Expressions of Interest
- Property ID: 1091
- Post Updated: 2020-07-20 02:43:29
- Region: Macedon Ranges
- Price Category: $3.5M - present all offers
- Cellar Door: Potential for a Cellar Door
- Accommodation: Luxury Accommodation
- Restaurant: B&B and events catering
A stunning 41 hectare, 104 acre property situated near fashionable Kyneton and 90 minutes from Melbourne in the Macedon Ranges, Victoria.
The property has 2 residential properties, Lauriston Lodge is a purpose built accommodation venue and provides 5 luxury en suite guest rooms, large reception room with marble fireplace, dining room, commercial kitchen with Scotch oven, semi commerical laundry, Owner / Managers appartment, outdoor entertaining and landscaped grounds.
The Cottage is a restored farm cottage and is let as self catering accommodation. It has 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom and is fully furnished cottage with an airconditioned modern kitchen and historical features including fireplaces, original copper, original wood burning stove and oven, chimneys made from Lauriston bricks.
The Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard was planted in 2016 and 2020 will be the first vintage. The vineyard runs along the eastern slope of the valley. The 2000 vines are trickle irrigated using an automated system, utilising 2 different water sources.
The property has 350 tree Olive Grove in a fenced paddock with additional planting areas. Hazelnuts with truffle inoculation x 4, juniper, mulberry, elderflower, ash and 200 black wattle trees with underground automatic timer controlled irrigation installed.
The market garden area has 2 polytunnels, vegetable, herb and berry gardens, almonds, figs and quince planed in 2016.
A second mature orchard of heritage pears, apples and stone fruit.
The Farm consists of the remaining part of the property – 39 hectares/approx.100 acres consisting of 7 fully fenced paddocks linked by fenced laneway and gates including gates to the forest and hay fields. 4 paddocks ranging from .25 hectare to 2 hectares each with goat shelters. 1 large 8 hectare paddock that encompasses the two dams and is overlooked by the Lodge. Stock watering is available in all fields. Currently grazed by Suffolk sheep and British Alpine dairy goats.
The owners are looking to retire.