‘Hayoma’ World Class Residential + Equestrian Estate
223 Pitt Town Road, PITT TOWN
“Hayoma” sits in picturesque countryside, overlooking the Lynwood Country Club and close to prominent growth centres, the Hills districts town centres and Parramatta. An easy 1 hour commute to Sydney, or utilise the new Rouse Hill Station, which offers direct routes into the CBD in under 46 minutes.
There are a number of equestrian centres within a close commute, including the Sydney International Equestrian Centre (SIEC), Camden Bicentennial Equestrian Park and many local clubs. The Hawkesbury racecourse and showground together with the Sydney Jump Club and Dressage NSW situated at Clarendon are all also within 7 minutes’ drive.
The modern homestead is a much loved family house and it is well regarded for its luxurious amenities. Highly accessible, with 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and an expansive living area this property will appeal to both professional equestrian types and private individuals. With an office, and an air-conditioned garden studio working from home would be gratifying. Leisure time can be spent relaxing by the inground saltwater pool and outdoor entertaining area.
Planned and developed by two equine professional with international reputations, this was their personal farm to train and develop showjumpers, Thoroughbreds and performance horses to compete at the highest level across all disciplines. The outstanding and versatile equestrian facilities makes the property suitable for a variety of disciplines including dressage, show jumping, eventing, endurance, polo and racing.
The property extends to approximately 8.4 acres, which is split into a number of day yards and paddocks used for grazing and spelling horses. Many of the fields feature mature trees providing shelter and shade.
This is an opportunity to purchase an elite equestrian property within a developing global city. Sydney’s growth in the past decade has been in the west and south west of the CBD. In the past 5 years there has been extraordinary growth in the west and it is well documented that this growth will continue as the demand for housing has never been higher.