A rare opportunity to secure a very iconic and notable property.
Rarely will you find a magnificent homestead such as this one coming to the market. Generally very tightly held or only ever passed down to family, properties like this are very hard to get your hands on, this is your unique chance to become ‘Lord of the Manor’ and to secure something truly extraordinary.
A substantial grand and imposing three storey mansion (circa 1890’s) conveniently situated on a sealed road on approximately 38.83 Hectares/95.95 acres within 12 minutes drive to Yass, approximately 60 minutes to Canberra and 3 hours Sydney.
Imposing might be an understatement! Included are: The grand staircase, exceptionally large entertaining rooms, huge formal dining room, 9 oversized bedrooms, 14 fireplaces, 2 kitchens, plus separate butler’s pantry & storeroom, family living room, 3 bathrooms, high ceilings, all original timber floors, windows and doors, grand hallways, huge wrap around verandah on the second storey and the ‘Widows Walk’ viewing platform on the 4th storey.
There is a full size tennis court and as you can imagine there are a number of stately trees amongst wonderful established gardens and lawns that surround the house. Water is via an almost lake sized dam and there’s approximately 144,000 litres rain water storage via an in-ground tank.
Wonderful original old barn and outbuildings need work, but have plenty of potential for stables or perhaps a venue situation.
The house needs renovation but there is plenty of room for further expansion and improvement to possibly support a business opportunity, such as BnB , country wedding venue, retreat, wellness centre etc, subject to council requirements.
The current 38.83 hectares (approximately 95 acres) has supported an ongoing small farm enterprise mostly sheep, cattle and horses, however there is further potential for other pursuits.
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