Tranquil sanctuary


This peaceful property in Jeir offers its new owners a tranquil and serene rural lifestyle, just over half an hour from the Canberra CBD.

‘Springfield’, with its five bedrooms and three bathrooms, is the perfect country haven for medium or large families looking for a peaceful rural lifestyle, according to Ray White Canberra licensed agent, Mark Johnstone.

“It’s well suited to anyone with equestrian interests!” he says.

Springfield sits on a large parcel of land and enjoys views of the Brindabellas as well as the rolling hills of the countryside. Johnstone says it is an “idyllic rural setting” combined with the convenience of being just 15 minutes away from the amenities of Canberra’s northern suburbs.

“Set back in a tranquil sanctuary of 40 acres, Springfield is an exquisite homestead of four large bedrooms, including parents retreat-sized master, plus study with thoughtful luxury modern upgrades throughout and purely breathtaking views across the surrounding countryside and Brindabella ranges,” he says.

“Additions include an in-ground saltwater pool, seven well pastured paddocks, complete equestrian essentials and full-size sand dressage arena.”

The home itself boasts open plan living, with a country kitchen, two fireplaces, parquetry and slate flooring and underfloor heating in the wet areas.

Outside, take in the beautiful views from the entertaining area, pick from the fruit trees or spend time in original historic stables, built by early Jeir Creek settlers.

“With so much on offer and interest already growing, this magnificent property will not last!” Johnstone says.

5 bed | 3 bath | 4 car | 1 swimming pool

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