Colonial Wilberforce farmhouse Stannix Park remains listed

Colonial Wilberforce farmhouse Stannix Park remains listed
Colonial Wilberforce farmhouse Stannix Park remains listed

Stannix Park, one of 20 colonial stone farmhouses in the Hawkesbury Valley, remains for sale after its weekend auction.

Selena Mazuran, from the FBI Fashion College, is seeking offers over $2.2 million for her colonial stone farmhouse at Wilberforce.

The convict-era homestead dates back to the pioneer settler William Hall and his wife, Dinah, who got a 1839 land grant.

Selena Mazuran bought it in 2009 for $1.225 million, then adding 2,300 square metres of adjoining land in 2012.

The 20-hectare lot on plains between Currency and Howes creeks, now comes with pool, separate studio and stables, and chapel at 103 Stannix Park Lane.

It was listed for weekend auction with $2.2 million plus hopes through BresicWhitney agent Walter Burfitt-Williams who passed it in on a $2.2 million vendor bid.

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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