Set on 26 acres of land, 19 Marble Hill Road, Goulburn, also known as ‘Kingsdale’, is a historic home waiting for its next chapter.
Filled with charm and character, this magnificent stone homestead is situated just 7 km north of Goulburn in Kingsdale.
Built around 1882 and designed by the renowned EC Manfred (1856-1941), this magnificent five-bedroom, three-bathroom home has a long, rich history.
Stretching across two storeys, ‘Kingsdale’ was a hotel in its earlier days; as such, it has a few unique features. The home has an upstairs and downstairs kitchen, three open fireplaces, high ceilings, timber floorboards and multiple living rooms.
Ray White Goulburn real estate agent Addison Gann said the house is loaded with opportunities for the new owner.
“The house was originally built in the late 1800s and since then has had some updates and renovations to make it more modern,” he said.
“This property comes with a lot of potential: you could run it as a small farm and Airbnb, a wedding venue, or you could make some additions of your own.”
Making your way in through the fern entrance walkway, you’ll immediately notice the beautiful wooden floors and high ceilings.
On the ground floor, you’ll find three of the home’s five bedrooms, multiple formal living and sitting rooms, as well as a spacious kitchen and a large formal dining room.
Upstairs are bedrooms four and five, a sitting room and a small stand-alone kitchen.
A final hidden feature of the home is a wine cellar – in a house filled with so many spectacular features and bursting with character, it’s a stand-out.
“The cellar is without a doubt my favourite part of this property. It’s relatively large, with metal flooring and stone walls,” he said.
Moving outside, you’ll find a lot to like – and there’s something for everyone.
Near the home, you’ll see a large gazebo that has been recently added. And that’s just the beginning. There’s also a large machine shed, wool shed, dam and cattle yards, not to mention acres and acres of outdoor space.
‘Kingsdale’ is only a short 10-minute drive from Goulburn and many schools, restaurants and cafes.
Original Article published by Aiden Rothnie on Riotact.