A "bohemian" home set in the heart of the in-demand Mount Kembla village is for sale, presenting a rare opportunity to snap up an acreage property in the suburb.
The home at 268 Cordeaux Road, Mount Kembla is due to be auctioned at a future date.
The three-bedroom, two-bathroom private farmhouse is set well off the road behind electric gates.
It's positioned on a sprawling, near 1.5 acres of cleared and usable land.
Other features include an outdoor entertaining area with kitchen, bar and pool table, and manicured and landscaped gardens.
Although only listed earlier this week, there has already been early interest around the $2 million mark.
Seller Jan Wilson and husband Jamie bought the home in 2000.
Mrs Wilson said it was secluded and located in the "gorgeous" Mount Kembla village.
"It's very quiet and peaceful," she said. "All the beautiful birds come down on the verandah, the big king parrots every day. We just love it; it's been a very good family home."
Mrs Wilson said since buying the property, they had "opened the home up".
This included installing hand-made Moroccan tiles in the kitchen, a barbecue area with bar, and hundred-year-old kauri pine floorboards, "which were rare and difficult to get".
"It's just got a good feel, a bit different," she said. "It's a little bohemian with the Moroccan tiles and Turkish rugs, and has a warm feel.
"There's a chicken coop there, we've had horses and goats. It's a great place for kids to grow up."
She said acreage rarely became available at Mount Kembla, especially right in the heart of the village.
She said the suburb boasted beautiful walking and cycling trails.
"It's a really tight-knit community," Mrs Wilson said.
"Just a real village, a tight-knit hub. It's a very special place, very family-oriented, and we're 10-15 minutes to the beach."
Mrs Wilson said they were selling as they were "getting itchy feet" and potentially wanted to try living "somewhere completely different".
"We're retired now, and just spent seven weeks travelling around Australia, so we might just become grey nomads," she said.
Selling agent, Trever Molenaar Molenaar + McNeice said there were a lot of people looking to buy both in the tightly-held Mount Kembla, as well as acreages in the region in general.
He said there had been plenty of interest from Sydney buyers looking for some additional space.
According to CoreLogic, the median sales price of houses in the area is $1,100,000.
The population of Mount Kembla in 2011 was 1028 people. By 2016, the population was 1067.
During the past 12 months, there has been 13 house sales in the suburb.