Set on approx. five acres just a few minutes' drive from the heart of Samford village, this steel-framed brick veneer home built in 1990 offers spacious family living surrounded by open space and featuring spectacular district and mountain views. The property presents as an idyllic, picturesque haven for horse enthusiasts complete with fenced paddocks, a dressage arena and near access to the area's many pony trails, bushwalking and bike tracks.
The home is well-presented for a modern low maintenance lifestyle and offers light filled interiors all on the one level with polished timber floors, ducted air-conditioning and superb flow to a lengthy undercover verandah perfect for relaxing, entertaining or simply sitting back and taking in the scenic district outlooks.
The floorplan comprises spacious living and dining areas, a renovated gas kitchen with CaesarStone benchtops and quality appliances, generous bedrooms, two bathrooms and a newly updated laundry. Other features of the home include a lock-up triple garage with cellar plus 40,000L rainwater storage tank, NBN-connectivity, a biocycle septic system, 4 x 2m shed and dog yard.
Ideally positioned moments from Royce Fathers Reserve, this excellent property is readymade for an active young family, in the catchment for the Steiner School and Ferny Grove State School, and just half an hour's drive from Brisbane CBD. It presents an outstanding lifestyle opportunity and must be seen to be truly appreciated.
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