Melanie Sunderland

Rural Sales Associate

About Melanie

Melanie has strong ties to rural property in the Hunter Valley having spent many years within the thoroughbred industry. Primarily having focused on a career in the marketing and public relations.

Melanie brings to the team at Bailey an enthusiasm for delivering a client experience above and beyond expectation. Having lived in Scone, Denman, Gresford and now Singleton, Melanie has a broad knowledge of the area and has made many connections along the way. As a keen competitor in equestrian sport, Melanie understands the importance that rural property has to those who value it as their home, workplace and sanctuary to enjoy.

Melanie's Properties

4 Wambo Street
Jerrys Plains

312 land 7814 m2

Perfect for the equine enthusiast, this fantastic small acreage is located on the edge of Jerrys Plains township and is the...

Auction 15th June 6:00pm Price Guide | $660,000

205 Dights Crossing Road

416 land 26.6 Acres

Loved by the same family for several generations and named after the tiny French village in the north of France, "Noreuil"...

Auction 16th June 6:00pm $1,350,000 - $1,450,000

87 John Street

land 339 m2

• Approximately 339m2 with frontage to Singleton's main street, John Street.
• Rear lane access to Laurel Lane.
• Positioned...

For Sale Price Guide | $370,000 - $400,000

35 Retreat Road

422 land 2.73 Acres

This fantastic small acreage in the sort after location of The Retreat on 2.73 Acres (1.105HA) features a well presented...


6 Horseshoe Road

426 land 264 Acres

Designed by the current owners and built by Freedom Homes in 2005, this warm & comfortable 4 bedroom family home is tucked...

Auction 5th May 6:00pm

2/318 Dights Crossing Road

land 40 Hectares

Offering views of the Hunter River and surrounding farmland, this 100 acre rural holding is conveniently situated under 10...

Auction 28th April 6:00pm

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