A Kangaroo Valley acreage property boasts both a $5.5 million price guide and an abundance of private swimming holes.
The home sits on 100 acres and is located at 203 Green Valley Road, Kangaroo Valley.
The property offers valley views, rolling green paddocks and about a dozen private swimming holes.
Selling agent, Nick Dale from Belle Property Berry said Sawyers Creek runs directly through approximately one kilometre of this "awesome" property.
The land is a blend of bushland, rainforest and open paddocks.
Made from solid Australian hardwood and reclaimed bricks, the newly constructed modern country home is perched high, overlooking open paddocks and Sawyers Creek.
The main house has three bedrooms, and there is DA approval for dual occupancy should the new owners want to expand. Mr Dale said this extension would essentially double the size of the home.
In addition, there is a rustic two-bed cottage with kitchen and bathroom and a dual caravan set-up with undercover deck.
Seller Jordan Mawson, a builder, said they bought the property in 2016 and built the home.
He said the build was based on traditional carpentry methods, using the mortise and tenon method, which entails a minimal use of screws and nails.
The mortise and tenon joint is regarded as one of the strongest and most-widely used woodworking joints.
Mr Mawson said the goal was to build a family home using plenty of recycled and earthy materials.
"It's a very warm house," he said.
"You're close to the coast - you're on the coast side of the Kangaroo Valley area, and you're just over the hill from Nowra.
"Bomaderry shops are ten to 12 minutes away, and it's just over the hill from Berry as well."
Mr Mawson said among his favourite features of the property was the creek.
"That's definitely the highlight," he said. "And there's a 50 metre by 50 metre vineyard as well."
Mr Mawson said the house would be well-suited to a family wanting to raise children.
"It's the perfect place to raise kids - exploring the land, creeks and bushland," he said.
Mr Dale said the home had attracted plenty of interest from Sydney-based families, who were viewing it as a "50/50 type living situation, where it's more than a weekender but not a permanent residence".