"Mungoven" 13.5 ha farmlet Marton
A beautifully presented, well cared for 13.4280ha farmlet with superior facilities located within walking distance of the town centre.
The John Cantlon architecturally designed 3 bedroom home was built in the 1960's, employing forward thinking design that comfortably sits in our modern day living. The open-plan kitchen and living areas flow well, with the large picture windows capturing vistas of the award winning gardens.
Heating through the house is courtesy of a choice of logfire and 2 heat-pumps. Underfloor heating is available through large sections of the house.
Garaging is a 2 bay carport and provides covered access to the house. The David Irvine designed award winning gardens are a delight that are enjoyed by many. The gardens play host to many weddings and functions and are a feature for anyone looking to consider the property as a business venture. The garden layout offers many areas to explore and has countless features and plants to appreciate, such as the pond in one corner of the garden. Located next to the garden sheds are raised gardens for growing veges and a covered propagating area.
The extensive features continue to the Farmlet, divided into 8 paddocks it is well presented and all conventionally fenced. The farm is well catered for, featuring a 2 stand woolshed, sheep and cattle yards. Other sheds on the farm include a large closed in 10m by 10m pole shed used as a workshop/ute shed and it is handily located near the house. The shed has a fully concreted floor and single phase power. Other buildings include an open-front hayshed/implement shed and there is also a chook house. Farm water is courtesy of a combination of Town supply and farm ponds, with rainwater collected and used at the house.
The Rangitikei is known as a marvellous place to live and has some of the finest schools in the country. All levels of education are catered for.
Marton is conveniently located within easy commuting distance to Palmerston North, Bulls and Wanganui and is a short distance from SH1 heading North of Bulls.