Corowa history on the market

A RENOWNED Murray River frontage property could fetch about $1.7 million when it is offered next month as a mortgagee sale.

Kunanadgee Homestead, 12 kilometres west of Corowa, was once part of a much larger station property of the district.

It is now known as the Kunanadgee Homestead portion of 320 acres on Spring Drive, Corowa.

Agents Pat Rice and Hawkins have been appointed by Andrew Hewitt, from Grant Thornton, as agent of the mortgagee to seek offers by 2pm on February 28.

The 1930s-built home of more than 50 squares has six bedrooms and two bathrooms.

There are formal dining and lounge rooms with a large country-style kitchen.

Expansive lawns surround the homestead, which also boasts an in-ground swimming pool.

Selling agent Peter Hawkins said the homestead was historic in character and set within a magnificent garden.

The property also offers machinery and hay sheds, including a four-stand woolshed, as well as steel and timber sheep and cattle yards.

A two-bedroom cottage is also on the grounds.

Mr Hawkins anticipated widespread interest.

“This property should appeal to buyers searching for a unique rural retreat, or the opportunity to establish a new agricultural enterprise such as a stud or to continue as a farming and grazing unit,” he said.

“There’s also a long frontage to one of the best reaches of the Murray River.”

Call (03) 9866 5588 to inspect.

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