Built in the 1888 this elegant homestead was once home to a wealthy local wool merchant, William Waddell and his wife Emma Davis. Mrs Waddell was originally from the Molong area and the house received its name from the nearby Mt Nangar.
Stay in this wonderful remnant of Bathurst's local history minutes from the centre of town, local cafes, University and Mount Panorama. Situated on the Mid Western Highway it is an excellent base for exploring local attractions such as Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Historic Homes of Miss Trail and former Prime Minister Ben Chifley plus the Bathurst Sheep & Cattle Drome.
Nangar offers 3 large bedrooms with luxury linen. The eat-in kitchen is fully equipped with stainless steel appliances, laundry with washing machine and dryer. Comfortable living area includes flat screen TV. Open fireplace in main bedroom, heating throughout and bathroom with separate toilet. This is a non-smoking property and off street parking is available.
At present we are in the process of lovingly restoring Nangar. As you can imagine a property of this size and age is very much a work in progress. We have priced the accommodation accordingly during this time and are utilising the funds gained from holiday rental of the property to complete the restoration work and thank you for your contribution should you choose to stay at Nangar.