Rural Retreat & Church Style Studio on 23 Scenic Acres!

Located within walking distance to the Laguna Village this 23-acre (10.55ha) property could be the perfect rural retreat or potential building site for your dream homestead. Set amidst a natural bushland setting the property comes complete with an existing weekender style building which is full of rustic charm and Australiana features throughout. Additionally, there is also a beautiful studio church building which comes fully equipped with a kitchenette, powder room and quaint outside bath/shower. With mains power connected to both buildings, sewerage systems in place and existing water bore, this property has so much potential!!! 

A feature dam is located in a valley situation and adjoins a magical Myrtle Forest, a great place to kick back and relax! The fenced paddocks could be ideal for Alpaca’s or smaller livestock farm animals. Several stables and out buildings are situated throughout the grounds. Meandering up the hill you make your way up to the retreat which has elevated views to the east and filtered views to the valley below.

A 4-bay sized open farm shed includes two shipping containers for lockable storage. The retreat has two water tanks, one water tank has been dedicated for the bore water which is pumped up from the lower ground on the property.

A chicken run and other various out buildings complete the picture to this bushland oasis. Stunning rock features, beautiful Australiana bushland surrounds and grassy plateau areas will intrigue you from start to finish. The property has easy 2wd access from the Great North Road and is literally 1 mins drive from The Great Northern Trading Post Laguna.

Concept plans are available for the potential of submitting a D.A for a dwelling subject to Cessnock Council Approval.

For further information please call Garry M:0439 663 026 or Kurt M:0497 281 475

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Address 3648 Great North Rd, Laguna
Price SOLD
Property Type Rural
Property ID 252
Land Area 23.00 ac

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