Restored Mill Pond Farm at Braidwood listed by antiques dealer

Restored Mill Pond Farm at Braidwood listed by antiques dealer
Restored Mill Pond Farm at Braidwood listed by antiques dealer

Following its 12-year restoration, Mill Pond Farm at Braidwood in the NSW Southern Tablelands has been listed for sale by antique collectors Antony Davies and Andrew Gow.

The duo are looking for a property to become a sanctuary for their rescue animals, while also continuing with their collection of vintage cars and horse-drawn carriages.

Restored Mill Pond Farm at Braidwood listed by antiques dealer

They’d previously restored the 1850s Braidwood inn Tidmarsh over 10 years.

Both restored properties have received heritage awards after becoming tourist attractions.

Restored Mill Pond Farm at Braidwood listed by antiques dealer

Kelly Allen at Luton Properties has the listing of the Jembaicumbene property, located 280 kilometres south-west of Sydney.

The 40 hectare estate has fine wool alpacas, carriage horses, goats and sheep.

Restored Mill Pond Farm at Braidwood listed by antiques dealer

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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