4 gorgeous regional properties for sale

Beautiful homes in magnificent regional areas are in the sights of house hunters amid a flurry of first-home buyer activity in Australia’s property market. 

An influx of Australians working from home during the coronavirus pandemic has put regional living front of mind for many prospective buyers, and breaking into a lifestyle location has never been easier with record low interest rates and high levels of government first-home buyer incentives.

Here are four aspirational regional homes perfect for a tree change.

1. A country cottage in Orange, NSW

The elegant city of Orange in the Central Tablelands region was the most in-demand regional locale for first-home buyers in New South Wales in the past year, according to search data from realestate.com.au. 

The picture-perfect, seven-bedroom Mayfield Estate, situated about 11km from Orange, was built circa 1813 and captures all the beauty of the region.

This home is both stunningly beautiful as well as productive. Picture: realestate.com.au


The 46.45-hectare, neo-Georgian style homestead includes a commercial short-stay cottage, perfect for holiday rentals, as well as a small vineyard.

With high ceilings, heritage detail and stylish decorations, it’s easy to see why the home has been cherished for more than 200 years.

It’s on the market with expressions of interest closing 28 October. 

Orange NSW living room

Country cottages don’t get much more chic than this. Picture: realestate.com.au


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 2. A family home with room for fun in Shepparton, VIC

The border town of Shepparton was the most sought-after regional town in Victoria for first-home buyers in the past year, according to data from realestate.com.au.

With an affordable median house price of just $285,000, it’s easy to see why the area is so appealing.  

The haven at 51 Broken River Drive is a fantastic example of a family home with its open-plan, central living area, which features a vaulted ceiling overlooking a stunning courtyard pool.

Fun for all the family in this spacious abode. Picture: realestate.com.au


The huge kitchen, bathrooms, games room and living areas mean families will have plenty of opportunity to enjoy time together and apart.

There’s also a sizeable study and home-schooling area, which makes this home perfect for those working and studying from home.

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This home is great for larger families who need more space. Picture: realestate.com.au


The property is adjacent to stunning Broken River, making it a great lifestyle choice for those looking to escape the city.

 

3. Coastal breeze on the Southern Gold Coast, QLD

The Southern Gold Coast, which abuts the New South Wales border encompassing Coolangatta, Currumbin, Palm Beach, Kirra and Bilinga is a home buyer hot spot thanks to its laidback lifestyle, beautiful beaches and peaceful surrounds.

Modern monochrome home open living dining

Coastal vibes perfectly mixed with a modern edge. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy


This gorgeous home set atop Currumbin Hill, takes in breathtaking views of the ocean and Surfers Paradise and has a sought-after northern aspect.

Modern coastal home deck gas strut window bar stool seating

Breakfast with a view. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy


Boasting the perfect mix of modern, coastal and minimal, you will feel relaxed as soon as you walk through the front door of this abode, and will most likely make a beeline for the impressive outdoor area complete with gas strut window and bar seating.

The property is on the market for $1,045,000.

4. Magical Margaret River hideaway, WA

If you like the idea of living in one of Australia’s most famed wine regions, this is the house for you.

Big Margaret River home in bush

You’d be forgiven for thinking you’d checked into a high-end resort. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy


Set on 3.86 hectares of sun-drenched bushland, the home looks more like a five-star resort and has river views and more than 100m of river frontage. 

Cosy living dining exposed brick pitched ceiling

If ever the was a cosy fireplace perfect for drinking local wines, then this is it. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy


The interior is airy yet cosy thanks to the pitched roof with exposed beams, exposed brick, fireplace and sofas for days.

It’s the perfect family house with four bedrooms and bathrooms and oodles of entertaining space.

The vendor is accepting offers in the mid $2,000,000 range. 

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