An incredible Western Sydney estate complete with a whopping 23-car garage, workshop and showroom has hit the market
The sprawling property at 38 Krahe Road in Wilberforce sits on more than 10 hectares of land with a wealth of high-end features in an entertainer’s paradise.
The country-style home, known as Meadowgrove Farm, has an incredible pool, spa and alfresco deck, expansive home theatre and open plan living and dining area, with high ceilings throughout the home.
An expansive Western Sydney estate (pictured) has been put on the market and features an incredible alfresco outdoor area with swimming pool and spa
The five-bedroom home features a wealth of incredible features including an epic cinema room with red leather chairs
The home features an incredible bar adjacent to the garage area, with a drag racing car on display in the centre of the room
Cutcliffe Properties agent Craig Donkin described the enormous mansion as ‘stunning’.
‘It’s a pretty impressive property and we’ve had tonnes of inquiries,’ he told Daily Mail Australia. ‘It’s one of the best homes I’ve seen in 24 years of real estate.’
The property features a modern stone kitchen, games and rumpus rooms, four bathrooms, a fireplace and three of the five bedrooms have an ensuite and walk-in wardrobes.
‘Everything is beautiful and of extreme quality and built to the highest standards,’ Mr Donkin said.
The 560 square metre garage is a highlight of the home and is an unparalleled work space for the mechanically minded.
It includes a completely stocked bar and enough space to work on multiple cars at once.
Three of the five bedrooms feature walk-in wardrobes and ensuite bathrooms, with a guest accommodation setup separate from the main house
The work shop and garage area features enough space to park a motor home and work on multiple vehicles at the same time
‘It’s the best shed I’ve ever seen in my life,’ Mr Donkin said.
A large machinery shed with a ride on mower, kids buggy and John Deere tractor stands outside the garage area, with three-bedroom guest accommodation studio separate from the main house.
The address is nestled into a lush green estate, with a private dam and landscaped garden.
The owner bought the home in 2012 and underwent huge renovations throughout the site, with the property listed with a price guide of $3.9-$4.1million.
Mr Donkin said the coronavirus pandemic was helping to draw buyers toward the expansive estate, with many seeking to escape crowded inner city regions for country solitude.
‘It is booming out here, we have had so many people coming out, it’s been really strong for us and other agencies too,’ he said.
‘I always ask people where they’re coming from and I believe people are moving because you can work from home and have the space around you and peace.’
High ceilings feature throughout the property, with an open plan living and dining area extending out to the an expansive deck area