Stylishly renovated with luxury in mind but keeping true to its traditional farmhouse heritage, "Eulacre" offers its new custodians the finest in rural living and a piece of Australian history.
After winning big at the Gimcrack Stakes in 1915, pioneering grazier Mr Thomas Booth built the property - named after the winning horse - for his wife Isabella and it was known as the finest property in the district.
Located at 10 Dalton Road in the quaint and quiet village of Gunning, "Eulacre" is a meticulously renovated 3-bedroom home + study on 2.09 hectares that has retained all its grand original features, including pressed tin 3 metre (11 foot) ceilings and timber floors.
While Gunning offers easy access to some of the Yass Valley's best food and wine experiences, it's located just off the Hume Highway and "Eulacre" is within walking distance to the train station for direct access to Sydney or Melbourne.
Centrally located halfway between Yass and Goulburn, or one hour from Canberra, "Eulacre" has stayed true to its country homestead feel, offering a federation style farmhouse without the hassle of a farm.
Inside, the renovated kitchen features a double farmhouse sink, large stainless steel oven, with the sky-blue subway tiles providing a pop of colour above high quality timber benchtops and white cupboards.
Equal care has been taken in the renovation of the bathroom, which includes a double basin vanity and a large, luxurious freestanding bath.
The laundry has also been updated, showcasing a herringbone tiled splash back, white bench tops, cupboards, and matte black tap ware.
The pressed tin ceilings are continued through the home's three bedrooms and study and there is plenty of storage with a cloak room and separate walk-in cupboard.
The living room features an open fireplace framed by a ornately carved timber mantelpiece while the huge 6.2m x 4.3m dining room, currently used as a family room, has a slow combustion heater. Wall mounted heaters keep the bedrooms warm.
Outside, a large open space garden, including an irrigated vegetable patch and orchard, is protected from stock by quality fencing. On the other side of the house a landscaped entertaining area is made complete with a fire pit.
While established pine trees border the property for privacy, closer to the home ancient gums offer an iconic country outlook.
A two-car carport, plus original shedding, horse stables, workshop and blacksmith quarters and original milking shed converted to the chicken coop, is also provided.
The property includes two 2-acre (8093m2) paddocks and a holding yard, allowing the option to run a hobby farm with the stock of choice.
All within walking distance to schools, day care, cafes, the main street and railway station in the well serviced Gunning, "Eulacre" truly offers a slice of luxury farm living without the hassle of a farm!
Buyers Guide: $785,000
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0429 838 345
Ray White Rural Canberra | Yass
93 Comur Street, Yass, NSW
(02) 6226 4400
The land value history at 10 Dalton Road GUNNING, NSW 2581 has not changed recently, having an unimproved land value of $165,000.
There is currently no sale history available for 10 Dalton Road.
10 Dalton Road is located within the suburb of Gunning, which has a population of 659, a median age of 42 and an average household density of 2.3 people.