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667 Luskintyre Road

667 Luskintyre Road
Luskintyre, NSW 2321

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Sold on 10th May 2021
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412000m²
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Multi-enterprise potential with exceptional location and quality country lifestyle

Whether you are looking to embrace a country lifestyle close to conveniences and services or want to explore potential agribusiness, equine or tourism based opportunities, this magnificent Luskintyre property is in a class of its own.

The versatile property provides the essential foundational infrastructure from which you can build a fully customized future enterprise, without the burden of unwanted legacy improvements from previous owners' operations.

Land

Featuring 100 undulating acres of quality farmland, this ex-dairy property offers agricultural versatility. The land features six existing post and wire fenced paddocks that have the capacity to run 30-35 stock units.

The property is well watered, and has access to 69 megalitres per annum water rights if desirable from Hunter River, with water pumped to the main dam for irrigation purposes if needed. The property also includes two smaller dams plus a 23,000 gallon underground water tank which captures rain water at the house for domestic purposes, and a 5000 gallon tank at the shed.

Luskintyre has an ideal climate for agricultural enterprises, receiving a 5 year average of 1233m of rainfall per annum according to official statistics.

The property has been used for dairying cropping and cattle grazing over the over the years. A 1800 tree olive grove was commenced in 1997-98 but in 2009 it was scaled back to approx. 500 trees with the land reverting to grazing cattle.

Operational cattle yards and a 3 bay farm machinery shed sit to the west of the residence within a natural dip in the landscape, and surrounded by trees to provide aesthetic cover for the shed. The steel and Colorbond constructed shed draws power from the main grid line which crosses the property, with underground power connection from the shed to the house and to the pumphouse in the main dam. No unsightly power poles are visible around the residence. The shed includes an amenities section with shower, toilet, kitchenette and its own water supply.

Besides agribusiness, the site has strong appeal and potential for tourist accommodation due to location and vista outlook. Luskintyre is already home to a small number of existing tourist accommodation offerings. The existing residence was originally designed to be easily converted to B&B tourism, and following the addition of an 80sqm entertainment area which can seat 50 people (5 tables x 10), scope exists to expand into boutique tourism with the addition of upmarket villas or cottages. Historically, Maitland City Council has looked favourably on DA's which facilitate increased tourism.

The property offers the opportunity to escape the big city life, provides an ideal set up for a work from home office, for family enjoyment working with animals, entertaining friends, or simply engaging in semi-retirement.

The property is also well positioned close to local landmarks including the nearby Tranquil Vale winery, the historic Luskintyre Bridge which featured in a recent movie, the Luskintyre Aviation Flying Museum, and a number of equine centres.

Residence

Designed by a young architect with a bold vision, the one-of-a-kind home grabs you immediately, with a wide profile reminiscent of a traditional country homestead, combined with its earthy, red brick façade and striking raked and curved Colorbond rooflines.

Completed in 2000, the home is comfortably nestled within the well-established landscaping, surrounded by flourishing trees, feature garden beds and neatly clipped hedges that give it a refined sense of elegance.

The wow factor continues the moment you step inside, with the grand double door entry opening out into a vast central living space, which soars upwards to the towering, raked ceiling and draws the eye outwards through walls of glass windows, louvres and stacker doors to the picturesque countryside beyond.

A row of square fixed panel windows runs across the top of the room where the walls meet the ceiling, neatly framing the sky to create a natural artwork without compare while also adding to the abundance of light flooding into this space.

A warm, cream colour palette enhances the room's spacious proportions, which are large enough to comfortably cater for various breakout sitting areas, a central lounge setting and an oversized dining table.

Designed for entertaining and making it perfect for future use as a function centre or tourist accommodation, this central room opens up to a versatile 80sqm indoor-outdoor space that can comfortably accommodate 50 people for a seated function or the largest or dinner parties.

A custom-designed outdoor kitchen runs along one side wall of this space, with sleek 40mm speckled stone benchtops, wall-to-wall under bench drawers and cupboards, internal wine storage and a two-door bar fridge.

A stainless steel Smeg gas barbeque is perfect for a casual get together, while concertina doors provide convenient access to the homes well-appointed kitchen for expanded catering options.

A five-burner stainless steel gas stove cooktop and ILIVE electric oven ensure the gourmet galley kitchen will please the fussiest family chef, while an abundance of country style cabinetry and double rolled edge granite benchtops provide more than enough storage and preparation space.

Generous proportions have been incorporated into every aspect of this house, with four ensuite bedrooms, a separate study and an enormous utility room/laundry providing plenty of space to create a forever home for large families looking for a traditional country lifestyle.

Inclusions including underfloor heating in the central tiled living area, two separate zoned ducted air conditioning systems and double brick construction to ensure it remains cool in summer and retains the warmth in winter.

SMS 667Luskintyre to 0428 166 755 for a link to the online property brochure.

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Luskintyre

NSW 2321
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