Buying Real Estate in the Southern Highlands

 

Considering moving to the Southern Highlands?

 

The Southern Highlands is an idyllic place to live for any age group, be it young families looking for a rural lifestyle, or more mature families looking for a life less stressful than in the city.

It is home to the towns of Bowral, Mittagong and Moss Vale, with  beautiful villages just a short drive.  Some of the villages are Sutton Forest, Exeter, Burrawang, Berrima and Bundanoon.

Bowral is well known for its wonderful Tulip Festival where the tulips and other flowers such as pansies will clap their hands and wave with delight to see you. The Food and Wine Festival is very popular along with the Bowral Classic Road Cycling charity event which brings hundreds of riders each year.

Bowral is famous for independent strip shopping and many fine restaurants or very casual coffee houses.  The famous Bradman Oval and International Cricket Hall of Fame is a must to visit . Bradman Oval with its white picket fence offers you the opportunity to watch cricket from the soft green grass, bring a picnic. 

Just a short drive through lush country side dotted with vineyards is Bundanoon well known for “Brigadoon” in April. Stop on the way at Sutton Forest and visit Red Cow Farm which is one of the most beautiful gardens in New South Wales, then on to Exeter village general store and cafe for a coffee or lunch. 

The Southern Highlands is under a 2 hour drive from Sydney, but still has a country feel. It offers excellent schools, cafes, fine dining, galleries and the opportunity to live permanently or to purchase a holiday home. Let’s not forget the many beautiful golf courses in the area.

Living the dream on acreage or just a larger property in town is within reach in the Highlands. 

The median price for a home in Bowral is $926,411. The principal of TBAS® Buyers Agents Southern Highlands, Julie Bennett has 30 years experience as an award winning licensed agent and can advise you on the best properties to buy.

 

julie@tbas.livewww.tbas.live/southernhighlands

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