A large property in the Hunter Valley has hit the market offering limitless potential.
Savills Cordeau Marshall is managing the sale of ‘Cam Way Estate’, a property in the Hunter Valley, situated on 60 acres of parklands.
“This unique property is on offer for the first time in 20 years and is one of the area's best kept secrets. Just a couple of hours drive from Sydney, it's in the perfect position, being conveniently located to all the best attractions that are popular with both tourists and locals alike. It offers a wonderful lifestyle opportunity, featuring a flexible range of accommodation complemented by fantastic amenities, and all in a peaceful rural setting. There is limitless potential to what this superb property can offer,” said selling agent Stephanie Hearne.
The property is adjacent to six vineyards, five restaurants and a short stroll to nearby concern venues and Hunter Valley Gardens. It is also within close proximity to World Heritage wilderness, meaning the grounds play host to a variety of Australian wildlife.
The property offers versatile accommodate with a main residence, a variety of suites, one-bedroom villas and two-, three- or four-bedroom self-contained cottages with kitchens, air conditioning and verandahs. Also located on the property is a function centre, reception area, managers residence, pool, tennis court and guest laundry.
In total the property has 28 bedrooms, 20 bathrooms and parking for 30 cars. Guest accommodation on the estate includes three small two-bedroom cottages; three large two-bedroom, two-bathroom cottages; two three-bedroom, three-bathroom cottages and one four-bedroom cottage.
There is scope to expand the number of cottages on the 60 acres of land, and the seller is offering the option to include all furnishings, stock and equipment including tractor, ride on mower, hand mowers, small hand and power tools, van, tray utility, and trailers.
The property, at 81 Campbells Lane, is for sale by expressions of interest, closing Thursday, 11 May 2017 and enquiries should be directed to Stephanie Hearne of Savills Cordeau Marshall.