Springcreek Haven is a fully renovated 1930s dream. The beautiful property sits on 65 acres of idyllic land.
The home has three large bedrooms, all including an ensuite and built in robes. Added luxury is provided with both air conditioning and wood heaters.
The home features wooden floors with an open plan lounge area. The kitchen is awash with light thanks to three beautiful paned windows over the bench top. The house also features a wine cellar, separate to the main house.
The property boasts both a tractor and storage shed with a concrete floor and two large machinery sheds.
An additional residence at the property houses a one bedroom, one bathroom studio living area. There are also two yurts, each with their own kitchen, bathroom and wood heater. An old dairy bale, which was renovated in 2009, has two bedrooms, a kitchenette and bathroom.
The property can be run on either solar or mains power and a separate independent solar system is available to run one of the yurts.
One of the most impressive parts of this property is that it contains, roughly 3450 mature Macadamia trees between 16 and 30 years old, as well as 250, five year old trees which are just coming into production.
The yard is not only surrounded by lush foliage but is also equipped with a 30 metre poly tunnel and a raised garden bed area with irrigation and drippers, a spring with well that can have water pumped to the top of the property and a bore with pump that can pump to the poly tunnel irrigation tank.
One feature, not to be overlooked, is the paved garden tool shed and seedling green house which includes a work bench and two hot houses with shelves.
This haven also offers rabbit or chicken hutches and extensive fruit orchards.
The property is a 25 minute drive to Byron Bay, 20 minutes to Mullumbimby and 30 minutes to Lismore.
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