Bush to bliss suburban serenity

Bush to bliss suburban serenity

When Tony Rose and his family moved to Daisy Hill from out west, he was far from excited about the close proximity of suburban homes.

“When we moved from the bush, we were on a few hundred acres, there was no way that I could have listened to the neighbours watching the telly next door while I’m trying to eat my dinner,” Mr Rose said.

But when he saw 21 Lilac Street, his worries calmed.

“You can be here and because you’ve got all the bush in the back, it’s like you’re out in the middle of nowhere,” he said.

“It’s been an amazing place to come and have a bit of a change of lifestyle.”

Mr Rose bought the six-bedroom, three-bathroom home in 2019.

The property spans almost 2500sqm, with eight car spaces and multiple living areas, making it perfect for “multigenerational families”.

“My mum would come and stay with us a lot over the last five-odd years we’ve been here, and when comes up she stays in one of the rooms downstairs which has a spare bathroom, so she could do her own thing.”

Mr Rose said it has everything “you could possibly need”, with potential for more.

“We’ve had up to 20 people staying there at night,” he said.

“You can have 10 people down the media room watching a movie while everyone else is out the back cooking a feed at the pizza oven.

“You can have multiple people here doing multiple things, and you’re not in anyone’s way.”

Out the back is an undercover entertaining area, a spa bath, a greenhouse, and multiple undercover carports.

One of the carports currently houses a workshop.

Mr Rose and his family are moving to Tasmania to escape the heat.

“I’m originally from New Zealand, and I hate the summer,” he said.


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