At home at ‘Hazelgrove’



This home in the NSW village of Collector has been architecturally designed with high ceilings, spacious rooms and a showstopping kitchen.

Ray White Rural Canberra/Yass real estate and stock and station agent, George Southwell, says ‘Hazelgrove’ is a rural retreat, perfect for a young or growing family, close to all the amenities of Canberra and Goulburn.  

“Hazelgrove is well suited to an entertainer,” Southwell says.


“The kitchen features a chef’s oven and opens out via double doors to a covered alfresco area which is enclosed at the other end with louvre windows to ensure enjoyment throughout all four seasons.”

The home was designed by well-known Goulburn architect Andrew Randall and completed in 2006. It boasts four bedrooms and a wealth of living areas over two storeys, as well as outdoor space in abundance with more entertaining areas and established gardens.

“The resurgence in city dwellers embracing the work-from-home directive induced by the pandemic has seen people want to relocate to the wide-open spaces and fresh air in regional areas,” says Southwell.

“But people are seeking a modern design and that’s where Hazelgrove delivers; it’s a true country estate offering the best in home design and high-quality finishes that wouldn’t be out of place in homes built today.”


Hazelgrove is also home to a main bedroom suite with ensuite and walk-in robe, slow combustion fireplace, upstairs ‘retreat’, and large mudroom/laundry. The open-plan living room includes a bar area with built-in cupboards, sink and space for a fridge.

“Hazelgrove is ideally situated a stone’s throw from local favourite, Some Café, and local cellar door, Collector Wines,” says Southwell.

“Collector is located 2.5 hours to Sydney and only 30 minutes to the Nation’s Capital.”

The vacant 2,000sqm block next door, 8 Murray Street, is also for sale, with the option to be purchased separately or together with number 10. 


4 bed | 3 bath | 2 car | 1 study

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