1753 Middle Arm Road, Middle Arm via

$1,150,000 - $1,300,000


Property Features

Property ID: 3455791

Council Rates
$1054 per year
Land Size
47.61 hectares

Built In Robes
Outdoor Entertaining
Water Tank

"Pearces Hill" 117 Acres of Peace and Serenity

A unique property with most of the beautiful plant cover being representative of the Tablelands Dry Forest and with abundant wildlife; both of which the current owners have considered themselves the custodians of, and providing a sanctuary for flora and fauna to thrive in.

The attractive Western Red Cedar homestead is exceptionally light and bright with large windows capturing the beautiful views from every room, including the bathroom!

Four bedrooms, two with built ins.

Spacious lounge room with wood fire, a clever skylight, and ranchslider to the full length veranda.

The practical and attractive timber kitchen has wrap around benches with ample cupboard space, a Bellings stove, a dishwasher, and is open to the dining room with easy care floating floors and a slow combustion wood fire.

The bathroom is very spacious allowing easy movement for those with mobility issues, and has a full size bath, shower, wc and vanity. A second wc plus hand basin, is separate.

A three-bay American barn has two bays for your vehicles and a 3x9m bay for a workshop and extra storage. The loft could be a studio or a playroom for the children.

Coming onto the property you drive over the hill, which is clothed in wildflowers,native shrubs and grasses, then down alongside the stunning dam (one of three on the property) on one side, and a picturesque green valley on the other, then the trees become more dense and the wild life more abundant.

The house is nestled below Pearce's Hill, after which the property is named. Pleasant gardens and lawns surround the home, with electric fencing around the perimeter. A 20,000 gallon water tank is fed from the house and a 5,000 gallon tank is fed from the dam to supply the gardens.

Up behind the house and over the hill the forest is more dense but with some patches of scattered trees.

The property has been virtually ungrazed for the past 27 years and with no pasture improvement or use of harsh chemicals, allowing the native flora to flourish and with little encroachment of weeds, allowing for minimal requirement for maintenance work.

It is the desire of the owners that the property will go to new custodians who will treasure it and protect it in its native, natural glory.

A rare opportunity.

The boundary of the property is fully fenced,

Viewings strictly by appointment only. Covid-19 safety practices apply - face masks, social distancing, Covid-19 immunisation certificates and relevant travel permits are required for all adults. These measures are required until NSW Government easing of restrictions on 15th December 2021.

This information has been provided to us by third parties and we do not accept any responsibility for its accuracy. You should make your own enquiries and check the information so as to determine whether or not this information is in fact accurate. You must make your own assessment and obtain professional advice if necessary.

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