"Enooma", Black Mountain, 2365
Australian Classic with Edwardian Influences
Set on 220 acres of undulating fine granite high on the ranges of New England, the 475 square metre “Enooma” homestead is a wonderful coming together of Edwardian English and classic rural Australian architecture.
There are four bedrooms, four bathrooms and the most magnificent hallway you ever laid eyes on. Entertaining is a delight with a large open plan kitchen dining room, plus a formal lounge.
Being located midway between Armidale and Guyra, the owners appreciate the value of insulation. To this end, the home is double insulated and all windows are double glazed.
The property runs about 35 – 40 cows and calves. A set of yards are easily accessed at the roadside. Nine dams are scattered throughout the property.
There so much more to say about this classic rural property, but…
“Enooma” has been SOLD off-market by Graham MacDougall
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