This renowned property was taken up in the 1830s, the Gothic Brick Homestead is circa 1875 and original structure and finish still remain today. The homestead has been refurbished with annexed buildings to the original two-gable layout providing a superb residence with a mix of history and state-of-the-art. The extensive cedar timber finish, timber floorboards, French doors, shuttered windows and ornate cast iron verandah posts are reminders of the architectural significance of this substantial brick homestead.
Chef style kitchen with Miele appliances & an inbuilt cool room.
Living room has built-in entertainment storage a large screen television included, open fire and French doors leading to the verandah.
In the eastern wing, the main bedroom suite has a large walk-in wardrobe and en-suite.
The western wing, or the original maid’s quarters kitchen and pantry, has been converted to visitors wing comprising 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
Access to the original cellar for storing produce and wine since the 1800s.
2 ducted reverse cycle air conditioning systems, modern wood fire & 5 traditional open fireplaces.
Games room, transformed from the original tack room, generator room and quarters, is now a stunning entertaining area with inbuilt bar, open fireplace and concertina doors and screens.
In the garden is the original School House and further to the west is the Ballroom.
Nestled in the rolling lawns with protective shrubs is a salt water in ground pool.
Further improvements inc - steel framed and clad machinery shed and workshop 25m x 12m with 20 metres enclosed, 3 roller doors, work benches, concrete floor and power. An 18m x 18m workshop iron clad with concrete floors & power. An 18m x 6m enclosed farm shed. Large poultry run and raised-bed vegetable gardens.
Stock handling - all steel set of cattle yards with covered race and stock handling crush on concrete with a steel shelter shed for calving and vet use, trough water and small tank. Yards are set in a small holding paddock to facilitate yarding and with easy access to main entry way.
Country - Yamble now is some 430 acres and ranges from deep riverside loam flats through rolling loam to arable sandy loam country and small areas of grazing only. The country is mainly cleared with a good balance of shade and shelter timber across all areas. The property has in the past been farmed intensively on the river and produced oat and wheat crops in the rolling areas with some pasture improvement and strong native pastures and clovers. Currently vendors are running some 40-60 Angus cows and progeny without cropping or improved fodder and able to run store steers as opportunity serves.
Fencing - the property is fully fenced in new or sound stock proof order and is subdivided into 10 paddocks plus house and shed yards, good gateways & stock management planning.
Water - this historic property was originally sited on the Cudgegong River for the quality water supply and this continues today with some 3 km frontage to the Cudgegong River. The water supply also includes 4 stock dams that have supply lines from the river, 4 in paddock stock troughs, a spiral electric driven pump is installed on the river with power box delivering water supply to the improvements and livestock system. The home supply has a large concrete tank and a 10,000 litre poly tank on the shed with pressure system. The extensive lawns, gardens, trees shrubs and all the driveway trees are serviced by an electronic computerised irrigation system (57 pop up sprays) and water lines right down the tree lined drive to front entry gate.
Services - electricity supply, telephone, school bus, mail delivery. NBN expected May/June 2016, security system on front gateway with solar energy source. Located just 23 km Gulgong on tar road 40km Mudgee and easy access to Ulan mine areas, Dubbo and Wellington.


  • Ducted Heating
  • Open Fireplace
  • Ducted Cooling
  • Outdoor Entertainment Area
  • Swimming Pool - In Ground
  • Courtyard
  • Built-in Wardrobes
  • Dishwasher
  • Study