2 Redgum Road, PAXTON NSW 2325

$745,000 - $815,000

A Testament to Quality Building without Compromise

Beyond the impressive reconstituted sandstone façade of this character-rich property lies a bright and spacious home set upon a massive 10,200sqm block. Immersed in its natural environment and making excellent use of top-quality recycled and reclaimed materials throughout, this home is an architectural triumph, serving up a perfect blend of family and entertaining spaces and creating a close connection to the tranquil outdoors. The versatile floorplan means the second living area can be easily converted to an optional 4th bedroom. Boasting ‘large lot residential zoning’ investors could be tempted to subdivide into 5 lots (STCA), or those with a natural flair for business will see the opportunity for lucrative returns if used for holiday accommodation – it’s just 10-minutes to the celebrated Hunter Valley vineyards. An amazing home that surprises at every turn, inspection is encouraged to get a full idea of the grand scale and creative genius it delivers.

- Showcase home introduced by double-fronted barn doors made from Australian hardwood - Built with a designer eye with extensive use of hand-selected recycled/reclaimed materials
- A statement piece double-height masonry chimney adorns the open-flow living domain
- Chef-inspired gas kitchen with 100-year-old wine casks used as custom cabinetry
- Antique bakers ovens create slow combustion heat
- 2 double bedrooms opening to decks and 2 Italian-tiled bathrooms in the main house
- A double garage with loft bedroom adjoins the home via a visionary alfresco breezeway
- Exposed Oregon timber roof beams sourced from the Newcastle Grace Bros building
- Cedar French doors, hardwood facia boards, polyurethane red floors, s/s air-conditioning
- A great base to explore world-class wineries and restaurants or take in a vineyard concert
- Enjoy a tree-change location while being less than 15-minutes from a major township
- Land Size: 10200 square metres, Council Rates: $556 p/q

Detailed material list:
- Solid hardwood facia boards
- External and internal Oregon boards
- Recycled Oregon timbers from the Newcastle Grace Bros. building for exposed roof beams
- Ceiling lining boards salvaged from the demolition of the Cessnock Sports Ground
- Timber Stable walls constructed in a traditional style with 100-year-old hand-hewn slabs salvaged from an old shop building in Morpeth
- 9m Adobe rendered fireplace with masonry chimney is the heart of the home
- Natural tree form seat made of hoop pine around the hearth
- Double fronted barn doors handmade from Australian hardwood
- Cedar French doors
- Beautiful polyurethane red floors, Oregon staircase, hardwood floors upstairs
Imported Italian tiles in the bathrooms

Contact Agents

Karen Gudelj
Real Estate Agent
Rania Sater
Sales Associate

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