Originally the settlement and site of the historic Couangalt Post office, this glorious 15 acres (6.07ha) approx. is opposite the Gisborne South Pony/ Adult Riding Club. 40 minutes to Melbourne CBD and 30 minutes to Melbourne International Airport, makes a great tree change for Melburnians. The solid limestone family home which replaced the original homestead is set in an established garden with mature trees. The 4-bedroom main residence with modern, recently renovated ensuite offers character with its architecturally designed 1970 Mt Gambier limestone blocks on a ridge of solid natural bluestone. The enviable bluestone underground cellar is a testament to its firm foundations. OFP plus Cheminee Philippe and timber features enhances its charm. The 100-year-old barn circa 1920 with fully lined loft, wood heater, bathroom and toilet, plus 2 accommodation cottages are enclosed by an expansive courtyard surrounded by mature established majestic English Oak and Pine trees. For the sports enthusiast there is a tennis court & swimming pool. Highlights are a creek frontage, 3 dams and a location that is very sought after. Couangalt, with its total of 7 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, offers a rustic atmosphere, healthy country air and a part of our Australian History. There's nothing like this, so be quick.
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