Live Out Your ‘Yellowstone’ Fantasy at 83 Tourist Road in Bowral
About as picturesque as it gets, the house located on 83 Tourist Road Bowral is what most architectural-designed houses aspire to be. A part of Williams Crossing in New South Wales, the New England style home is a balance of elegance and striking style. Situated on the top of a gentle hill, it overlooks a property of more than 100 verdant and lush acres. Sure, it looks like a scene out of Yellowstone, but this unique property is Aussie to the core.
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The home consists of seven bedrooms and almost as many bathrooms (six). It features double-height ceilings adorned with sculptural elements, as well as a two-story drystone fireplace made by hand from stone that was locally quarried. The oversized mantle was made of reclaimed hardwood from the old Sydney wharves.
Individually plugged spotted gumwood board was used for the flooring, while the walls are covered in the floor-to-ceiling wainscot. You also get a sense of the original creators’ life as you enjoy the William Morris wallpaper. The entry lobby is massive in size, reflecting the rest of the home, which can be enjoyed from the suspended gallery walkway in the living areas. The kitchen has a butler’s pantry that provides food for the casual dining area and a large formal dining room. Three of the bedrooms have ensuite bathrooms and walk-in closets, with the master suite copping a retreat as well as two expansive dressing rooms and separate bathroom amenities.
French doors from the oversized study lead to a separate wing of the home. Perched above the main bedroom is a tower that doubles as an observatory. There are three lounge or living areas and the mudroom offers a custom-built dog bath. The garage holds four cars and there is an in-ground swimming pool.
The surrounding ecosystem is a tapestry of beauty, with hedgerows, paddocks, and in the distance stunning mountain ranges. The home is located just 10 minutes from either Bowral or Mittagong, where families can send children to school and where you’ll find restaurants, entertainment, and other facilities. If this sounds like your dream home, then you can buy. But to find out what your dream will cost you, you’ll have to reach out to the real estate agent.