Privately set amidst sweeping landscaped gardens on an exclusive 4.68 acre (1.89 hectare) parcel and exuding the effortless grandeur and timeless elegance that defines the functional architectural style of the mid 1800s, this remarkable property is without peer.
A traditional ‘colonial style’ sandstone homestead believed to have been built by Edward Moore for his daughter Elizabeth around 1850 and originally called ‘Buxton Cottage’, ‘Wirrinya’ was moved stone by stone by its current owners to the site in 1973. A sublime family home of simple warmth and character, ‘Wirrinya’ offers comfort and charm in equal measure.
Consisting of a main home and a separate well proportioned studio that is peacefully nestled in the garden, the interiors include a selection of formal and casual entertaining areas. All bedrooms are doubles, with the master claiming a built-in wardrobe and an ensuite. With an invitingly versatile floorplan, there is a neat gas kitchen, as well as an office, two generous loft spaces, wine cellar, fireplaces, ducted air conditioning, alfresco dining terrace and shed.
A rural haven of unimpeachable pedigree and local renown, it is little more than 5 minutes to the schools, shops, restaurants and conveniences of historic Camden.