An incredible piece of Penrith’s past is on the market.
Steeped in local history and character, this 19th century heritage home in Regentville is a unique find, just a stone’s throw away from the Nepean River.
Known as the Regentville Workers Terrace, it is located at 1-5 Bundarra Road, Regentville.
Constructed in the 1840s, the sandstone home is one of a kind.
Originally built as row housing for the workers of a woollen mill, the home was part of Sir John Jamison’s enterprising Regentville Estate, and later converted into a single dwelling in the 1930s.
“This is the last standing evidence of a previous extensive riverside industrial development of yesteryear,” Starr Partners Glenmore Park Senior Sales Consultant Josh Cassells said.
The 2,880m2 property is set atop four lots with the possibility of also purchasing number seven next door which will also be offered up for sale.
“You could walk away with over 3,500m2 of land, located just 200m from the Nepean River and 500m from the East Bank dining precinct,” Mr Cassells said.
Mr Cassells said the property was ideal for someone either looking to own one of the most unique homes in Penrith or someone looking for an ideal place to turn into a bed and breakfast.
“The possibilities are plentiful,” he said.
The three bedroom, one bathroom and three car space property goes under the hammer on Saturday, August 29.
For more information or to book a property inspection call 4724 6600.
A graduate of Western Sydney University, Nicola Barton is a news journalist with the Western Weekender, primarily covering crime and politics.