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LIFESTYLE


Considered Australia’s finest country manor estate SUPPORTER’S REPORT


This Hunter Valley Rural Enterprise offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own an inspired contemporary homestead and a profitable rural business. That’s what you get with this iconic home on 4.5km of double river frontage in the renowned Hunter Valley. And all just a three-hour drive or short helicopter flight from Sydney. The extraordinary homestead complex, comprising a Neo-Palladian manor,


six-bedroom heritage sandstone guest house, pool recreation facilities, and outstanding manicured gardens, is a sensational rural acreage in its own right. Set it a premier river-front landholding of over 5,300 acres which features fully irrigated and highly profitable lucerne paddocks and east-sloped pastures, and you have a property that is truly exceptional and considered by many to be Australia’s finest country manor estate. The homestead complex is a wonderfully rich and vibrant collection of


buildings within a rich landscape of impeccably maintained gardens. ƒ A private library with semi-circular barrel vaulted ceiling and floor to ceiling ƒ An impeccably renovated sandstone heritage guesthouse featuring six king-size ensuite bedrooms with red cedar timber finishes and full marble bathrooms


ƒ A summer house with 5m-wide fully screened verandas and games rooms ƒ An 18m semi-circular mosaic tiled heated wet-edge pool and entertaining area


ƒ Lawn tennis and chip and putt golf lawn ƒ Original slab timber stables with bunk and recreation rooms ƒ Beautiful grounds which feature stunning gardens and countless water features


Michael Zhu


0402 799 188 Brian McMillan 0488 555 655


mzhu@house18.com.au brianmcmillan88@house18.com.au www.house18.com.au T: 61 2 9261 3838 F: 61 2 9261 3738 Add: House 18 World Square Realty, Suite 32, Level 2 650 George Street Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia


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