At a glance you’ll notice that this is not going to be your average home and you will be right.
This combined with its contemporary styling makes the perfect pairing of old world charm with the modern.
We have been informed that bricks from the Cobb & Co rest stop were used in the construction of this magical home giving it a very real link to a bygone era.
Sitting proud on 1.93 hectares, approximately 5 acres, the home is located near the Mitchell Highway Neurea and is around 15 minutes from Wellington & approximately 45 minutes to Orange.
It also has access to an irrigation license.
So much character is on display starting with its bold Tudor styling, beautiful exposed internal timber beams, open sandstone fireplace onto the master bathroom with its very own Roman bath.
Complimenting the rustic charm is the smart use of Lime wash on exposed brickwork, coupling this refreshed painting giving the home a contemporary lustre.
This residence over 2 levels has formal and informal living areas, kitchen & dining rooms plus the sleeping accommodation are all substantial in size.
The kitchen is well equipped & has a wall oven, ceramic cook top, pantry & servery window for convenience.
There are not many properties where you would love to spend equal time inside as well as outside.
You’ll simply love the “Viewing Rotunda” with its magical rural vistas or the established grounds that unfold before you.
There is plenty of parking and storage with this home including a 3 bay garage with its own bathroom.
Words can describe to a certain extent what is on offer at 29 Kinghorn Street Neurea while an inspection will reveal just how welcoming and embracing this home really is.
|R&H Suburb Summary||Houses|
|Number of sales||92|
|Median Rental Price||$283 p.w.|
|Change in Rental Rate (5yr)||23 %|
|R&H Suburb Summary||Units|
|Number of sales||1|
|Median Rental Price||$250 p.w.|
|Change in Rental Rate (5yr)||28 %|