A little piece of paradise for nature lovers.

An expansive Carey Gully estate offers new owners the chance to get back to nature, while enjoying the benefits of life on a stunning three-level family entertainment.

Known as Evermore, the 140 Deviation Rd property has everything from flexible home plan and state-of-the-art kitchen to heated pool, skateboard ramp and orchard within its 11-acre grounds.

140 Bypass Rd, Carey Gully. Photo: supplied.


And with each room overlooking the private valley, there are constant reminders of the natural world, something that drew seller Jana Skilins and her family to the property some 12 years ago.

“It’s just a beautiful place,” says Ms. Skilins. “You have the kangaroos, the occasional visit from koalas and eagles flying overhead. There are many birds around the house while you hear the frogs all the time and you can catch the yabbies in the prey.

140 Bypass Rd, Carey Gully. Photo: supplied.


“Our three oldest children were very young when we got here, and it’s special that they can go out and play and enjoy the kind of life that doesn’t involve screen time.” Ms Skilins says the 2004-built house, made of Carey Gully stone, is an ideal family residence, with possibilities for all members to enjoy their own space, from the open-plan living areas on the ground floor and the rooms from the first floor to the loft. area.

140 Bypass Rd, Carey Gully. Photo: supplied.


“There’s enough living space for our kids to have their friends over and not be on top of each other,” she says. “When they have sleepovers, they can invite a lot of friends, and that works really well for the extended family as well.”

140 Bypass Rd, Carey Gully. Photo: supplied.


With two dams, a fully stocked borehole, cattle shelters and paddocks, the property is well equipped to operate as a hobby farm.

140 Bypass Rd, Carey Gully. Photo: supplied.


“We’ve had some goats, sheep, alpacas and chickens and things like that, but you could do it more seriously,” says Ms Skilins. “We also have a small vegetable garden, a vegetable garden and a berry patch… so you can do a lot with that in terms of growing your own food and getting the kids involved.”

140 Bypass Rd, Carey Gully. Photo: supplied.


With changing family commitments prompting a move to the city, Ms Skilins says the family is “definitely sad” to be leaving. “But that’s why we’d like to see another family do it, and we hope they love living here as much as we do.”

140 Bypass Rd, Carey Gully. Photo: supplied.


Price: contact agent.

Agent: Williams Real Estate in conjunction with Hunt Lifestyle, Dee-Anne Hunt 0411 555 774.

land size: 4.45 ha.

Expressions of interest: Close Tuesday May 24th at noon.

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