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60 Byng Street, Orange.


Galbally House

Open home scheduled for 11am 30th September - cancelled Purchased by James Dalton in 1855 from the Crown for four pounds, the building could probably be described as "late Federation" consisting of 25 rooms with an imposing street façade. Edward Dalton's family lived in the home for about five years until they sold the property to the Catholic Church in 1924 for six thousand pounds. In March 1980, Ernest and Gwenda Shave bought the property and moved in with their three children. The floor of the hall still has the original tiles and is in almost perfect condition. The exposed timber on the interior is Queensland maple, including the staircase. The staircase and stairwell are the most impressive of their type in any private home in Orange. A feature of the stairwell is a beautiful lead-light window at the higher level in the southern wall. - Absolute prime location in central Orange on a near acre of land - Built by the Daltons, a pioneering family of Orange - The current owners have meticulously maintained the originality - Magnificent examples of ornate plaster ceilings and leadlight windows - Approximately 454 sqm internally excluding verandahs of 208 sqm - Double garage, tool sheds and an out-house a further 51 sqm - Beautiful gardens with mature trees and full-size lawn tennis court Galbally House is set on one of the largest parcels of land in central Orange. This truly is a rare opportunity to be involved in this amazing property's next chapter, whether that is to enjoy it as a family home or explore other possibilities perhaps a sub-division or maybe a commercial venture (both subject to council approval).

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3998.0 sqm
Council rates
$5392.0 per year

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Along the foothills of Mount Canobolas in the Central Tablelands of NSW is the regional hub of Orange, a thriving centre with a whole lot to boast about, from its commercial centres and bustling main streets to the natural beauty that abounds. Here, farmgate produce is celebrated, and cool-climate wines are highly revered, meaning holidaymakers flock to this region to delight in all the homegrown goodness that this area produces.

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