Rock View Park is a unique lifestyle property situated on the sunny northern side of beautiful Mount Macedon. Set amid 17 acres of carefully managed and pristine mountain landscape this property consists of 2 unique dwellings and offers stunning views of the surrounding district including infamous Hanging rock, the cobaw ranges, mount Alexander and beyond.
The main dwelling has been hand crafted from local rock and mud brick and comprises two/three bedrooms and two bathrooms as well as two spacious living spaces and a practical kitchen with Rayburn wood stove. Heating is via a solid fuel heater and open fire place and the home has 25cm thick walls throughout. Power is underground and the property is well serviced by large water tanks and an excellent bore which provides crystal clear mountain drinking water.
With inspiration drawn from its incredible views and native surrounds, the second dwelling offers a range of opportunities whether as an artist or yoga studio, summer house, bed and breakfast or dependant relative dwelling. It consists of an octagonal Yurt inspired structure, open plan with bathroom, kitchen and bedroom spaces on its perimeter, buffed concrete floor and heating via an ornamental pot belly stove. Previously permitted as a licensed reception centre, it could also be permitted as a licensed restaurant (STCA)
Surrounded by walking trails, Rock view park is also within walking distance to Braemar college and is only a very short drive to Woodend and Mount Macedon village centres and offers easy access to Melbourne via Calder Hwy.
This property presents as a beautiful mountain retreat with total privacy in a serene setting.
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