Sole Mandate - Stunning elevated Vermont home in a quiet part of Bathurst with panoramic views towards the coastline. This immaculate property offers a huge open plan lounge & kitchen with a separate scullery area. The lounge has aluminium stack doors leading out onto a wooden deck which surrounds the house with views that take your breath away. The tastefully mod kitchen has plenty of built in cupboards as well as a huge central work station. The entire kitchen is fitted with granite tops & has an eye level oven & glass top hob. Off the kitchen is a good sized scullery which also has plenty of built in cupboards & plumbing for washing machine & dishwasher. On either side of the lounge are two good sized bedrooms both with en-suite bathrooms & aluminium stack doors that lead out onto the deck. The main bedroom has a walk in wardrobe. Underneath the house is a workshop & a storeroom which houses the geyser as well as the pressure pump and the change over water system which allows you to change from municipal water to tank water. It currently has 3 x 5000L rainwater tanks. Entire property is fenced with an electric automatic gate & a security system as well as beams. The current owners spend the summer months here & return abroad for the winter. You too can be a swallow & enjoy this ultimate lock up ‘n go.
Bathurst is about 12 kilometres inland from Port Alfred, on the R67. The little 1820 Settlers village of Bathurst is a peaceful haven situated in the midst of green hills and magnificent trees, in the centre of the district famous for pineapples and cattle. Our IPC office is situated next door to The Pig and Whistle Hotel, reputedly the oldest existing pub in the country. Built in 1831 by Thomas Hartley, a blacksmith who came from Nottinghamshire with the 1820 Settlers. Visit the Toposcope, the famous Big Pineapple, the Bathurst Agricultural Museum and many other interesting tourist attractions.