"Haroldston", Kellys Plains, 2350
Old world charm
The first thing that is apparent at “Haroldston” is a sense of local history. The Perrott family were allocated 71 acres here in 1861 and busily set about establishing their home and planting exotic trees. A grove of elms dating from before the advent of the Great Northern Railway’s opening of the Armidale Railway Station in 1883 is today thriving in the paddock across Burns Gully.
Sitting just 6 kilometres south of the Armidale City boundary, the charming tree-lined entry the original ‘Haroldston’ homestead, sets the tone for this wonderful family home built about 40 years ago.
A large modern kitchen, breakfast meals, and family room all enjoying morning sun filtered through the century-old trees.
“Haroldston” boasts 4 generous bedrooms serviced by a family bathroom, while the master bedroom has its own ensuite and large windows that perfectly frame the surrounding nature.
The home sits amongst 4,000 square metres of gorgeous gardens, while the surrounding land covers 15 hectares of undulating grazing country, providing room for horses, livestock, or any other weekend endeavour.
There’s a large steel shed with concrete flooring, perfect as a workshop with plenty of storage, a set of cattle yards, stables, additional rentable cottage, as well as the creek running right through the property providing secure stock water.
“Haroldston” is located at the end of a private road. If your lifestyle needs include a quality home, established garden, useful acreage and privacy from the outside world, then “Haroldston” should be on your viewing list.
“Haroldston” is listed for sale at $1,150,000.
For further details or to arrange an inspection, please contact New England’s rural property specialists, Graham MacDougall on 0412 220 302 or Dan Fittler on 0402 942 231.
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