CATHLAW c1919 - A Landmark at the foot of Mount Macedon
A renowned property with rare distinction & heritage significance with possible expansion of the Gisborne township boundary make this the perfect lifestyle property with future development potential. The residence opening to classic verandas and a large sunny private garden all within a position perfect on a large parcel of 31.5 acres(12.76ha) introduced by an original avenue of Oaks. Built by locally renowned Cherry Bros the house is a unique Indian bungalow style design, the substantial property is lovingly maintained and combines modern essentials with the grace and charm of a bygone era. Offering a dream opportunity for a majestic family home, it now includes 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, Central lounge/living/dining separate kitchen meals. Featuring stained timber panelling, 5 feature fireplaces, splendid joinery and separate self-contained 2-bedroom cottage a distance away from the main residence. North-south lawn tennis court, established vegetable garden, home paddock with stable, 4 car garage, extensive outbuildings, it's one of a kind!
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