142 & 186 A Bell Road, Mangrove Mountain.
EVER dreamt of living in your very own hobbit house?
This rustic settler’s cottage on an enormous 74ha on two titles at 142 and 186A Bell Rd, Mangrove Mountain is the epitome of “off the grid”.
With a charming wooden and corrugated iron facade and chimney, it would be easy to get sucked in by the idea of packing up shop and escaping to the simple life – particularly with the wild ducks waddling around the grounds.
Some local residents quacking about the cottage.
Held in the family for more than 53 years, the owners have enjoyed the simplicity of living off the land.
“The cottage is really beautiful, but inside needs a lot of work – there is not much in there. The vendors have used it as a bit of an artist’s retreat,” selling agent Shaun Coffey from Capital One Wyong said.
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Virtually untouched with panoramic views to the Judge Dowling Ranges, Mount Yengo and beyond to the Blue Mountains, the property includes the cottage, a large slab construction artist studio, established orchards and cottage gardens and large grazing acres with a bushland backdrop for horse riding and bushwalking.
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And if the old cottage doesn’t appeal as a main house, the acreage has been DA approved for four bedroom homestead.
The property at 142 and 186A Bell Rd, Mangrove Mountain has a price guide of $2 million.