Paintball in your own backyard

An incredible property on the NSW north coast is up for sale, complete with four paintball fields, a campdraft arena and a four-bedroom house.

The home at 10 Janet Parade in Salt Ash comes on around 10 hectares of land, with much of it used on the four incredible courses used to play paintball.

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It could be the ultimate playground or a great business opportunity. Pic: realestate.com.au

It could be the ultimate playground or a great business opportunity. Pic: realestate.com.auSource:Supplied

The main one has a number of trees and objects to hide behind, while there are also bunkers and a watch tower where you can surprise people from.

There even appears to be a plane for combatants to use as cover.

The campdraft arena can be converted to use for paintball as well. Pic:realestate.com.au

The campdraft arena can be converted to use for paintball as well. Pic:realestate.com.auSource:Supplied

In the centre of the property is a large arena which is used for campdrafting, an Australian sport where a rider has to work cattle.

For those who love horses, it also comes with some stables for your equine friends.

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Starting your hunt for a dream home

Listing agent Andrew Douglass of Douglass Port Stephens Real Estate said the owners wanted to sell the house with the businesses included.

“It is the first I have seen like this,” he said.

One of three houses. Pic:realestate.com.au

One of three houses. Pic:realestate.com.auSource:Supplied

You can even keep horses. Pic:realestate.com.au

You can even keep horses. Pic:realestate.com.auSource:Supplied

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On top of all of this, the property comes with two other houses as well as a tack shed, a stallion paddock and large undercover barbecue area.

According to records, the property last sold for $230,000 in 1999.

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