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51 Mount Dromedary Trail, Tilba Tilba NSW 2546

Block size: 52.61 Hectares approx.

THE FARM HOUSE - Mount Dromedary Trail, Tilba Tilba

Welcome Home ...... to absolute peace ..... nestled in the foothills of Mount Gulaga and surrounded by the breathtaking Gulaga National Park, this exquisite 130-acre property boasts lush rolling hills, rich fertile soil, pristine fresh running water for house and stock and a charming stone and timber homestead. The property is seeped in a rich history and would be ideal to run cattle, sheep and horses.

The picturesque stone home offers a unique and delightful floor plan. Floor-to-ceiling windows flood the open-plan living area with natural light which accents the
stunning tiled flooring and timber features. With two bathrooms and a commercial-style kitchen, this level of the home offers a relaxed yet decadent style of living.

Upstairs boasts two large spaces - with warm timber flooring and high cathedral-style ceilings - make these bedrooms or use one as a private retreat
- with balconies off each, you'll enjoy the endless views and tranquillity of the property. Walk along a short breezeway and you'll find two more large bedrooms and another balcony making the most of nature's amazing views.

Downstairs is a huge studio space that would be ideal for an artist, great function space or Airbnb farm stay style accommodation.

The property also has stables, sheds, and a large carport attached to the homestead.

The bustling seaside village of Narooma is just 15 minutes away and the region's beaches are all within a short drive as well.

It is also ideally located around 50 minutes from each Moruya to the North and Bega to the south.

Properties of this calibre don't come along too often so don't take too long to get in touch and book your private appointment.


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Key details

Garage Spaces:
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Property type:
Block Size:
52.61 Hectares*

Other Details

Plan Type:
Legal description:
Raine & Horne Batemans Bay

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Block information
Block size: 52.61Hectares (approx)
Legal description: 31/1170354
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What's nearby

Central Tilba Public SchoolPrimary School
Narooma High SchoolHigh School
777 Supermarket & DeliMajor Shopping Centre
Post OfficePost Office

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Average Age
58 years
Listing ID: 182589901. This listing has been viewed 475 times. It was first displayed on 11/06/2024 and last updated on 12/06/2024.
Allhomes acknowledges the Ngunnawal people, traditional custodians of the lands where Allhomes is situated. We wish to acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and the contribution they make to the life of Canberra and the region. We also acknowledge all other First Nations Peoples on whose lands we work.
"With open hearts and minds, together we grow." artwork by David Williams of Gilimbaa.