Castellated House With Medieval Style Tower For Sale In Springwood, Australia

You'll want to take a look inside this stunning castellated house with a medieval-style tower for sale in Springwood, Australia. The price on application of this Springwood, Australia is known as the Bunda House, a landmark Victorian manor. This unique and private gated estate, historic early 1880’s Victorian manor has been carefully restored. It sits on a picturesque 12,523 square meter property surrounded by tree-dotted gardens with a unique medieval Turret tower. The large sandstone home is framed in wide-covered verandahs with original decorative iron fretwork. There are period features to include exquisite joinery, high ceilings (some ornate), five original fireplaces, and timber floors.

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The castle property has expansive formal and casual living zones that are complemented by a games room, TV room, library, and home office. There is a marble-topped gas kitchen with a butler’s kitchen that caters easily to those that love to cook or entertain. There are six generous bedrooms to include the master with study, four baths, one with sauna which provides excellent service. The original stone rooms offer multi-purpose functions, a workshop that is ideal for the handyman or business. Extras at the property include a garden pavilion, a cellar, an original slab tool shed, air conditioning, and generous car accommodation. This is a rare and unmissable opportunity in a perfect setting close to village shops, rail, bus, and school.

Springwood is located towards the eastern edge of the Blue Mountains, between the smaller communities of Faulconbridge and Valley Heights. This scenic mountain village in New South Wales features an extensive shopping strip away from the busy highway along Macquarie Road and is dotted with several historic buildings including the Braemar Gallery (1892), Frazer Memorial Presbyterian Church (1895) and the National Trust classified railway station. Springwood offers several attractive parks and walking tracks, many of which follow the numerous creeks and gullies in the surrounding forests and Blue Mountains National Park.

Blue Mountains Nation Park is a World Heritage-listed park, that is home to the famous Three Sisters in Katoomba. You'll discover iconic lookouts and waterfalls, mountain biking, historic walking tracks, Aboriginal culture, adventure sports, and camping. You can pack a picnic and enjoy a day trip to marvel at the Three Sisters rock formation from Echo Point, in Katoomba. You'll take in sweeping views of sheer sandstone cliffs and hazy blue Grose Valley declared wilderness area from Govetts Leap, in Blackheath. At Wentworth Falls you'll find world-class lookouts, walks, and waterfalls.

This certified Ecotourism Destination is a walker's paradise, boasting over 140km of tracks and trails. You can choose to walk a section of the historic Prince Henry Cliff walk, between Katoomba and Leura. You can also climb Mount Banks' summit or descend into the Grand Canyon. Another activity to enjoy is to combine a short walk with Aboriginal rock art or a swim in a natural pool, near Glenbrook. Mountain bike riders to the park can cycle the famed Woodford-Oaks trail, scenic Narrow Neck, or Faulconbridge Ridge trail. There are also great opportunities for adventure sports tours, including abseiling, rock climbing, and canyoning. The park is within a 2 hours drive from Sydney.

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