A historic Bathurst property has sold for over $2 million, making it the fifth property sold for over $1 million in recent months by the same agency.
'Alloway Bank', situated on Eleven Mile Drive, has been on the market for years and been listed with multitple agencies in that time.
Century 21 Bathurst acquired the property three months ago and just sold it for $2.15 million.
Real estate agent Tom Clyburn, who marketed and sold the property on his own, said the sale all came down to good targeted marketing.
"We just really didn't leave any stone unturned. We did all kinds of marketing on it," he said.
During the three months, Alloway Bank garnered a lot of interest and prospective buyers had it in mind for a lot of reasons, including to use as a wedding venue.
"We had international buyers come in and look at it, had people fly in from Queensland and a lot of interest from Sydney," Mr Clyburn said.
Eventually, it was sold to a family from Bondi Junction in Sydney, who plan to live in it themselves.
"They're just in love with the history," Mr Clyburn said.
Alloway Bank was built in 1829 by Captain John Piper, a former Naval Officer of Port Jackson.
The grand house includes 22 rooms, six of which are currently used as bedrooms, and several cottages within the grounds.
While parts of the historic property have been updated over the years by the owner, many of the original features remain.
These include the stable complex with carriage house, tack room, 14 stalls, cobblestone floors and hay racks built in 1827 with mud mortar and pegged joinery.
The property also has uninterrupted views towards Mount Panorama and Oberon.
Mr Clyburn said that the vendor was "over the moon" with the sale price that was achieved, saying it was "above expectations".
After finalising the sale for Alloway Bank, Century 21 can now say it has sold five properties for over $1 million in the last 12 weeks.
The homes were located all over Bathurst, including a second one on Eleven Mile Drive, in Blue Ridge Estate and at Robin Hill.
Mr Clyburn said that there has been an increase in buyers looking in the higher price brackets recently and Century 21's marketing method has managed to capture their attention.
Without giving too much away, he said, "We're really thinking outside of the box and realise that with homes of this calibre we need to do things differently."
Mr Clyburn has also just been named the top Century 21 agent in Australia for the first quarter of 2019 for his number of sales.