Award win­ning prop­erty pro­duc­ing in­come and also a main res­i­dence

Tweed Daily News - - REAL ESTATE - By AIS­LING BREN­NAN AIS­LING.BREN­NAN@TWEED­DAI­LYNEWS.COM.AU

THIS peace­ful re­treat in Chilling­ham offers the owner a chance to op­er­ate an award-win­ning bed and break­fast in the tran­quil sur­rounds of the Tweed val­ley.

The prop­erty has a four-bed­room home­stead styled res­i­dence and is ac­com­pa­nied by three stand-alone, five-star, self-con­tained pri­vate chalet units through­out the grounds.

Seller Robyn Rowney said while she had en­joyed run­ning the beau­ti­ful bed and break­fast for 11 years, it was time to re­tire.

“Orig­i­nally, we wanted some­thing peace­ful and in the coun­try and we took about a dozen steps onto the prop­erty and knew this was the one,” Ms Rowney said.

“Hope­fully (the new own­ers) will carry on and add their own touch with a bit of new blood and some new en­ergy.”

The main res­i­dence offers plenty of space with a large kitchen and cov­ered pav­il­ion with a bar, bar­be­cue and pizza oven, which is per­fect for en­ter­tain­ing guests.

The master bed­room has a walk in robe, en­suite and spectacular moun­tain views.

The three self-con­tained chalets were specif­i­cally built to host guests in a bed and break­fast style ac­com­mo­da­tion.

Each chalet is pri­vately po­si­tioned through­out the gar­den and fea­tures cathe­dral ceil­ings, tim­ber floor­ing, an out­door hot tub, a car­port and a cov­ered deck with a bar­be­cue.

The prop­erty is also li­censed to hold wed­dings on-site, with an ex­pan­sive lawn area ideal for pri­vate func­tions.

The own­ers will also be able to have full ac­cess to the cur­rent busi­ness web­site, water tanks, ride-on mow­ers and golf buggy.

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