187 Tullymorgan Road Lawrence, NSW 2460Sold $900,000
PRIVATE ACREAGE, A HOME FULL OF SOUL, GREAT SHEDS AND A WHOLE LOTTA LIFESTYLE!
Livestock Sold - Lawrence NSW
FULL PRICE SALE IN FOUR DAYS! JOJO NEWBY & FARRELL MCCROHON STOCK & STATION AGENTS – 0417 690 637
It’s most fitting to introduce 187 Tullymorgan Road, Lawrence in its entirety, because it really is the whole package.
The holding was hand-picked by our vendor with a focus on privacy and tranquillity, and there he began to build the dream that is now to be sold to one very lucky buyer.
With 156 acres of gently undulating country, this property is tucked away behind a discreet front gate and battle-axe entrance.
Structural improvements include a well thought-out 12x12m workshop shed with concrete floor, a 7mx8m garage plus bathroom, and upstairs mezzanine which is cleverly set up and perfect for visiting guests (or perhaps an AirBNB venture), plus a 9mx10m machinery shed.
But we’re sure that the detail that will capture your immediate attention is the homestead; and rightly so.
Enter the yard through the country gateway and meander your way through the established orchard to the wide timber staircase, and you’ll immediately be taken by the presence of the homestead.
The home was constructed by our vendor with meticulous attention to detail, a number of quirky features, and a clever ergonomic design centred around social living; and it really does have such a special warmth to it.
Enjoying a perfect North-Easterly aspect overlooking the picturesque dam and vista of your surrounding paddocks, this place really is a feast for the eyes in every direction. You’ll be welcomed onto the expansive screened-in verandah which envelopes the home on three sides, and bifold doors allow the verandah space to integrate perfectly with the very social kitchen/living/dining area. Stained glass windows are not only pleasing to the eye, but have been designed for practicality and give a real ‘wow’ factor.
Two bedrooms and the bathroom are located on the same level of the home, and have attention-capturing features such as the boat-deck-inspired fibreglassed timber floor in the bathroom, exposed brick in the bedrooms, and doors to the verandah from every room.
Upstairs, you’ll find the dreamy loft-style master bedroom, which again enjoys a real-life canvas of the surrounding property. Red Iron Bark and Spotted Gum flooring, coupled with other locally-sourced building materials, give a very earthy and homely feel.
On the lower level of the home is the ‘cellar’ – a superbly special and delightfully insulated room which has been utilised as everything from an office to a media room, and even used to dry hand-made salami – and we’re sure there’d be a few bottles of red to accompany the taste-testing.
Walk out the bright blue door and you’ll find yourself beneath the upstairs verandah. Here you’ll find one of our vendor’s favourite aspects of the property; the outdoor kitchen. Absolutely perfect for entertaining, or preparing the nibblies while watching the kids swim in the dam, jump from the jetty, or play on the flying fox; it’s also a perfect spot for a cup of tea and a slice of toast.
Now, let’s walk away from the home and look at the sheds. The charm certainly isn’t lost; with red roses and Wysteria climbing along the outside skillion of the home. Perched against the wall of the garage and sitting perfectly under flowering frangipani trees is the bright yellow clawfoot bathtub, and with hot water plumbed in, it’s the bee’s knees of outdoor baths.
Around the corner is the 7mx8m garage with a room off the side which has a toilet, shower and laundry area. The downstairs of the garage is currently used for storage, and the upstairs is set up for visiting guests (or would also be a perfect teenager’s retreat).
The 12x12m workshop shed is a more recent addition, with concrete floor and power, and again has been well thought-out to allow good air-flow while working. The 9mx10m machinery shed is also a handy asset, so the tractor and farm gear won’t take up room in the sheds closer to the home.
There is approx 47,000L of rainwater storage, and we should also point out that the property is on single-phase mains power, and the power runs underground to the home, the garage, and the workshop.
The 156 acres/63.45Ha property is identified as Lot 15 DP 1236968. The land is well-fenced into three paddocks, two of which have water supplied by dams. The neighbour currently agists the property and is happy to either remove his cattle, or enter into a new lease agreement, whichever you would prefer.
There is a substantial stand of Spotted Gum timber on the property, which may also be an income-generating option.
Maintain the convenience of Lawrence village just 6km down the road, with its boat ramp into the mighty Clarence River, Tavern, service station/shop, preschool, infants/primary school, and sporting fields. Spend your weekends day-tripping to the beach just 36km away. Maclean CBD is 23km from the front gate, and Grafton CBD is just under 30mins away.
Escape to the country and bask in absolute privacy, a charming home ideal for entertaining, enjoy the finer things in life.
Phone JoJo Newby of Farrell McCrohon Stock & Station Agents on 0417 690 637 to arrange your inspection.
- 3 bed
- 1 bath
- Land is 156.7 acre