A coastal jewel in Narooma

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One of Narooma’s most iconic properties, Blackwood Park on the Wagonga Inlet is being offered for sale for the first time since 1965.

The property comprises 15 acres, with 1km of inlet frontage and stunning picturesque views over the inlet to Gulaga Mountain. LJ Hooker Narooma sales consultant, Steven Hutcheson, says the residence is “an iconic guest house from Narooma’s golden age of tourism”, and a “once in a generation property”.

“This property has been one of the most prestigious holiday destinations on the South Coast since the 1920s,” he says.

“The unique peninsula jutting out into the Wagonga Inlet originally held five holiday cabins and a clay tennis court.”

After Blackwood Park changed hands in 1965, the main dwelling was redesigned into four two-bedroom units and “was a fully operational holiday guesthouse until 1987”.

Hutcheson says this is a fantastic opportunity for a buyer with the commercial interest to reinvigorate the property for a holiday resort, or for someone looking to “create one of the best holiday homes on the South Coast”.

“The deep-water jetty with ocean access has recently been upgraded and provides the ideal launching spot for your fishing boat or yacht,” he says.

“Blackwood Park is one of the few remaining properties on the inlet with Mean High Water Mark (MHWM) ownership.

With a reluctant sale due to the current owner’s age, Hutcheson says “this property sale represents a unique opportunity that might not come around again for another 60 years”.

 

8 bed | 5 bath | 6 car   

 

 

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