$$1,149,000 - $1,199,000
Development Site
Listing ID: ID5067
February 20, 2021




Situated on the corner, with 2-street frontages and connected to major arterial road networks, this beautiful 1940’s war-era family home sits in a key location to the region and lends itself to potential development, with R2 zoning that could potentially include detached and semi-detached dwellings (SUBJECT TO DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION AND TO COUNCIL APPROVAL).

The home herself consists of a comfortable and spacious dwelling, oozing with character and features high ceilings, ornate cornices and that nostalgic feel of ‘yesteryear’ throughout.

The living options are numerous, including formal loungeroom, breakfast room adjoining the kitchen, formal dining room and 2-lounge areas. The kitchen is spacious, well designed with plenty of bench space, together with pull-out table / benchtop, for when preparing large meals for family gatherings. Ample cupboards including overhead with stained glass and large ‘Butler’s Pantry’. Stainless steel OMEGA appliances, dishwasher, in-wall oven and downlights add to the conveniences.

The loungeroom has a working open fireplace with brick hearth, new grate, copper hood and mantlepiece which adds to the special ambience of the home. The walls have recently been installed with solid Cedar panelling and has brass fittings for the light switches and power-points. The floor is genuine Jarrah timber, exposed in the dining room and under the floor covering of the kitchen and study.

Numerous windows wrap around the home’s lounge / sitting areas, featuring wooden venetians and allowing plenty of natural light to come flooding through to highlight the ornate wall panelling. Downstairs is the second bathroom, featuring large laundry and separate toilet.

The formal dining has hard timber flooring, bevelled mirrors, large window and high ceilings and lends itself perfectly for conversion to that 3rd bedroom. The master bedroom is over-sized with walk-through robe, leading to the en-suite and a large storeroom is next to the Master bedroom with linen cupboard.

The grounds of the property is spectacular an is set amongst mature gardens and hedges, with a calming and relaxing leafy-green outlook. There is another spacious room adjoining the garage with 3 windows, currently being used as a toolroom and for storage.

There is covered parking for 2 cars, one side fitted with a B&D ‘Control A Door’. Adjacent is yet another storage space, fitted with shelving and separate wood closet.

  • 2-bedrooms, possible 3rd option, huge master with walk-in robe and en-suite
  • Updated and spacious kitchen, Butlers walk-in pantry
  • Breakfast room adjoining the kitchen, 2nd bedroom currently used as a study
  • Formal lounge room, genuine Jarrah flooring, high ceilings
  • Open fireplace with copper surrounds, solid Cedar wall panelling
  • Large windows wrap around the home’s Sitting areas, wooden venetian blinds
  • Formal dining has hardwood timber flooring, plenty of natural light
  • 2nd bathroom downstairs, separate toilet and large laundry
  • Covered parking for 2 cars, workshop retreat area
  • Mature gardens, meticulously kept lawns, paved courtyard area, fully fenced
  • Enjoy the Roses, Agapanthus, Bird of Paradise, Bromeliads, Birds Nest and other ferns
  • 39kms to Sydney CBD & 3.3kms to nearest Motorway on-ramp at Raby Road


The property is serviced by the following essential pieces of infrastructure in the region:


Leumeah Public: 2.0km

Leumeah High: 2.2km

Zahra Grammar: 1.5km

St. Patrick’s College: 5.8km

St Gregory’s College: 8.5km



Leumeah Shopping Centre: 2.8km

Macarthur Square: 7.4km

Campbelltown Mall: 5.1km

Market Fair: 6.9km

Minto Market Place: 2.8km



Bus Service: Route 881/2/3 & 879 via Blair Athol

Train Service: From Leumeah Station: 2.8km



Campbelltown Private Hospital: 6.4km

Campbelltown General Hospital: 7.3km

Enquire today! Ask us about a copy of the Contract for Sale, please contact the Peter Hunt team on: 02 4656 1929.

Leumeah sits north of Campbelltown, which gets its name from Elizabeth Campbell, the wife of former Governor of New South Wales Lachlan Macquarie. Originally called Campbell-Town, the name was later simplified to the current Campbelltown. Campbelltown was presented with its own Coat of Arms in 1969, based on the Arms of the Campbell Family in Scotland.

In 1887 Leumeah railway station was built, originally it was named ‘Holly Lea’ after the property of a local politician but the name eventually was changed to Leumeah, in 1969. Situated in the fast-growing Macarthur district, Campbelltown now boasts some of the largest shopping centres outside Sydney, with all major facilities to support growing families.

The region is now a significant hub for South Western Sydney with a direct rail line and highway, major hospital, university and several shopping centres and is only 58km from Wollongong’s beaches and 232km to Canberra.

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