Characterised as a single storied country homestead with verandahs on fours sides and a fantastic example of Old Colonial Georgian Style architecture, built circa 1855.
’Dalkeith’is positioned on approximately 1.2 hectares (around 3 acres) and is of brick construction. It is around 16kms to Wellington, 66kms to Dubbo & 89 kms to Orange making it very convenient to major service centres while also providing a tranquil rural setting.
The list of wonderful period features is extensive with four french doors leading from the bedrooms, sash windows with china brass fittings, blue stained glass used in the front door transom, pressed metal ceiling in the lounge room & cedar timber fittings just to name a few.
Back in 1921 extensions and improvements were carried out & today it also offers contemporary enhancements to the kitchen and living areas have improved the homes comfort & desirability levels, however more updates are needed.
Solar power feeding back to the grid was installed and internet can be provided by either local towers or satellite.
Being the Cobb and Co staging ground, the original stables are located around 30 metres from the homestead while other sheds in fair/good condition for their age, located nearby.
Tightly held by the one family for many years, Dalkeith is now ready to transition to the next generation of owner who appreciates its historic value, has a vision for expansion & its future.
As you can see there have been upgrades to the homestead over the years and due to the Heritage nature and any future improvements should be done in consultation with the relevant department at Dubbo Regional Council.
A walk through video is available by emailing the agent.
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