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Heritage estate Lidsdale House hits the market with a $2.5 million price guide | Lithgow Mercury

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THINKING of living large? Fifty acres, nine bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms could all be yours. A 1920 heritage estate known as Lidsdale House, originally Neubeck House, has hit the market with a price guide of $2.5 million. The property situated at 1384 Castlereagh Highway in Lidsdale, is currently owned by Centennial Coal and used as headquarters and commercial offices but could present endless opportunities for the next buyer. The property is being marketed for sale via an Expressions of Interest campaign through Deborah Cullen of Cullen Royle and LJ Hooker Lithgow’s Jamie Giokaris. “While it has been used as an office, there is so much potential for other uses, and we expect a range of buyers to be…



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