Berry Mountain trophy home, Glenworth sold

Berry Mountain trophy home, Glenworth sold
Berry Mountain trophy home, Glenworth sold

Glenworth, Berry Mountain set on 98.8 acres, has been sold for an undisclosed amount to an undisclosed buyer last month.

Marketed as "possibly the most prestigious, stately residence in the district" it is placed in a unique location on Berry Mountain, overlooking Berry and beyond to the sea (pictured above).

Glenworth is a Victorian two storey home (pictured below) built in 1880 by James Wilson, the esteemed first mayor of Berry.

Berry Mountain trophy home, Glenworth sold

With extensive outbuildings and sufficient shedding to store all forms of farm machinery, this property is both residence and a rural holding that is divided into 7 grazing paddocks.

Two small creeks emerge from sources on the property upon which a 2nd dwelling, previously a caretakers cottage, set well apart from the main holding resides, providing the opportunity to create a private home for visitors or holiday letting.

Glenworth was previously held by one family for 67 years.

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