A lifestyle property at Jamberoo is attracting plenty of interest ahead of going under the hammer next month.
The home, located at 19 Macquarie Street, Jamberoo has a price guide of $2.5 million to $2.8 million.
It will be auctioned on May 15.
Sitting on 3.86ha, the four-bedroom, two-bathroom home also features a studio apartment or office with private balcony above the two-car garage.
The home also features wrap-around verandas, designer bathrooms, an open fireplace and resort-style swimming pool.
Aidan McEvoy and wife Natahl have owned the property for more than 20 years, and undertaken a substantial amount of work.
Mr McEvoy said when they bought the property, it was "just sort of a house on a block of land and then the acreage behind it".
"We've put in the pool, the garage, the studio, the landscaping, the driveway," he said.
Mr McEvoy said his favourite features of the property included the pool, gardens and privacy.
"We're only a stone's thrown from town... It's a lifestyle block really," he told the Mercury.
The property offers an array of sheds, stables and enclosures which lead to more than eight acres of open farmland, set up for the horse enthusiast, with three fenced paddocks and grassed riding arena.
Mr McEvoy said the land could also be ideal for someone wanting to run a few head of cattle, with a dam and creek running through the property.
Mr McEvoy said they were selling in order to relocate, and perhaps downsize in terms of land.
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"We've been here a long time, but I think it's just time for a change, and with the market the way it is, it's the time to do it," he said.
Co-selling agent, David Hall from First National Coast & Country said they'd had more than 130 inquiries on the property so far.
"The property is unique in the fact that it is an acreage so close to town," Mr Hall said.
"It would be ideal for anyone looking for a lifestyle property and with the market being as hot as I have seen it, I think the property will continue to attract huge interest."
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