Paradise is one of Cowra's most historic homes. Built in 1883 Paradise was commissioned by Peter Murray who paid two stone masons from Scotland 450 pounds to help build this magnificent home.
It has a rich history and commands views across the Lachlan Valley and is located between Cowra town centre and The Japanese Gardens. This rather deceptive home is over three storeys that comprises a large living room, massive drawing room, kitchen, five bedrooms, bathroom, external shower room and laundry with substantial grounds and plenty of off street parking.
A house for all seasons it is ideal for that country weekend getaway or family gathering. Furthermore one of the main attributes of Paradise is its sheer size that offers an ideal place for large scale functions, weddings, christenings and funerals. It offers an ideal meeting point where people can be together in one place.
Barbeque Carpark Family Friendly Laundry Non Smoking Open Fireplace Outdoor Dining Area Outdoor Furniture
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