Nestled in its own piece of paradise, this stately home is a hidden gem.
Set on 8 acres of diverse terrain, this hidden paradise with outstanding ocean views from Cape Otway to Johanna offers the best of all worlds.
From beautiful rainforest to explore in your own private gully, to lush rolling green hills, mystical orchards to storey book gardens, this magnificent property is a wonderland for everyone, big and small.
The house, the land and its potential are impressive; originally the National Bank of Australasia and built in 1903, the home remains in great condition.
Boasting four spacious bedrooms with an added loft in the master, the home is ideal for any family allowing plenty of space to spread out.
A large kitchen and dining room extension, cellar and a beautiful stone wall feature add to the already magical feel of the property.
Large north-east facing feature windows in the master bedroom frame the stunning views of the gardens, while letting in plenty of natural light.
The property has a large 21m x 12m shed large enough to operate a crane, and some.
The original shed/double garage at 12m x 12m is also a fantastic size with plenty of room for wood storage and includes a well sized enclosed workshop.
With a water tank capacity of 117,000 litres [over 30,000 gallons] watering a large established vegetable garden, 3m x 10m glasshouse and supplying stock troughs; the owner has never run out of water in all 50 years of living there.
A permanent spring on the property has also never run dry and the pond is serviced by underground power and plumbing if ever required.
Set out on Permaculture principles; countless species of beautiful trees spread around the property create layers of intrigue.
With an array of fruit and nut trees, including chestnuts, walnuts, avocados, apples, pears, hazelnuts and kiwi vines; this property is an absolute haven for anyone with an appreciation for nature and good food.
Highlight Feature: Fireplace(s), Workshop, Shed, Water tank
Land Area: 8 acr
Parking: 4 cars