Leumeah ‘medieval’ castle listed for auction

leumeah castle | Medieval ArchivesThe article earlier this week about the Leumeah castle stated that Ron Farmer is selling his medieval castle in New South Wales, Australia. Now we have a location and asking price. (Prices below are listed in Australian Dollars) If you are looking to relocate to Australia you might think about buying the Leumeah castle.

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Buyers looking for something a little different can now get their hands on their own replica medieval castle.

The three-bedroom property at 4 Dowling Street, Leumeah, NSW is for sale for the first time in its 30-year history.

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The property will be auctioned off and listing agent Anne-Marie Johns, Leumeah United First National, says it is difficult to predict what it will sell for “because it has never been on the market.”

Other three-bedroom properties in Leumeah have sold for between $305,000 and $362,500 and the suburb’s median house price is $330,000.

According to RP Data, the highest sale price in Leumeah was $580,000 for a five-bedroom house, in March this year. The previous record was $550,000 for a four-bedroom house in 2004.



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