Piper View, High Camp listed by Ruralco Property

Piper View, High Camp listed by Ruralco Property
Piper View, High Camp listed by Ruralco Property

Piper View, a quality lifestyle or permanent residence property is for sale through the Kilmore office of Ruralco Property.

It is so named as it has an outstanding outlook to the east that takes in uninterrupted views to the distant extinct volcano landmark of Mount Piper.

Located at 4 Kurkurac Court at High Camp the property is in a rural environment only twelve kilometres to the north of Kilmore township, with access by the Northern Highway and Moranding Road.

Piper View offers a land area of 24.9 hectares, or 61.5 acres, and has undergone substantial and professional development by the vendors since the property was first purchased by them as a bare block, one of three of roughly similar size served by a no through private estate type road.

Listed for sale with offers sought in the $880,000 to $920,000 range the vendors says they have enjoyed the property immensely but after some health issues have intervened recently they have reluctantly decided to sell to return to City living.

A key feature of Piper View is the large brick homestead comprising four bedrooms, two bathrooms (one being an ensuite, the second a large family bathroom) which they had built in 2004 by one of Australia’s leading residential builders.

With an area under roof of thirty one squares, the home includes a large formal lounge, a well serviced all electric kitchen with a combined dining and family living area.

There is a two-car garage under the roof line while double glazing has been used throughout increasing the energy efficiency of the home whose services include an open fire, wall heaters and reverse cycle air-conditioning systems that services two bedrooms

Other physical features include two water tanks each of 25,000 litres capacity to harvest rainwater plus another of identical size adjacent to a nine by five metre steel framed and concrete floored workshop or machinery shed with two roller doors for access.

Both structures are set in established gardens inclusive of plantings of eighteen olive trees, eighteen citrus and nineteen other fruit trees, ten muscatel grape vines, another twenty ornamental trees, plus 100 rose bushes with another 500 native trees dispersed around the holding.

There is also a large seasonal vegetable garden ideal for home-grown produce.

With one paddock dam and a tank fed trough, the vendors have run up to 25 cattle and 50 sheep.

The property has a long exposure of over four hundred and fifty metres to Kurkurac Creek along its southern boundary.

Ruralco Property’s selling agent Kilmore office based Jeanette Laffan says that “the vendors have invested untold time and a passion for gardening to advance the property to a very high standard, with the home being a particular delight”.

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