Penjonan, Hillsborough farm listed for the first time in 40 years

Penjonan, Hillsborough farm listed for the first time in 40 years
Penjonan, Hillsborough farm listed for the first time in 40 years

Penjonan, a Hillsborough farm that has been an operational veal-raising business, has been listed for the first time in four decades.

The 50 hectare property has a 1970s homestead designed by Newcastle architect Steve Busteed.

Situated at 1405 Maitland Vale Road, it has five bedrooms, a home office and a covered tiled verandah.

Surrounding the home are gardens that feature a swimming pool and tennis court, as well as a brick barbecue and landscaped yard.

The rest of the property has been cleared to shade trees and divided into nine fenced pasture paddocks, including a bull paddock.

River Realty Maitland agent Chris Henry is marketing the property with a guide of $1.7 million to $1.8 million.

 

 

 

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Hunter Valley Trohpy Home

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