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Luxury and refinement at the country estate with everything

It’s the perfect weekender for Sydneysiders with a wide social circle – and deep pockets

Tue, Feb 28, 2023 11:27amGrey Clock < 1 min

The term estate tends to get overused in real estate circles these days – but not in this case.

Set among 12.1ha of park-like grounds, this gracious home at 1620 Kangaloon Road, Kangaloon in the Southern Highlands has everything country living is known for, all within easy reach of Sydney.

The main residence is a single level, architect-designed home with seven bedrooms and four bathrooms spread across the floorplan. Entry is via a tree-lined walkway leading to a spacious reception area.  A north-facing open plan living area leads to multiple spaces for dining, entertaining or just relaxing to take in the view of the lake from the veranda.

The kitchen, including a 3m long Italiana stone island benchtop, is ideal for servicing small groups or a crowd, with a butler’s pantry and ample storage.

Thermal comfort is maintained year round, thanks to heated floors, reverse cycle aircon and fireplaces, ideal for creating a little atmosphere on cold winter evenings.

Beyond the main house, a self-contained cottage with two bedrooms on the upper floor is ideal for guests.

But this is just the start of what is on offer at this address, which includes seven fenced paddocks and a competition-sized equestrian arena, as well as orange, mandarin and lime orchards and espaliered lemon trees.

Positioned 16km south of Bowral, it is just 6km from the historic village of Robertson.


Address: 1620 Kangaloon Road, Kangaloon

Auction: 11am March 12

Open for inspection: Saturday March 4, 2.30pm-3.30pm

Price guide: $13 million

Agent: Ben Olofsen, The Agency 0419 019 423 


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In signs that confidence is returning to the Australian property market, the combined capitals recorded their highest preliminary clearance rates since April last year, CoreLogic reports.

More than 2,290 homes went to market across capital cities last weekend with early data revealing a 71 percent clearance rate. This compares with a revised clearance rate of 64.2 percent last week. It marks the second busiest auction week to date this year.

Melbourne led the way, with 1,122 homes taken to auction. Of the 916 results collected so far, 73.5 percent were successful. It was a similar story in Sydney, with 791 homes to go under the hammer. Preliminary results indicate a clearance rate of 71.5 percent.

The smaller capitals including Brisbane, Adelaide and Canberra all experienced higher clearance rates week on week, with Adelaide out in front at 78.6 percent. It was a less spectacular result in Canberra, with a 59 percent clearance rate and in Brisbane at 56 percent.

In Perth, just three of the 13 auctions tallied so far were successful.


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