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The house is situated in central Batchelor on approximately 3000 square metres of extensive cooling gardens, with large palms and shady trees that are frequented by a wide variety of birdlife,  especially in the mornings and evenings.  These birds include the bower bird,  and the barking owl with its distinctive “woof woof” call.

There are five bedrooms and two bathrooms upstairs, a good-sized kitchen with modern facilities, a dining room and a large lounge room.  The lounge area has a number of collections of historical interest, including books, photos, and a dvd of life in Batchelor in  the 1950s.

At one end of the house are the original three bedrooms and family bathroom, while the guest wing at the other end of the house contains a two way bathroom,and the two extra bedrooms added in response to the large number of guests entertained by the former mine manager .All bedrooms have fans, air-conditioners and televisions.

Guests have use of kitchen ,laundry and  BBQ facilities and, of course, a wide range of locations for a private drink or meal in the various garden areas.

The price includes a substantial cooked breakfast by the resident chef who lives downstairs.

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