21 Carlyle Street
sarsfield VIC 3875


3 2 6

A unique lifestyle awaits situated on approximately 11 acres with direct access to the Nicholson River. The family oriented brick veneer home has three bedrooms, all with built-in robes, the main bedroom with ensuite and walk-in robe. A large kitchen with an enormous amount of bench space and dishwasher, surrounded by the spacious lounge room with wood combustion heating and reverse cycle air conditioning. A separate dining room could also become another living space/rumpus room and a single garage under roof, if needed could suit as a teenager's retreat. The options are aplenty.

The house sits proud and overlooks the glorious strong country leading down to the Nicholson River. The acreage includes approximately 3 acres of land on a 99-year lease section abutting the river. An envious amount of shedding which includes an 18m x 8m. 6 bay shed with power, water (sink) with two constructed rooms perfect for an office/work from home scenario as well as mezzanine storage above. There is a separate, recently constructed single garage plus a double carport attached to the home. All in all, a wonderful unique home that offers so much for the family to enjoy. The property is vacant for ease of inspection. Open 7 days!

Property Details

Property Type - House

Land Area - 27200m2

Key Features



Air Conditioning

Area Views

Built-In Wardrobes




Contact Details

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