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14 Martins Creek Road

14 Martins Creek Road
Paterson, NSW 2421

Sold on 6th January 2020


Its not often you find a property with such versatile potential, but this stunning small acreage in Paterson ticks all the boxes.

Featuring two lovely homes on just under three hectares (7.2 acres) of land, it is a one-of-a-kind property that offers countless opportunities to make the most of its long list of features.

Live in the main four-bedroom house and set the other one up as a luxurious bed and breakfast or farm stay cottage, catering for tourists on a tree-change weekender escape.

The versatile set-up is also ideal for large or extended families, who can make the most of the second three-bedroom home to accommodate family members or guests in their own private, self-contained residence.

The main house was built in the 1970s and features a classic ranch-style facade, with an attached double carport under the same roofline.

The home has been fully renovated throughout using a combination of muted, neutral tones, modern design elements and natural textures, which help to deliver a contemporary country look.

A new aluminium roof was installed in 2015, while ceiling fans and air conditioning were added in 2017 to keep the home comfortable all year round.

The major renovation work, however, is less than a year old, including a new kitchen and bathroom, updated laundry and fresh on-trend paint colours inside and out.

A formal hedged garden and open-air alfresco area provide an inviting entry at the front of the home, with a sliding door leading straight into the spacious open plan living room and kitchen.

Soaring cathedral ceilings and exposed brick walls painted in a soft grey tone give the room a light, bright feeling while timber-look laminate flooring and a new wood-burning fireplace set in a honey-coloured brick hearth create a warm, cosy ambience.

The kitchen is located on the far end of the room, with a white laminate L-shaped benchtop, crisp, white cabinets, stainless steel appliances and a dark grey tiled splashback giving the space a clean, contemporary look.

A pleasant dining room is located off the open plan living areas, overlooking the pretty front garden through a large picture window, while the homes stylish and practical renovation continues in the family bathroom and four bedrooms, which are all located off a central hallway at the other end of the house.

Stunning floor-to-ceiling tiles in relaxing greys and white set the luxurious tone of the bathroom, while a modern white vanity, round overhead mirror and frameless shower with waterfall shower head add to the high-level finish.

The bedrooms are all generously-sized, with painted brick walls, plush carpet and bright white raked ceilings creating light-filled spaces that are warm and welcoming. Each room features a combination ceiling fan and light, as well as large built-in wardrobes and expansive picture windows that frame lovely bushland or garden views.

The propertys second home is set back behind the main house and is accessible via a covered walkway.

Built in 2015, the picturesque country cottage features a wide timber verandah on three sides, providing the perfect place to sit back and enjoy the serenity of the surroundings.

Inside there are three bedrooms and a central open plan kitchen, living and dining room, with sliding door access to the verandah.

Light, neutral tones and a combination of honey-coloured bamboo floorboards in the living areas and a deep grey carpet in the bedrooms create a bright, homely interior, while an expansive use of large picture windows and sliding doors reveal picturesque landscapes from every room.

A white laminate L-shaped benchtop and deep grey panelled cabinetry give the kitchen a contemporary country look, while a combined laundry and bathroom makes the most of the space available.

The long list of inclusions continues outside, with lovely established gardens close to the two homes and raised vegetable gardens for those with a green thumb.

The property would be ideal for a hobby farmer or horse owner, with a range of existing agricultural infrastructure including three fenced paddocks, a chicken coop, four stables and tack room, a round yard, a day yard, three water tanks and a dam.

Located in the charming country village of Paterson, less than 20 minutes from the large urban centre of Maitland, the property is perfect for those seeking a rural lifestyle close to town. A small supermarket, local butcher and medical practice provide all the essential services in Paterson itself, while traditional country pubs and cosy cafes provide plenty of old-fashioned ambience.

SMS 14Martins to 0428 166 755 for a link to the on-line property brochure.

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Property features

  • Air Conditioning
  • Built in Robes
  • Carport Spaces: 2
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