Silvermere Farm, Narooma sold

Silvermere Farm, Narooma sold
Silvermere Farm, Narooma sold

The 124 hectare Silvermere Farm near Narooma on the NSW South Coast has been sold - with suggestions its been bought by a family from Europe.

Marketed at $4.75 million, Silvermere Farm was sold by David Nolan at Webster Nolan Real Estate, Sydney inconjunction with John Murray at Whale Coast Realty. 

The oceanfront property features a striking architect-designed home, designed by the Nowra-based architect Colin Irwin at 1 Architecture with a series of wave-inspired pods.

Silvermere Farm, Narooma sold

The steel-framed house has two bedrooms with ensuites, study, dining/living area warmed by underfloor heating and a fireplace, which runs on ethanol.

The home uses ceiling-to-floor double-glazed windows, blackbutt timbers and solar panels for power and hot water.

The highly fertile pasture improved soils are currently running Angus cows and calves, Dorper ewes and lambs. 

There is guest accommodation and manager’s residence. Denis Davies is a retired senior commercial lawyer who bought the property — once an award-winning dairy farm — in 2002.

They wanted to downsize and spend more time in Melbourne.

This article was first published in the Sunday Telegraph.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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