Ms Biondi said Mosman Council had to approve the home being moved from its original site before specialist contractors were called in to prepare it for relocation.
“The team who facilitated the move have a list of people looking to purchase second hand homes for vacant land,” she said.
“I was put in touch with a lovely couple from Mudgee who travelled to Mosman to see my home and it was love at first sight.
“They will be wonderful custodians and plan to give her a new lease of life in a beautiful part of Australia.”
22 Milner St was moved to its new location at 10:30pm on Tuesday night.
New owners Jennie Lang and Andrew Fenton told Mosman Collective they feel blessed to have the immaculate Victorian cottage on their farm at Frog Rock, 296 kilometres west of Mosman.
“Being able to transition an urban home to a rural farm is an absolute privilege,” Jennie said.
“There is something magical about the house and it feels like it was meant to be ours.
The new owners will add an extension to the back of the property in the coming months.
“I would encourage people to think about recycling homes instead of knocking them down, it’s possible for these precious pieces of history to provide joy to new families in different parts of Australia.”
Jennie said moving the home from Mosman to Mudgee cost around $140,000.
“That included all prep work, transportation, unloading and the installation of new piers,” Jennie said.
“Knowing that we have preserved some history – even though the home is not heritage listed – is a good feeling.
“It is a cheerful and happy house with a certain warmth that’s hard to explain – we feel she is delighted in her new surrounds.”