40.02 hectares (approx. 99 acres) of gently undulating farming land. This property proudly sits under the Wang Wauk mountainous escarpment for your daily view intake in one of the most picturesque landscapes.
The residence is established from 2 homes that were moved to the property and expertly joined to create this large 4-bedroom rural home ultimately giving you the lifestyle and luxury that Coolongolook has to offer.
An elegant feature to this home is the large opened plan living area providing an abundance of space, flowing into a country style kitchen along with a wood fire providing the perfect cozy space for winter evenings. You are spoiled with uninterrupted views through the large windows.
The oversized main bedroom offers a freshly renovated ensuite while also accompanied by a spacious and private living room, the perfect parent’s retreat.
This home gives a seamless fusion of flowing spaces, rolling through into what would be the second half of the residence. Portraying a sense of tradition at the front of the property and then the transition to a contemporary interior allowing multiple options. A unique feature to this property is the second kitchen area, this area can be easily split for dual occupancy that will suit large or extended families, or you can use this space for anything your heart desires, study nook or bar area. Furthermore 3 large bedrooms are situated to give stunning views from every angle.
Solar power (approx. 4.5kw) eases living costs. The backyard in ground swimming pool can give you a rare sanctuary offering excellent position, absolute privacy and complete luxury. This vast space can give you a great area where you can entertain at your peril, whilst the back yard has plenty of room for the kids.
The property is situated on tared Willina Road, approximately 5 km from the Pacific highway and Coolongolook village, with an easy drive to Newcastle approx. an hour south or a 40 min drive north to the pristine beaches of Forster/Tuncurry.
The land can comfortably run 30 head of cattle. Feeding on the lush pasture improved paddocks growing grass species such as Seteria, and being watered by 3 dams. Fully fenced paddocks in great condition, so no work required.