Positioned in arguably the most wanted suburb of Maitland, Lorn’s Rose Farm “has a lot going on in a 10-acre property”, according to selling agent Rhonda Nyquist of PRDnationwide Hunter Valley.
The 10-acre property features two two-bedroom residences, one built in the early 1900s and the other near new.
It has a large “rustic” barn, three rose igloos plus horse stables and arena.
“Lorn is obviously a boutique suburb of Maitland and the most desirable residents area that we have and to have 10 acres right on the edge of Lorn is pretty unique,” Ms Nyquist said.
“It’s set up beautifully with a quality heritage home on it that has been beautifully refurbished.
“It’s ideal for horses and it’s got a gorgeous old rustic barn with a lean-to off it which is set up for rose sales and it’s got cafe facilities as well.
“It’s only a cottage industry at the moment but it’s got potential to take it to another level.
“You could Air BnB the second cottage or use for a home business. There’s a lot of potential there.”
Poplar and Jacaranda trees line the property, surrounded by open farmland.
The original two-bedroom cottage has been modernised while retaining charming original features. There is a new kitchen with butler’s pantry, polished timber floors, fretwork and high ceilings. The home overlooks an inground pool.
The Rose Farm is located at 229 Glenarvon Road. It is being sold through an expressions of interest campaign with offers expected from around $2 million.
“We’re expecting interest to be strong,” Ms Nyquist said.
“Interest so far has been Hunter Valley professionals but anyone wanting to operate a home business. It would be beautiful for a day spa.”
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