Moss Vale Manor House
Situated in the beautiful historic town of Moss Vale in the heart of the Southern Highlands is the c.1848 Moss Vale Manor House. Reportedly built for the Anglican Rector on land granted by the Government in 1837, the property through the 1800’s was used variously as a rectory, boarding school and school house. It’s said that Saint Mary Mackillop used to stay at the property on her regular visits to the school.
Over the years the house has been meticulously restored, renovated and sympathetically extended maintaining all the charm and elegance of a by-gone era with beautiful period features such as pressed metal ceilings, multiple fireplaces, wide timber floorboards, picture rails and 12ft ceilings.
Today this stunning gothic revival house is a luxurious private retreat nestled on an acre of gardens in central Moss Vale. Currently used for guest accommodation the home can sleep12 people comfortably. Triple brick built the gorgeous entry opens to two spacious old world rooms currently fitted out as bedrooms but could easily be transformed back to a gorgeous sitting room or living room. Three large bedrooms are located upstairs and each maintains the sense of grandeur and style of yesteryear. Follow original timber floorboards, through lead light glass doors and across a classic black & white tiled walkway to a very large open living and kitchen area with open fire, modern appliances and farmhouse charm. Outside of the kitchen is a large private Yorkestone courtyard that leads to a coach house that includes a beautiful bedroom and modern ensuite.
Throughout the property there is a combination of underfloor heating, open fires and reverse cycle air conditioning.
Strong and growing income from guest accommodation and a recently approved Development Application (DA) for a three lot subdivision provides an outstanding yet rare opportunity to secure such an historic property in the Southern Highlands, and a significant return on your investment.
Inspection by appointment.
Will Carpenter – 0420 413 052
Andrew de Montemas – 0484 349 072