290 Riverlea Road, Mudgee, NSW 2850

‘She-Oaks’ – A Secluded Gem on the River

290 Riverlea Road, located in a secluded setting on the Cudgegong River just Sydney side of Mudgee, is a 10.55 hectare property with a four bedroom home and an olive grove. Features of this property include:

• Beautiful rendered double brick four/five bedroom home with a huge, flowing open plan living/kitchen area
• Approximately 150 metres absolute frontage to the Cudgegong River
• 26 acres of level to gently sloping land in a secluded valley setting, just 16 minutes from Mudgee and three and a half hours from the Sydney CBD
Olive grove with over 800 mature trees of predominately Northern Italian oil varieties

The north facing brick home was designed by Pamela Wilkinson and built by Geoff Rhodes in 1996 and has an iron roof and cedar doors and windows throughout. It features a large open plan living area/kitchen, with a stonework double sided fireplace in the middle that has a Jetmaster open fire on the living side and a slow combustion heater on the kitchen side. The generous master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and ensuite is at the Eastern end of the house, with the other three double bedrooms, each with built-ins, main bathroom, extra WC and laundry/mudroom with shower at the Western end. There is also a den that could be used as a fifth bedroom, and a double garage with internal access. The living area and master bedroom have zoned underfloor heating, and there are ceiling fans throughout.

This is all set in an extensive easy-care garden, beautifully landscaped with established trees. There is in-ground irrigation throughout the garden, and rainwater is stored in a 25,000 gallon underground tank. Indeed water is a feature of this property with irrigation servicing most areas of the property.

The Property – The land is 10.55 hectares, or approximately 26 acres and slopes very gently from Riverlea Road down to the river. With 150 metres frontage to the Cudgegong, there are idyllic picnic spots , a fire pit ,swimming holes, amazing bird watching opportunities, a trout fisherman’s heaven and possible platypus sightings for the early riser. There are two dams, and water can be pumped from the river to the top dam and gravity fed from there for irrigation to the garden and trees.
There is an established olive grove of approximately 800 predominately Corregiolo and Frantoio trees and plenty of room for a pony or 2.
There is a rendered Hebel panel, fully lined shed of 100 square metres with three phase power, currently used as the olive press, that could easily be converted to additional accommodation.


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