Buyers looking for a tree change may just find it in a Shoalhaven lifestyle property that's located at the foothills of Cambewarra Mountain.
'Beauly', located at 410D Moss Vale Road, Cambewarra is for sale.
Surrounded by bushland and sitting on 68 acres, the four-bedroom (plus a home office/study), two-and-a-half bathroom property has a price guide of $3,450,000.
The property has approximately 35 acres of cleared grazing land.
The parcel of land provides a mix of grazing land at the front, and timbered hillsides with dense rainforest at the top of the property.
The property also offers uninterrupted views of Coolangatta Mountain, the mouth of the Shoalhaven River and surrounding farmland.
Sellers, Les and Alison McMaster bought the block in 2007, and set about building their "dream home".
"It was just the magnificent views from the place," Mr McMaster said of what drew them to the property.
"And it's very private. There's only four houses on the road, it's four kilometres into town, and no one comes in as it's a private road.
"I was a broadacre farmer at the time, so I didn't want to go into town as yet. So I thought I'd buy a block with some acres, and run some sheep.
"We built around the north-east aspect, just looking out on the fantastic views with the big, wide verandahs and open living areas."
Mr McMaster previously owned a farm in country NSW, which was named 'Inverness' after the Scottish city.
"Beauly is a small town near Inverness, and I named the farm after it, just for sentimental reasons, as that's where my family originated from," he said.
The home features both a games room and media room, DA approval for a pool, and there is a dam on the property and water troughs for livestock.
Now grandparents, the McMasters said they were selling in order to be more centrally located and closer to family.
"It'd be great for anyone who wants that privacy, and maybe to run a few stock, they can run a few sheep or alpacas there," he said.
"It'll be a shame to leave it."
House sales in Cambewarra are rare. According to CoreLogic, there are typically five or less sold per year.
Selling agent, Shane Hilaire from Ray White Berry said there was a mix of interest in this listing from prospective buyers, including parties from the Shoalhaven, Sydney, Southern Highlands and Canberra.
Mr Hilaire said the property offered plenty of privacy, and an elevated aspect to the east that looked out over the Shoalhaven River and the coastal hinterland.
"It's a wonderful opportunity to secure a lifestyle farm that has also functioned as a family home," he said.