Potential PLUS with this unique riverfront property!
With the main house known in the district as the former Feriendorf Restaurant, this property is approximately 38 acres spaning two blocks either side of Upper Colo Road with one blocks fronting the Colo River.
The downstairs area of the main house is the entrance and dining room which was the former restaurant. It's large enough to cater for up to 100 guests and has kitchen, laundry, cool room, lots of storage space, toilet facilities and two fireplaces.
Upstairs there are three double bedrooms all with built-in wardrobes and all with renovated ensuites. The large open plan kitchen and lounge room open onto a spacious veranda which overlooks the Colo River.
The property boasts a two bedroom, air-conditioned caretaker's residence. Further accommodation can be found on the mezzanine level of the huge 316sqm shed which has three bedrooms and a bathroom. The shed provides ideal closed undercover storage and garaging and has the bonus of high roller doors for high vehicles. It also has a large adjoining carport.
The property has water and power supply for caravans and campers and has men's and ladies shower and toilet block.
A large spring fed lake which contains bass and yabbies adds some magic to a picturesque and enchanting setting with bushwalks and plenty of open grassed areas.
As a bonus, extra water can be pumped from the Colo River at high tide underpinning a range of potential commercial or farming uses.
The property has Foxtel, satellite internet and landline, although it should be noted that there is no mobile reception.
This property has so much potential for either a private residence /hobby farm or other commercial use subject to council approval.
And because all the buildings could do with an overall upgrading there is plenty of scope for capital improvements for the astute investor.
Best of all is the location! Any number of schools within an approximate 15 km distance which on country roads is a relatively short drive, and less than 30 km to Windsor and a world away from care.