"Highdown" built by Randloph Nott in approximately 1870 and occupied by only three owners since; clearly a testament to the property’s charm... Sold!

  • Bedrooms 5
  • Bathrooms 2
  • Car Spaces 1
  • Land Size 4420 Square metres


With a commanding position, high on a hill, minutes from the township of Bowral, Highdown is an elegant, unspoilt, semi Gothic style, historic home built from red cedar imported from Canada.
Grand lounge and formal dining rooms both with open fireplaces, high ceilings and kauri floor boards. Country kitchen flowing to a relaxed meals area over looking the garden continuing on into a well positioned north facing family room.
An enviable architecturally designed and sympathetically extended conservatory/den with fireplace that exudes comfort and warmth from every corner.
The house is beautifully protected by an age old garden (by May Crago) consisting of Chinese and weeping elms, a Japanese oak, rhododendrons, camellias to name but a few.
In addition to these splendid original features, Highdown also offers gas central heating and security together with a separate studio for guests or an additional office.
A wonderful opportunity to acquire one of the original homes in Bowral.
Price: Expressions of Interest – closing date 15 March 2010

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Heating & Cooling

  • Open Fireplace

Indoor Features

  • Alarm System