Showcasing some of the most impressive views in the Yarramalong Valley, Lyrebird Cottage is truly one of a kind property.
On an undulating block that lends itself to the morning sun, agent Scott Wall from Capital One Wyong said that you could not find a better spot in this rural pocket.
“This is well and truly prime position, with less traffic flow and some amazing weekender properties. It is very, very peaceful,” he said.
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Set on a massive 16 hectares, the four-bedroom property at 166 Brush Creek Rd, Cedar Brush Creek was originally part of an even bigger block.
“The vendors are downsizing their cattle operations, with an additional 74ha in four separate titles are available on request,” Mr Wall said.
“They wanted to rebuild something on the hill that showed the stunning view, so they rebuilt the old original home and this is now brand spankin’ new.”
The fresh interiors include a contemporary open-plan kitchen, polished timber floors, featured cornices, airconditioning and a covered entertainment area that opens out to an incredible edgeless swimming pool.
Imagine afternoons in the sparkling blue water, gazing down upon the rolling green Watagan Ranges, lush creek flats and quaint country lane.
You would be hard pressed to find a more picturesque place for an afternoon dip.
A tree lined boundary with creek frontage attracts an abundance of native wildlife including local platypuses and bass.
A haven for animals, the property is well suited to the horse enthusiast with lush paddocks, day shelters, holding yard, feed and tack room and ample area for horse arena and stables.
Mr Wall said that he had received significant interest from the horse agistment market.
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“The land is suitable for horse and cattle – a lot of Sydney people are on the hunt for permanent agistment, and of course there is the weekender market, which is strong at the moment,” he said.
Cedar Brush Creek is located 24 kilometres upstream from Wyong along the Wyong River and has a tiny population of just 278.
No. 166 Brush Creek Rd, Cedar Brush Creek has a price guide of $1.85-$2 million.