The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’
The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’

The Timeless Treasure of ‘Stonewood House’

48 Willow Glen Road, KURRAJONG

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Set amid 10 acres of verdant natural wonder, this distinguished country residence is where legacy meets luxury. Nestled in the picturesque enclave of Kurrajong, ‘Stonewood House’ is an architectural gem where every brick, every beam, and every stone of this custom-built haven tells a unique story.

Handpicked convict sandstone, rare bricks, and robust timbers have been sourced from churches, wool stores, warehouses, and railway bridges, given a new life, and transformed into the bespoke country manor now on display.

Beyond its storied construction, the home has ample living spaces, each thoughtfully designed with a defined purpose. Imagine cosying up in the double-height lounge room, the combustion fireplace casting a warm glow, or unwinding in the dedicated bar area, spacious enough to house a full-sized billiards table.

Within its walls, a flowing layout creates space for private family living or as the ideal holiday or weekend retreat. At its heart is the loft main bedroom, accessed via an antique wrought iron staircase, boasting dual walk-in robes and an ensuite with a separate powder room, while two more bedrooms share an ensuite and adjoin the ground-floor living and dining space.

Further enriching the property is a vast shed structure, a multifunctional space housing a self-contained one-bedroom flat and multiple workrooms. Outside, the alluring landscape beckons exploration, spotting koalas, wallabies, and platypus as you traverse the private sanctuary, concluding at a babbling brook – a pristine water source with a natural causeway trailing through the property and off into the distant hills.

Situated within walking distance of Kurrajong village, with a boutique collection of shops, cafes, and schools nearby, the forest-enclosed property contrasts its convenient appeal. Meanwhile, a short drive affords access to the quaint townships of North Richmond, Richmond, and Windsor, while Sydney CBD is just over an hour away.

Features: – Sprawling 10-acre property in walking distance of Kurrajong village – ‘Stonewood House’ is a three-bedroom bespoke country retreat – Constructed using convict sandstone, rare bricks, and robust timbers – Versatile floor plan ideal for private family living or weekend retreat – Main living room with double-height vaulted ceiling and combustion fireplace – Dedicated bar area is spacious enough for a full-size billiards table – Separate combined living and dining space with sandstone-enclosed fireplace – Timber kitchen with hand-cut timber bench-tops and gas cooktop – Loft-style main bedroom accessed by spiral staircase with walk-in and ensuite – Two additional bedrooms downstairs sharing an ensuite – 25m x 12m multi-purpose shed featuring a self-contained one-bedroom flat – Three air-conditioning units in the house, one in the self-contained flat – 10kW solar system and 3-phase power to house and shed – 180kL combined water storage and onsite Enviro-Cycle – Lush landscape teeming with native wildlife and a small citrus orchid – Pristine water source feeding into Little Wheeny Creek – Proximity to various townships, schools, and just over an hour to Sydney CBD.

Council Rates: $572 per quarter

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PROPERTY DETAILS

Price:
Auction Guide $2,995,000
Land Size:
10 Acres

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6:30 PM

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1/18 Groves Ave Mulgrave NSW 2756

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