Moora (circa 1867) where classic meets contemporary
Steeped in local history and surrounded by drystone walls, this stunning landmark property is set on 57 acres of arguably the best grazing land in the area. The original bluestone residence has been updated to the highest of standards and radiates character and charm throughout the three bedrooms, formal living room, library, central sitting room, and home office/studio with separate entry. The classic wrap around verandah, French doors and high timber ceilings are just some of the many heritage features of this beautiful home.
The extension off the original residence combines rammed earth sustainability with contemporary and thoughtful architectural design. The galley kitchen with European appliances runs off the light-filled spacious central room, which incorporates the dining and sitting area. Elevated ceilings and floor to ceiling windows provide sweeping views to the drystone walls and gently undulating hills. Off the breezeway entrance is the large master bedroom with ensuite, WIR and sitting area.
The western aspect of the house has a gorgeous terrace lined with ornamental grapevines, providing the perfect place to take in the magical surrounds while entertaining family and friends.
The well-established and maintained grounds include a rose garden; a maturing truffle orchard; a fruit orchard with quinces, stone fruits, pomegranates, figs, pears and apples; a vegetable garden and chicken coop.
This compact rural holding comprises 11 separate paddocks with water supply and electric fencing; three dams, two water tanks and a bore; shearing and hay sheds; sheep and cattle yards; and garage with double car parking and additional bedroom/studio and bathroom.
Other features include 12kw solar, double glazing throughout, wood-fired hydronic heating in the extension, and combustion wood heating and OFP in the original residence.
This unique historical property showcases the best of new and the charm of old, fully maintained, and ready to make your own. Easy access to the Calder Freeway and only 40 minutes from Melbourne CBD.
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