Mount Egerton 38 Trounces Lane
Contemporary Abode Located 15 Minutes To Ballan Train Station
This captivating country home nestles into the natural landscape beautifully and offers a smart looking corrugated iron finish.
Just on 12 months young this split level home offers energy efficiency with timber double glazed windows, quality sub floor, ceiling and external wall insulation to cater for our climate and provide warmth in the cooler months.
The home is north facing with house eaves allowing winter sun to hit the glass and summer sun to be shaded.
The house footprint consists of 2 bedrooms, master with walk in robe and a light filled family bathroom complete with side by side bath tub & walk in shower plus toilet. The galley style kitchen features a dishwasher, gas cooktop and electric oven.
The sunken loungeroom with wood fire offers access through to the north facing deck which overlooks the landscaped gardens. Throughout the entire home is a unique brick paving flooring which offers a very earthy & warm feel.
Services connected include underground mains power, tank water approx. 42,000L, reed bed septic system, solar hot water with instant gas back up, with a reliable satellite NBN for internet & phone calls offering work from home options.
The natural bush setting measures approx. 3.70 acres or 1.50 hectares with 2 resident wallabies, a family of kangaroos, wedge tail eagles that grace the sky line & koalas to put a smile on your face.
The property is best accessed from Sharrocks road and is a 20 minute drive to Ballarat via Yendon, 10 minutes through to Gordon and the Western Highway. For those that want to visit Melbourne a 15 minute drive will have you at the Ballan Train Station.
This home offers huge energy efficient upside with a modern approach. It truly reflects the simple things that we need in life to simply sit back and watch the world go by but above all create a home or nest for your family.
Get to know Mount Egerton
Mount Egerton is a rural village 80km north-west of Melbourne, about 10km south of the Western Freeway. The nearest town is Gordon, a few kilometres to the north. The mount was named after Charles Egerton, the owner of a pastoral property in the area.