A Grand Sandstone Mansion

8 BEDS | 383 hectares

A Meticulous Restoration

Completed in the 1840s making her one of the grand old dames of Australian country residences, Fernhill’s heritage-listed Greek Revival homestead is set high on the hill with sweeping valley views and not another house for miles.

Built from stone quarried on the property, the lovingly restored eight-bedroom mansion is graced with immense proportions and revived details typical of the era such as elaborate ceilings, hardwood floors and French doors. Host dinners in the 16-seater dining room, throw lavish parties in the stately ballroom, retreat to the sandstone wine room or relax on the classic porch.

Rural opulence

Ultimate Convenience

The Best of Both Worlds

Fernhill lies within commuting distance of the CBD while enjoying all of the space and privacy of rural living, with no shortage of things to do. Guests can explore the majestic nearby Blue Mountains, thrillseekers can enjoy a host of adventure activities whilst keen shoppers can amble through the boutique shops in the local towns.

Guests can hire mountain bikes and hit the bush tracks or fishing rods and canoes and spend a lazy day at the lake. Local bushwalks will see you encounter all manner of interesting flora and fauna.

Manager's Cottage & Groom's Quarters

Multiple accommodation options

Two additional accommodation options substantially enhance the appeal and versatility of the property. Nestled amid the grounds, the award-winning sandstone manager's cottage provides generous space for an onsite caretaker or guests. The four-bedroom home features open-plan entertaining, a formal lounge room, a wraparound deck and an inviting private garden.

Set apart from the main homestead, the groom’s quarters provides a romantic environment for a couple’s getaway. The charming 1812 sandstone cottage features a queen-sized bedroom, a kitchenette, a lounge room with a sandstone fireplace and a private porch where you can put your feet up outdoors.