For those whose MCM fantasies inhabit the rare but not impossible dreamscape of pastoral gentility and all the fob chains, checked shirts and R.M. Williams that entails – cast your eye over this beauty. Though so much of the rural Australia is fighting a desperate battle with drought or flood, it seems to have completely bypassed this patch of sun-dappled hectares – a paradise of lush paddocks, scenic hills, sweeping lawn and one of the more extraordinary late Modern (c.1979) homesteads in recent memory. First time for sale, designed by Newcastle architect Steve Busteed this duel-winged, brick, timber and cork floored beauty is in immaculate condition. And after all is said and done, there really is nothing better to pass the time on a Sunday evening than to click away and enjoy the latest instalment of country high – stylin’. Enjoy.