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Historic property with incredible views of Australia's east coast hits the market - and it's right next to one of Sydney's most iconic landmarks

A historical treasure has hit the Sydney property market, offering buyers a 'once in a lifetime opportunity' sale with incredible views across Australia's east coast. 

The luxurious cliff-side home sprawls across 2600 square metres along Vaucluse's coast line and comes complete with working stables, an outdoor spa and an aviary. 

Originally built in 1881 by the colonial architect of NSW, James Barnett, the property served as the residence for the keeper of Macquarie Lighthouse - the first and longest serving lighthouse site in Australia.