Touching the vibrant village boundary, "Kylo" is the Grand Dame of Candelo. Part of the original Kameruka estate and a former Anglican rectory, this 1879 historic home takes you back in time to the days of pastoral empires.
Just imagine sipping Pimms spritzers on the sweeping verandahs at sunset, whilst you survey the undulating hills and mountains of the Bega Valley and beyond. As the night chills, walk down the imposing hall on original hardwood timber floors and choose one of the six cavernous rooms, three with a working fireplace (with wood stoves installed).
A modern extension at the back of the home contains a well-appointed kitchen, dining room and lounge that leads out to a sprawling deck. Numerous historic sheds and post & rail fences complete the picture. The sale also includes a second lot which comes with an 18 megalitre water licence from the Candelo Creek.
Alas, however, like a vintage wine that's been corked, all gracious gentlewomen weary with age. Love & attention will restore her to past glories - the opportunity exists for a quick makeover or a full renovation with improvement simply adding to her charm and capital value. At this price, it's also a perfect investment for rental return.
* 2 Lots - 4.1ha + 0.243ha (approx) * 18 megalitre water licence * Town water * 2-garage steel shed * Has been tenanted for $360/week * Bathroom & ensuite * Pressed metal ceilings * Gas hot water * Electric appliances
Call now to purchase this slice of Candelo history.
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