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History offered to the market for the first time in a Century!

108 Baaners Lane, Little Hartley
$1,350,000 Sold!
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 10 Car spaces
  • 2.67 Hectares
Kristie Trouchet-Nilsson
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Johan Nilsson
0433 116 755
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After 105 years with one family, this Historic late-1800's home "Bonnie Blink" is on the market.

This two-storey 6 bedroom classic French Pavillion-styled home sits tucked quietly behind an array of iconic and established gardens with everblooming lush foliage ranging from Dahlias, through to classic Roses & in particular one of the famous Anthony Hordern Oak Trees located at the front of the property.

The home itself hosts a variety of excellent features, ranging from:-
-High ceilings
-Early 2000's renovation
-Two wood burners
-Classic hardwood flooring
-Incredible mint condition RAYBURN aga cooktop in the kitchen
- 6.5 acres

Built-in 1874 by Charles Henry Edward Blackmann, and owned by the Hordern family from 1876 to 1881, followed by the MacKillop family, this historic home hosts signs of yesteryear throughout. The time capsule of a home has been owned by the Baaner family since 1916 and was once a successful flourishing apple orchard - proving to have fertile soil for stone fruits.

The grounds now host a tennis court, large dam, stunning established gardens, carport & an expansive 2 bay machinery shed.

There is an attached granny flat beside the home, where one can entertain and extended family or guests by having the extra space!

Now situated on 2.67 hectares, this property is a delight to any savvy investor looking for a great income opportunity for Airbnb, or just a weekender.
Given the nature of this property, it will be suitable for someone wishing to hold onto the heritage, history & significance that comes along with it.

Ready to be handed over to new owners, this home is available to view strictly by appointment only.


Gas Heating
Fully Fenced
Outdoor Entertainment Area
Rumpus Room
Water Tank