A sprawling 3.2-acre property in North Batemans Bay has hit the market with an asking price of $2.5 million to $2.75 million.
If it sells for that amount, 33 Cors Parade would likely break the suburb house price record by a substantial amount.
It's currently held by a seven-bedroom home on the same street, which sold for $1.8 million in November 2020.
According to CoreLogic, the median sales price for a house in North Batemans Bay was $670,000 in July.
The property was built around 20 years ago by builder Keith de Winter as his own home.
In 2010, Mr de Winter was showing one of his other properties to prospective buyers Carol and Bill McQualter but when they later gathered at the Cors Parade home, they knew it was the one.
"This is where he ran his office from, so we came back here to have a cup of coffee and talk," Mrs McQualter said.
"I said to him, 'I'm not interested in the other one but I'm certainly interested in this one if you're ever going to sell it'."
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Since then, Mr and Mrs McQualter have enjoyed just over a decade of living in the unique home.
It features four bedrooms, including a master bedroom on one end with a private courtyard, open-plan living spaces and a salt water swimming pool surrounded by a large entertaining area.
Designed by Canberra firm TT Architecture, the house features high vaulted ceilings and feature windows that look out onto the gardens.
But the intriguing features extend beyond the main house.
Outside, a detached yurt makes for a creative studio space, hobby room or what is currently a "man cave", according to Mrs McQualter.
Next to the yurt, an unused water tank has been converted into a wine cellar with room for a few hundred wine bottles.
"That water tank failed, it didn't hold water, so they put in two new tanks beside it and that was just an empty tank," Mrs McQualter said.
"So, we had a door cut in the side of it, a fireproof door put on and a couple of little steps down into it and made it a wine cellar."
The property also includes an office and reception area, five garages and two machinery sheds with a self-contained studio flat attached.
Selling agent Pat Jameson of Blackshaw Coastal said interest in the property had been strong and is likely to grow now COVID-19 restrictions are easing.
"There's been good interest but people haven't been able to get here," she said.
"So I think now that we're seeing ACT, Victoria and Sydney open up, we'll get people through."
Ms Jameson said the property will appeal to a range of buyers, including those wishing to run a business or work from home.
"People who own a business have it all set up, with car parking, a separate entry for the office and a reception," she said.
"You're only a few minutes drive into town but you've got the feeling of being out on a private tranquil property .. it really feels like a resort."
While they've enjoyed their time living in the home, Mr and Mrs McQualter said the time has come to downsize.
"I'd be very sad to leave here, it's been a wonderful place to live in," Mrs McQualter said.
She hopes the new owners will enjoy the property as much as they have.
"It's a very easy house to live in, you have views from every window, a nice big backyard, it's a great entertaining house," Mrs McQualter said.
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