• 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 179 Guys Road, Cygnet
  • 1.976 HectaresArea
  • 4Bedrooms
  • 2Bathrooms
  • 1Garages

Puggle Farm

Welcome to Puggle Farm, an enchanting 5 acre property that sits within walking distance of the Cygnet township. Not only does this property enjoy stunning grounds with a permanent dam and creek, but there is also standalone guest accommodation and boundless opportunity.
The Tasmanian oak cottage was built in 1987 and has been well-loved and beautifully maintained since. There are many stand-out features here, one of which is the striking stone chimney that houses a Rayburn woodstove on the kitchen side and a Steel Fire slow combustion heater in the living room. This chimney acts as a large thermal mass, collecting and storing heat, helping to keep the cottage warm in the cooler months.
The country kitchen provides an electric oven in addition to the woodstove and a gas cooktop, timber benchtops and a fireclay butler sink. There is plenty of storage and preparation space and a separate pantry just off the kitchen.
Upstairs you’ll find 3 bedrooms, all of which offer charming views over the garden.
A generously proportioned, glazed sunroom that acts as a heat trap joins the lower level and provides an additional sitting area leading onto the sheltered deck and gardens.
Just away from the house, you’ll find ‘The Stables’, a converted milking shed that is ready to go again as an Airbnb or can be used as an overflow for your own visitors.
Galleries creek runs through the land. A babbling tributary fills the property’s picturesque tree-ringed dam. This irrigates the gardens which are filled with birdlife in the day and come alive with native fauna in the evenings. A fantastic asset is the substantial productive vegetable garden that has been netted and filled with raised beds. It includes old English apple varieties and is fed from the dam on timed irrigation.
There is also the ‘Pickers Hut’ with a loft area overlooking the dam. This has electricity, plumbing and a wood heater, but could be further improved and used as a separate office, sleepout or studio.
This incredible lifestyle property is best seen to be properly appreciated and I encourage you to phone or email to book your appointment to view.