Sit back and take in the stunning views over the Hesket valley to Hanging Rock, the Cobaws and The Jim Jim. Nestled into a private bush setting on the northern slope of the mountain this oasis known as Grangehill is only minutes from Woodend and an easy one hour drive to Melbourne CBD. Braemar College Mount Macedon campus is only a short walk from home and the lifestyle is abundant and peaceful.
The main residence has a distinct mid-century feel, over two levels with a spiral staircase between, featuring four/five bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen/dining and two relaxing living spaces, one is currently set up as a music room and makes a very peaceful space and the other takes in the sensational view. Downstairs there is a retreat/studio space with bedroom/bathroom and kitchenette, an ideal set up for guests/teenagers or to work from home in a self-contained studio space.
The grounds feature a games room, petanque/bocce court and lovely terraced grassed areas.
Grangehill is a tree change opportunity like no other.
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