536 Glover Road, Manapouri
Positioned 40 kilometres from Toowoomba and one and a half hours from Brisbane’s CBD 536 Glover Road, Manapouri is a full-sized family home sitting on a block of 99.39 hectares. The spacious north Easterly facing property is equipped with the four bedrooms, large entertaining spaces, and a large ensuite and walk-in robe designed by renowned architect Ron Johnson who worked closely with the owners to build the spectacular home.
Two of the three remaining bedrooms have an ensuite and a second bathroom positioned near the large upstairs office and guest bedroom. The owners and architect have designed the living and dining areas into two rooms with the kitchen placed in a central position. With features of granite benchtops, an electric stove, island bench, pantry and large underground wine cellar, Tallow and Iron Bark beams and the Western Red Cedar double-hung windows define the extensive and spacious home with these lavish elements. All living areas open into a paved area allowing for comfortable indoor and outdoor entertaining which is adjacent to the in-ground heated pool and seating area.
With spectacular views of the Great Dividing Range to the North East and scenes of the surrounding countryside, the rural home has room for development with an existing helipad to be accompanied with an airstrip and a tennis court.
The property is divided into seven paddocks of various sizes where the fencing is designed to cater for horses. Decked with a floodlit full-size dressage arena, stables, a feed and tack room, concrete wash bay and numerous post and rail holding yards this large Toowoomba home is built with spacious horse facilities.
Positioned in a rural and picturesque setting, this quality property has been in the Turkington family for five generations and was first purchased in 1910. Homeowners have commenced their new project and invite all earnest buyers to inspect their Toowoomba home.
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