Southlands offering tree change by the sea sells at Gerringong

Southlands offering tree change by the sea sells at Gerringong
Southlands offering tree change by the sea sells at Gerringong

Southlands, a Gerringong trophy offering tree change by the sea, has sold for $2.5 million.

Offered for the first time in 20 years, 82 Sims Road comprises 12 hectares of lush green landscape just a short walk from the beach and the local town.

The main three bedroom, two bathroom weatherboard homestead has French doors which open onto the verandah that offers sweeping elevated views over Werri Beach and the surrounding vineyards.

The views stretch around some 50km south to Crookhaven Heads.

“It’s just a beautiful spot and it’s a very grounding way to live,” vendor Paul Brady told Domain. 

“This place just becomes part of your spirit and we’ve never stopped feeling grateful for that.

“There’s no road noise, no neighbours, no traffic, nothing to break the sense of having left the world behind.” 

The Brady's added a second two bedroom, self-contained cottage in 2008 and renovated in 2014.

Michele and Matthew Lay at Ray White Kiama sold the home. They had a listing price of $2.9 million.

Michele said with Southland’s rural zoning, it could be run as a vineyard, restaurant or bed and breakfast, subject to council approval.

A small parcel of the property is home to 100 year old western red cedars listed as protected rainforest, while wildlife is abundant, including wallabies, echidnas and native birds.

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