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LAGUNA HOUSE circa 1828

A historical masterpiece.
A fine example of an elegant Georgian Homestead – Laguna House was built for Heneage Finch, an assistant Surveyor working on the construction of the Great North Road. In excellent condition, Laguna House is believed to be the oldest existing stone building in the Wollombi Valley.
Retaining much of its enduring original features, including restored cedar joinery throughout, polished hardwood flooring, open fireplaces, French doors, Cellar and extensive sandstone cobbling, Laguna House has had some minor modifications to ensure it is comfortable by today’s standards, whilst still exuding it’s amazing heritage.
Set amongst mature gardens, incorporating citrus, figs and Hazelnuts, the enchanting home is privately set on 100 stunningly diverse acres, comprising rich grazing land and native Australian bush, perfect for bushwalking, horse riding and exploring.
Currently a private residence, Laguna House could be utilised as a Tourist Venture such as visitor accommodation, wedding function centre, restaurant, café and/or roadside stall.
Well-watered by two dams, a seasonal creek with permanent holes, a bore and an extensive irrigation system, the property encompasses approximately 300 mature olive trees, the ‘Taj Mahal’ of chicken pens, an old dairy utilised as a sleep-out for guests and a large new timber barn with full bathroom, plumbing for a kitchen, lined insulated and privately set from the main homestead, suitable for many applications.
Whether you are looking for a unique farm to live on, spend your holidays and weekends, holiday let or further develop – this outstanding property will romance you!

3966 Great North Road, Laguna

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LAGUNA HOUSE circa 1828

A historical masterpiece.
A fine example of an elegant Georgian Homestead – Laguna House was built for Heneage Finch, an assistant Surveyor working on the construction of the Great North Road. In excellent condition, Laguna House is believed to be the oldest existing stone building in the Wollombi Valley.
Retaining much of its enduring original features, including restored cedar joinery throughout, polished hardwood flooring, open fireplaces, French doors, Cellar and extensive sandstone cobbling, Laguna House has had some minor modifications to ensure it is comfortable by today’s standards, whilst still exuding it’s amazing heritage.
Set amongst mature gardens, incorporating citrus, figs and Hazelnuts, the enchanting home is privately set on 100 stunningly diverse acres, comprising rich grazing land and native Australian bush, perfect for bushwalking, horse riding and exploring.
Currently a private residence, Laguna House could be utilised as a Tourist Venture such as visitor accommodation, wedding function centre, restaurant, café and/or roadside stall.
Well-watered by two dams, a seasonal creek with permanent holes, a bore and an extensive irrigation system, the property encompasses approximately 300 mature olive trees, the ‘Taj Mahal’ of chicken pens, an old dairy utilised as a sleep-out for guests and a large new timber barn with full bathroom, plumbing for a kitchen, lined insulated and privately set from the main homestead, suitable for many applications.
Whether you are looking for a unique farm to live on, spend your holidays and weekends, holiday let or further develop – this outstanding property will romance you!

Agent Details
Shelly Jurd

Director - Rural/Lifestyle Sales

mobile 0407 907 355

office (02) 4991 4000

emailshellyj@jurds.com.au

Agency Details
Jurd's Real Estate

location

10 Allandale Road, Cessnock, NSW 2325

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property ID 1038079
land size 100ac
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