Nestled upon a level, elevated plateau, with privacy and superb views, the Loggerheads Homestead consists of three adjoining pavilions, surrounded by a collection of outbuildings, creating a village like setting.
The homestead is “Australian Country” in design, with European features and includes
* 7 bedrooms
* 6 bathrooms
* Tall ceilings and fireplace
* Substantial living spaces
* Huge dining room which spills onto wide verandahs and alfresco dining spaces through French doors
* Stone kitchen
* Summer house
* Swimming pool
The Loggerheads homestead, exudes charm, atmosphere and sophistication with its blending of eclectic antique fittings and state of the art finish and extensively refurbished by architect Michael Suttor.
Surrounded by beautifully established “Paul Bangay” Garden, orchard, vegetable garden and mature trees.
Centrally located on 220 acres (87hectares) with three separate titles and two road frontages, the Loggerheads Estate represents a significant landholding in Australia’s most visited wine region.
In addition to the homestead, the Broke Road frontage has passive rental income from a fully licensed cellar door wine sales outlet, separate residence, dairy/barn and wine storage shed. The Palmers lane frontage has an additional “Gatehouse” which features a two bedroom managers residence in addition to a “Cellar Door ” wine sales outlet and function room.
Loggerheads was first established by Australian Wine Industry icon, the late Len Evans, who planted Shiraz and Gammay vineyard which is now more than thirty years old.
There is additionally a machinery shed for storage of farm machinery. Water is abundant with numerous storage dams, a beautiful lagoon on site and additional external irrigation supply as well as town water.
Loggerheads represents the finest example of a country lifestyle with city convenience being just two hours North of Sydney.