Nana Glen is a celebrity landing place you’ve probably never heard of.
There’s no profile for the A-list enclave of Bryon Bay (home of the Hemsworth family), but a listing in the North Coast hamlet near Coffs Harbour suggests a possible Hollywood encounter.
Nana Glenn has been a place away from Los Angeles and film studios for Oscar-winner Russell Crowe.
The property, which is on the market for $2.3 million, is called Wild Guy Station and includes a five-bedroom main house and one- and two-bedroom rentals “close to Hollywood celebrity properties.” is included.
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Crow, Star LA Confidential, Les Miserables, Gladiator When poker faceowns a 400-hectare ranch in Nanaglen.
He rejuvenated the property three years ago after the 2019 New South Wales wildfires ravaged the area, causing devastating damage to his and neighboring properties.
Crowe stayed in Australia, missing out on that year’s Golden Globes, and joined his community in fighting the fires and cleaning up.
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The property for sale is a 115-hectare off-grid property adjacent to a national park, surrounded by world-class boardwalks, surrounded by ‘crystal clear’ creeks and swimming holes.
The idyllic expanse includes a fenced orchard, chicken coop, and three train cars that can be converted into additional accommodation.
“This is a very rare property that can accommodate multiple families and deliver immediate ROI across a vast range of existing tenants, RVs, camping opportunities and further business development,” the listing states. It has been.
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Nana Glen Village, home to a school, winery and general store, is about a 5-minute drive and 25 kilometers west of Coffs Harbour, in the lush Olala Valley.
Scenic drives and bike touring are popular pastimes for travelers, taking advantage of the city’s and surrounding areas’ rich nature reserves and ecosystems.