Premier mountain top position gem set on 3 acres in prime Golden Mile location
A quintessential Mt Macedon Garden of Eden featuring a very homely 1920s era, 2 living rooms, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, wood and electric heating, weatherboard residence, beautifully nestled and secluded within an exceptionally colourful all seasons garden high on the mountain and with Willimigongong Creek as rear boundary.
The gardens of Moorak are undeniably a garden lovers dream and include one of the best and brightest collections of rhododendrons, plus a huge array of mature exotic trees and shrubs to give never-ending surprise and joy to the most passionate plants person.
There is a separate double garage, including workshop and another studio/workshop for the avid gardener or hobbyist requiring their own personal space.
Within short drive to the Mount Macedon Hotel and Trading Post Café, this prime location along the Golden Mile will appeal to many.
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