A rural 6.7 acre property situated in a quiet cul-de-sac in Western Sydney is being offered with a novel providing: consumers can have the chance to personal their very own $10m man cave.
Positioned at 91-95 Racemosa Shut in Kemps Creek, the eight-bedroom and three-bathroom acreage consists of two homes on the property.
The primary dwelling, a brick Federation-style bungalow encompasses a totally outfitted 450 sqm shed which may home a number of vehicles and has a gamesroom and man cave hooked up.
The person cave encompasses a vary of car-related memorabilia, a pool desk, a minibar, a hearth, audio system and antiques.
In the meantime within the second dwelling, consumers can take pleasure in a renovated three-bedroom brick dwelling which options an open deliberate lounge and eating space with timber flooring and a contemporary kitchen with a breakfast bar.
Location is a significant promoting level for the Kemps Creek property, as it’s situated inside proximity to main arterial roads, growing infrastructure and the Western Sydney Airport.
RomicMoore Property brokers Aleksandar Elic and Slavko Romic are advertising and marketing the acreage, which is anticipated to leap in worth as a part of the broader Kemps Creek Precinct throughout the NSW state authorities’s new Aerotropolis Launch Space – slated for rezoning over the subsequent few years.
Mr Elic mentioned the principle home was designed on the 1860’s farmhouse however inbuilt 1989 with the second dwelling inbuilt 2001 with inspiration taken from the entrance home.
“The proprietor used to dwell within the close by suburb of Prestons previous to shifting to Kemps Creek, and is a type of blokes who loves vehicles and bikes,” Mr Elic mentioned.
“With two daughters and a spouse, the proprietor selected to create an space the place he might have his personal area close to the pool. The outcome was the storage the place he has spent his time rebuilding vehicles and gathering outdated signage as a passion.”
In keeping with Mr Elic, the property is anticipated to promote for $10m with a delayed settlement.
Loads of the land within the Kemps Creek space is earmarked for infrastructure constructing – with the encompassing areas earmarked for industrial tasks.
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