Watch from the verandah as the Mooki River lazily winds its way around the western boundary of this architecturally designed sandstone homestead, "Walhallow".
This historic home has a breathtaking facade, stone archway, curved verandah, all featuring locally quarried sandstone.
Warmth and light fills the homestead, showcasing restored timber floorboards, 3.35 metre-high ceilings, ornate fireplaces and many other period features.
Modern improvements include reverse cycle ducted air conditioning, spacious kitchen with gas cooktop and plantation shutters.
"Walhallow" is situated in beautiful, low maintenance gardens with formal stone entry and ornate gateways.
The grounds offer various outbuildings, including a circular meat house, old school house, stables, workshop and hay shed.
The property is situated on about 36.5 hectares of the best soils in the district and includes working cattle yards, good fencing and plenty of water.
Also, the property offers the opportunity for the tree changer to create a unique business including events and functions, or boutique accommodation, small scale agriculture or horticulture.
Caroona is about a 50 minute drive to Tamworth, located on the Liverpool Plains.
TAMWORTH AT A GLANCE
As the largest inland NSW city west of the Great Dividing Range, Tamworth is a vibrant and growing city that offers its residents the benefits of large city living at a fraction of the price.
There are a wealth of opportunities for job seekers with retail currently Tamworth's biggest employer.
Education, health and construction are also major industries with strong employment, while self-employment is also a great option.
One of the benefits of regional city living is the lifestyle that it provides.
Tamworth is highlighted by boutique fashion, delightful cafes and three major entertainment centres.
Sport is high on the agenda with over 45 sports on offer and over 200 sporting events held each year, while art enthusiasts and museum goers are also spoiled for choice.