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364 Six Mile Road

364 Six Mile Road
Eagleton, NSW 2324

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Unrivalled equine excellence

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Fall in love with the one-of-a-kind character, tranquil amenity and equestrian excellence offered by this premium rural property.

Set amongst 50 acres of prime, pasture-improved grazing country, with an elevated house site and extensive infrastructure, the property has been expertly designed and set up by the team behind Coronation Park Stud, who have been at the forefront of breeding champion quarter horses for the past 30 years.

The improvements cater for a range of equine opportunities for horse owners, trainers, breeders or instructors, with the centrepiece being an impressive 20m x 54m undercover arena with a river sand surface, ideal for hosting large clinics, school groups or private lessons.

Safety and accessibility were key concerns when designing this area, with multiple entry gates allowing for an easy flow through this space and entry into the adjoining stable block.

The old and new barns incorporate a total of six large Priefert American-style horse stables, which all feature sliding doors, safety latches, swing out feeders and rubber-lined floors and walls, with automatic fill water troughs.

A large undercover wash bay with a hot/cold gantry hose and solid tie-up points makes caring for your horses easy, while revolving doors provide convenient access into the tack room, where built-in cabinetry and shelving provide ample storage.

The barns include a large workspace for vets to utilise when completing their health checks or treatment, with enough room beside the barn to park a substantial horse trailer, while a Priefert mare and foal crush is another convenient feature.

The property has been divided into 13 paddocks in a variety of sizes, which feature horse-friendly fencing with a combination of timber/steel posts, plain and electric wire, while electric stand-off protects the horses from the heavier duty cattle fencing around the perimeter of the acreage.

Horse breeders will have greater peace of mind with the two foaling paddocks located under lights in close view from the house, while the day yards adjoining the foaling paddocks have self-watering systems.

Water access and security is a major feature across this property, with self-watering systems in all the holding yards fed by the substantial dam in the southern pasture, while the arena roof doubles as an expansive water catchment area, which flows into three rainwater tanks to supply water to the stables.

A natural seasonal creek that runs through the northern pasture provides an additional back-up option, with all the water sources complemented by an average annual rainfall of around 45 inches that ensures this property is virtually drought-proof.

Fertile soil improved with a mix of gypsum, caprilli lime and aftergraze fertiliser as needed has created prime grazing country with mixed seasonal grasses that provide plenty of food for horses or livestock and is capable of producing around 78 bales of oaten hay even during the toughest drought in recent memory.

The property also has a thriving ecosystem of local wildlife including an abundance of birds, while native deer from the nearby countryside wander in to graze along the perimeter of the property.

The tranquillity of the countryside is one of this property's key assets and something the owner took great care in highlighting when renovating the grand old homestead, adding a wall of glass sliding doors to the end of the living room that perfectly frame a picturesque view over the pastures to the bushland and mountain ranges beyond.

The home has been completely renovated from top to bottom including new wiring and piering, however the makeover has been completed in a sympathetic style to stay true to the origins of the farmhouse, which was built in 1906.

A decorative gate provides a fitting equine-inspired entry to the house yard, with brick walkways winding their way through lush lawns and stunning established cottage gardens around the home, while a timber ramp provides wheelchair-friendly access to the deep wraparound verandah where you can sit in the shade and enjoy the serenity of this space, with carefully cultivated grapevines framing the scenic backdrop.

Three of the home's four spacious bedrooms feature bevelled glass doors with ornate timber flyscreens that open up to this verandah, giving you the versatility to explore bed and breakfast accommodation or just provide the homeowners with an integrated indoor/outdoor lifestyle, with additional entry points via the expansive open plan kitchen, dining and living room at the rear for a seamless free-flowing design.

The master suite is a true parents' oasis, with an expansive layout that allows for a king-sized bed as well as a private sitting area, while the large ensuite is a haven for relaxation and opulence with its deep freestanding bath, gold tapware, feature vanity and rainfall show head.

Period detailing including timber wall panelling, picture rails, decorative cornices and ceiling roses are elegant touches throughout, while the original dark timber polished floorboards have been beautifully brought back to life for added character.

Newer floorboards in the rear living space provide golden tones for warmth and texture, which contrasts beautifully against the crisp white colour palette used on the walls and for the sleek kitchen cabinetry, while black marble benchtops are a dramatic counterpoint.

The elegance continues throughout the home's incredible collection of rare and antique lighting, which was lovingly collected and imported from all over the world by the current owners, with each adding its own history to the many layers of this home's story.

SMS 364Six to 0428 166 755 for a link to the online property brochure.

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Property features

  • Garage spaces: 4
  • Horse Property
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NSW 2324
Eagleton NSW 2324 Learn More

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