7 June 2019

Gothic-style home near parkland is for sale 900 metres from two South Coast beaches

| Glynis Quinlan
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This secluded Gothic-style home is on the market just 900 metres from two beautiful beaches. All photos supplied by Webster Nolan Real Estate.

A grand Gothic-style home sitting in an elevated position on 40 acres of land is for sale next to Eurobodalla Coastal National Park and only 900 metres from two beautiful beaches.

‘Bingi Dreaming’ at 574 Bingi Road, Bingie, is a rare offering given its private setting and amazing location, with the home boasting both ocean and mountain views.

Along with the stylish main residence, there is a two-bedroom guest cottage, a studio, a timber shed and stables.

A tree-lined gravel driveway leads up to the main home which is based around Gothic-style architecture and is a known as a landmark home in the district.

It has been constructed using Western Red Cedar weatherboards and is set in a lovely garden compound of lawns and established trees together with an in-ground swimming pool.

Special features of the home include cathedral ceilings, Tasmanian Oak craftsmanship, leadlight windows, a wood-burning stove and exposed timber beams.

The two-bedroom cottage is also constructed from Western Red Cedar weatherboard with a Colorbond roof and could continue to be used as a guest cottage or rented out for boutique holiday accommodation.

The studio is timber-lined internally with external Colorbond cladding, while the timber-framed shed is clad in 100-year-old Cedar floorboards with a Colorbond roof. The stables also have a timber frame, are clad with Western Red Cedar weatherboard and have a Colorbond roof.

The current owners run horses on the 40-acre (16.19 hectare) property but previous owners have run some cattle.

Listing agent David Nolan of Webster Nolan Real Estate said Bingi Dreaming’s stunning location next to beautiful beaches is what makes it really stand out.

“It is in a very pristine area. There’s not many of them left,” Mr Nolan said.

Perched on the edge of the national park, Bingi Dreaming is only 900 metres from Bingi Bingi Point which offers two beaches – with the northern stretch sweeping up to Grey Rocks and Kellys Lagoon offering a rigorous surf-side walk.

The nearby Bingi Dreaming Track, after which the property is named, extends from Tuross Head to Congo and has been nominated by National Parks as one of the best walks in NSW.

Bingi Dreaming is 15 km from both Moruya and Tuross Head and a 2.5-hour drive from Canberra.

It is for sale by Expressions of Interest which will close on Tuesday, July 9 and has a price guide of more than $3 million.

For more information or to arrange an inspection contact Mr Nolan on 0447 278 236 or click here.

Below is a video of the property supplied by Webster Nolan Real Estate.

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If Stephen King lived on the south coast of NSW, he’d live here.

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