Farmer Wants A Wife House Listed $6.5 Million

20/08/2012 10:08 am

 

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The mansion, which features in this year's season of Channel Nine's Farmer Wants A Wife has been listed for sale. The magnificent estate located close to popular tourist destination Byron Bay is where Paul Hogan married his Crocodile Dundee co-star Linda Kozlowski.

Real estate agent, Nicolette van Wijngaarden of Unique Estates, hopes the program will show the Possum Creek property to many more potential buyers.

The agency has the home listed for auction on behalf of the entrepreneur Duncan Mount and his former model wife Sally.

"It certainly can't hurt," agency founder van Wijngaarden told the local paper when asked about the priceless free publicity the property would achieve on the show.

The estate is set on 46 hectares with a resort-style pool used for the opening introductions between the farmers and the farm wife candidates.

The property, with guide price of $6.5 million will be auctioned on site on September 29.

Nestled amongst the green rolling hills of Possum Creek in the Byron Bay Hinterland is one of the most magnificent homes in Australia. With some 800sqm under roof this architectural masterpiece features 6 metre high ceilings in the central hallway; a beautiful staircase to the second level and a myriad of divine entertaining & relaxation spaces. Set on 46.53 ha (approx. 115 acres) of lush green lawns and stands of rainforest, the main house is set on the banks of the Wilson River and also borders Possum Creek. There are 5 acres of cabinet timber plantation and a 2 bedroom manager’s residence or guest cottage some distance from the main home.