An historic look, a touch of class, and a spacious outlook guaranteed to promote rest and relaxation, that’s how I would describe this enviable property on Wilderness Road in Lovedale.
From its meandering avenues of Chanticleer pear-trees to its sandstone entrance and handmade timber gates, Springfield offers a warm welcome to each of its guests.
Architecturally finished and boasting polished timber boards, soaring ceilings and jaw-dropping views, this homestead is surrounded by some of the Hunter Valley’s most beautiful estates, vineyards and restaurants.
And, less than an hour from the Newcastle CBD it is hard to believe it offers views of both the Barrington and Brokenback ranges from its boundaries.
Wide covered and open decks, plenty of entertaining spaces, an open fireplace adorned with pink Louis XV marble mantel, an expansive dining space and kitchen with large pantry, natural Calacatta marble island and stainless benches it is both practical and timeless in its appeal.
The main bedroom sits in its own Eastern wing, incorporating a walk-in robe, home office and ensuite which features its own private garden
The larger Western wing houses a billiard room, conservatory, library, powder room, laundry and service room in addition to two large bedrooms and the main bathroom.
A large in-ground pool connects to a separate guest pavilion which is fully self-contained.
Cars, farm machinery and toys are well catered for as well, with a double garage, second double garage and nearby machinery shed.
Three earth dams, irrigation allocation from the Hunter Wine Country PID, fencing and post-and-rail cattle yards round out a very rare offering.
The property will be offered for sale by Expressions of Interest by Cain Beckett of Jurds Real Estate.
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