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4 Ranelagh Road, Burradoo, NSW 2576

For Sale A$14.5 Million 10 Beds 6 Baths 18380 SQM
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Dating back to c.1880s, ‘Kerever Park’ is a landmark property steeped in prestige and history. Spanning approximately 18,380 square metres, this heritage landholding originally owned by the famous Fairfax family includes a regal main residence, three significant out-buildings and a breathtaking botanical garden.

Designed by London architect Maurice Adams for Charles Fairfax, the grandson of Herald founder John Fairfax, the main residence boasts all the features of a regal country manor, including an observatory, tea room, conservatory and a double drawing-room.

Throughout the home’s palatial formal living and dining areas, heritage features have been gracefully retained, including the home’s original timber flooring. Designed for elegant balls and tea parties in mind, the residence boasts a catering kitchen in addition to a cellar/scullery and spacious main kitchen.

Follow the steps of the cantilevered cedar staircase up to the first floor and you’ll find the palatial bedroom quarters. Featuring a fireplace, raised dressing area and ensuite, the master suite offers an opulent sanctuary for the estate’s owners.

Framed by mature gardens, the facade of the main residence features Queen Anne architectural elements, including charming bay windows, terracotta shingles and asymmetric gables.

The estate’s immaculate grounds with its lush lawns, century-old trees and private labyrinth are yet another drawcard for this esteemed property.

Promising a luxurious, family-friendly lifestyle in the picturesque rural town of Burradoo, this esteemed Southern Highlands estate carries a price tag of A$14.5 million.

Burradoo Suburb Snapshot
  • – A$2,380,000 Median House Price
  • – 25.26% Average Annual Growth
  • – 13,431 Population
  • – 53 Average Age

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