Rural property selling for first time has vast views
A tightly-held property with a rich history in the Macarthur region has hit the market.
Selling for the first time since it was privately built about 22 years ago, the 4700 sqm parcel of land in Grasmere used to be part of a dairy farm that spanned roughly 200 acres, or 80ha.
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According to listing agent Andrew Pink, of Combined Real Estate Camden and Narellan, the vendor was born in the original farmhouse that stood on the expanse.
About 25 years ago, the vendor and his siblings chopped off their own acre-sized lots.
Mr Pink said one of the best features of the property, at 125 The Old Oaks Rd, was its covered wraparound rear deck which has sweeping sights towards Camden and Picton.
“They are beautiful views — you could sit there all day and look out,” he told the Macarthur Chronicle.
The deck is also large in size while offering a private place for residents to retreat or entertain.
The house has a formal loungeroom at the front as well as an open-plan living area at the rear.
This includes an eat-in timber kitchen that flows to a meals area and the family room.
The family room has a fireplace and large windows that frame the countryside. Two sliding doors open to the wraparound rear deck.
All four bedrooms in the house have built-in wardrobes with the main including an ensuite.
A study is at the front while a three-way bathroom is within easy reach of the bedrooms.
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The house has solar panels and a larger than average double garage as well as a workshop.
The property is being offered via private treaty sale with a guide of $1.175 million to $1.275 million.