The down to earth country music couple Brooke McClymont and Adam Eckersley are heading bush.
They’re set to build a home at Wang Wauk, a little-known location on the Mid North Coast, some 40 kilometres inland from Tuncurry.
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They’ve recently secured a 40 hectare land parcel paying $465,000.
The property, which has two creeks and five dams, has been running 18 beef cattle.
The couple are yet to lodge plans for their new home.
The couple, who sang midweek on Ray Hadley’s 2GB morning program, dropped the news while promoting their debut album, Adam and Brooke.
They performed their third single Nothing Left to Win, a small town cheating song.
The duo have extended their Highway Sky Tour, after a successful Tamworth Country Music Festival, where they were nominated for four Golden Guitar awards.
“We know that a lot of people out there don’t get a lot of entertainment so we thought, lets go to them,” Brooke told Hadley.
Between them they have 12 Golden Guitars, two ARIA Awards and two APRAs.
Brooke is one third of the musical sister trio The McClymonts, while husband Adam, who she wed nearly a decade ago, fronts the Adam Eckersley Band.
The musicians grew up on the same street in Grafton and were friends from a young age.
The musical duo are moving from their Central Coast residence in Mannering Park, where they’re asking $629,900 for their long time home.
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Stone Real Estate Toukley agents Ron Coleman and Shaun Diviney have the listing.
They paid $227,000 in 2009, then extending and renovating over their decade long ownership.
They added a separate recording studio to the property, which features a drum kit and four guitars proudly hung on the wall next to a poster of legendary guitarist Jimmy Hendrix.
The renovated home has four bedrooms, two bathrooms on its 605 sqm block.
The youngest of The McClymont sisters, Mollie, calls Wollongong home with her husband Aaron Blackburn and their two kids, while Sam, who has just had her second baby with her pilot husband Ben Poxon, owns in the Lake Macquarie region.