Nooroo, NSW, Mid North Coast
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A Magical Hideaway Only Minutes From Stroud
Living the rural lifestyle dream is easy on this tranquil and private 300ac (122ha). Blessed with breathtaking valley and distant views and a hideaway vibe, the Federation era weatherboard and iron homestead with wide U-shaped verandah has been fully restored to its former glory. High ceilings, gorgeous, polished timber floorboards, decorative ceiling roses, cedar picture rails, windows and fretwork are a selection of its many period features. Boasting generous proportions throughout, the living area, its slow combustion fire with stunning decorative mantle and tessellated tiles being a feature of the home, opens through French doors to a wide covered verandah, ideal for alfresco dining and entertainment. The light and bright dining room with large sliding doors to the exterior is next to a spacious kitchen. Shaker-style timber cabinetry and sweeping timber benchtops deliver a distinctly country-kitchen feel enhanced by the contrast between the timber detail and gleaming white subway tile splash backs. Three view-filled bedrooms, premier with lovely bay window, share a centrally located, period-style family bathroom with stylish black and white tiles, claw-foot bath, timber vanity and toilet. A second bathroom with shower, vanity and handbasin also houses the laundry. Two x 22,000lt metal tanks provide ample domestic water. Waste management is transpiration septic system. Mains power is connected.

Beyond the fenced house paddock, the land is fenced along each boundary and consists of mixed country in topography and vegetation that will appeal to a variety of buyers interested in animal husbandry or hobby farmers. The land ranges from level, including a 5 acre paddock with seasonal creek and permanent waterholes, to undulating and steeper at the rear where the 360 degree views are simply breathtaking. Approximately 140acres is cleared to pasture and ideal for horses or cattle with a comfortable year-round carrying capacity of 25 cows and calves. Steel and timber stock yards with race and crush facilitate stock management. The new owner will delight in the opportunity to live a more self-sustainable lifestyle and there is an abundance of native flora and fauna throughout the stands of beautiful Australian bushland. Just under a hundred different species of bird have been identified on the property. For the nature lovers or investment interested there is an approximate 100 acres of native bushland that the owners have fenced off separately for biodiversity purposes.

With Stroud’s primary school, shops and services only 10mins away, regional hubs of Gloucester and Raymond Terrace both 40min and Sydney an easy 2.5hrs away, those seeking a weekender or permanent residence to enjoy seclusion and peace will find their tranquil hideaway right here.

DISCLAIMER: R & R Property makes no representations as to the accuracy of the information provided by our vendors. Interested parties should conduct their own due diligence in relation to each property they are considering purchasing. All photographs, maps and images are representative and for marketing purposes only.

RESIDENCE AND INTERIOR
• Early 20thC weatherboard and iron homestead
• Breathtaking views from every room
• Fully renovated to sympathetically reflect its heritage
• Numerous period features including wide, covered verandahs, high ceilings, gorgeous polished timber floorboards, decorative ceiling roses, cedar picture rails, windows and fretwork
• Free-flowing interior of generous proportions
• Living room with integrated fireplace, gorgeous ornate mantle and tessellated tiles opens through French doors to verandah
• Dining room opens to rear garden
• Country kitchen with shaker-style timber cabinetry and benchtop electric cooking
• Three bedrooms, premier with bay window
• Centrally located family bathroom with claw-foot bath, timber vanity, toilet, beautiful black and white floor tiles and decorative wall tiles
• Second bathroom/combined laundry with shower, handbasin, toilet, laundry facilities
• Fully fenced house garden, safe for children and pets

PROPERTY AND INFRASTRUCTURE
• 300ac (122ha) mixed topography ranging from level pasture to gently undulating land rising to steeper, timbered country at rear
• Excellent access road and internal road/driveway
• Panoramic 360 degree views from upper reaches
• Boundary fully fenced and divided into 6 paddocks
• 6 dams
• 140ac cleared to pasture including level 5 acres improved with chicken litter and stable manure
• Seasonal creek with permanent waterholes
• Fenced off conservation area (no restrictions)
• Ideal for horses and cattle – year-round carrying capacity 25 cows and calves
• Steel and timber stock yards with race and crush
• Mains power, 2 x 22,000lt metal water tanks; traditional transpiration waste management system
• Excellent access and internal road

For more information and to organise an inspection please contact Denise on 0414 725 482 or Rachael on 0488 064 615.
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General Features

  • Property Type: Rural
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2

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Denise Haynes

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Nooroo, NSW, 2415
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