Finished in 1910 "Glencoe" was a stately home in what was then the bustling little Clarence River village of Chatsworth Island. Today Chatsworth Island is more known for its peaceful and quiet riverside setting then the bustle of yesteryear, but "Glencoe" would be in as good, if not better, condition today than it was 100 years ago.
Situated directly across the road from the local boat ramp and five doors down from the local general store, the important parts of the Chatsworth Village are at your fingertips. A 21km drive to both Iluka (to the north) and Yamba (to the south) you have some of the most beautiful coastline Northern NSW has to offer. Sitting on your front verandah watching the North Arm of the Clarence quietly meander by, perhaps the biggest decision will be - "Do I go for a drive or do I put the boat in and go by via the river". What a nice dilemma to contemplate.
For the building itself, from the moment you walk through the door you will know this spacious home has been lovingly cared for its entire life. Carefully and tastefully restored with a considered approach to the era in which it was originally built, it is ready for a new owner to make the most of it. Both bathrooms and the kitchen have been completely renovated, floors freshly polished and new carpet are just the beginning. The owner has really gone to the effort to present their beautiful property at the level it so thoroughly deserves.
Those who would like a slice of Clarence River history, those that want a quiet riverbank location, those that want a stylishly appointed home or those that want all three should be picking up the phone and booking an inspection today.
234 Chatsworth Road, Chatsworth, New South Wales, 2469, Australia