verandah and deck.
Autumn in the garden
View from the street
Puppy enjoys watching the local wildlife (on a long lead).
Please note: local Council regulations requires dogs to be kept on a leash. Cats are not permitted.
Firewood stash is locally-collected red gum
At the rear is a 5m x 10m fenced area, suitable to keep a dog while you’re exploring the National Park. A shaded area has been added since this photo was taken. Food and water bowls are provided at the house.
View of the surrounding area from the front yard.
A magnolia blossoms in the front yard in spring.