Nestled in the majestic hills of Rose Valley you'll discover a hidden treasure, Curry's Mountain Estate, encompassing 256 acres of fertile pasture, bushwalking trails, waterfalls, pristine rainforest and stunning panoramic views of the South Coast.
Celebrated for its tranquillity and enchanting vistas, Rose Valley comprises some of the most tightly-held real estate on the South Coast. This exquisite estate is nestled south of Saddleback Mountain overlooking picturesque Werri Beach, through to Seven Mile Beach and Pigeon House Mountain.
The estate is named after the family of John Curry, who had originally taken up settlement on the mountain around the 1840s-1860s. More recently it was owned by the late Stuart Hornery, a prominent Australian businessman and philanthropist, who enlisted world-renowned architect Eric R Kuhne to design a luxurious, state-of-the-art home. The plans were approved, and the house site has already undergone some preparation for the construction. This includes levelling of the house site, installation of underground power, water tanks and sewerage system, and excavation of rock for an in-ground pool.
On site you will also find the 'Shed,' which has since been converted to living quarters. The potential to complete this incredible masterpiece makes this property an exciting project for the next custodian of this land.
The potential for this property is limited only by the imagination. It would make an incredible eco-retreat promoting the beauty of the natural surrounds or a productive hobby farm for someone looking to enhance the established agricultural activities further. It offers the perfect location for weddings or special events or a unique site for glamping..... For the very fortunate, this could remain a hidden paradise, which provides perfect seclusion, leaving you to enjoy this spiritually and visually rich haven.
Today, the property is a multi-faceted farm industry including two flourishing orchards, a finger lime plantation, native nursery, four dams and multiple walking trails along the untouched rainforest, though to waterfalls at the peak of Curry's Mountain. The native gardens attract a variety of wildlife like kangaroos, wallabies, native birds wombats, echidnas, and bandicoots.
Located 90-minutes drive south from the Sydney CBD, Curry's Mountain Estate offers an exceptional opportunity to own a magnificent, private retreat close to quaint coastal and country towns such as Berry, Kangaroo Valley, and Kiama.
3 Phase Power
Car Parking - Surface
Close to Schools
Close to Shops
Close to Transport
Open Fire Place